DOUGLASVILLE, GA – Given the shock and turmoil that followed former President Donald Trump’s time in the White House, the liberal left used the opportunity to spin a web of lies surrounding the people that supported him. Knowing they couldn’t defeat Trump, liberals settled with destroying the lives of the people who followed him.
And they did this by suggesting that a majority of Trump supporters were not only Nazi but were somehow part of the Ku Klux Klan. While the KKK has been extinct for some time, the town of Douglasville, Georgia recently saw a wave of racist letters threatening residents. Although the letters claim to have been from the KKK, investigators tracked down the author and were surprised when it was a black woman.
Authorities have been investigating the hateful letters since last December when the first one was found. On top of threatening residents, claiming only white people deserved to live in the town, the letter suggested the writer was a six-foot-tall white male with a long beard. It was also noted that he was an avid member of the Ku Klux Klan.
For 11 months, black families in an Atlanta suburb were terrorized w/letters from someone saying they're a white KKK member who will burn the houses & kill them. Following an extensive investigation, police charged Terresha Lucas, a black woman. #HateHoax https://t.co/eCpOLefnoJ
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) October 1, 2021
Being placed on the case, detectives Andre Futch and Nathan Shumaker said they were able to track down the person behind the letters due to handwriting analysis, doorbell patterns, and good old-fashioned police work. The detectives added that the letters have been circulating among residents from December to March. They did cease for several months but were received once again in September.
With the latest round of letters, the detectives were able to obtain new evidence that ultimately led to a search warrant. That warrant would lead detectives to Terresha Lucas, who is neither white nor a member of the KKK.
Expecting Lucas to turn herself in, it should be noted that she faces eight counts of communicating terroristic threats to members within the community. If Lucas is found guilty of her crimes, she will be the latest person to have tried to convince the American people that racism is still alive in America. While recently, Lucas’ attempts don’t compare to those of actor Jussie Smollett, who tried to convince police and the country he was the victim of a racist attack.