Veteran’s house set ablaze, vandalized with “F-Trump, cracker, not my prez”


Police are investigating a suspicions fire at a home in central Florida after it was realized the home was vandalized.

Matthew Smith, a Navy veteran, was visiting family when he received a phone on Tuesday call from his neighbor, who notified him his home was on fire.

When Smith returned to his home in Plant City, he found racist, anti-trump messages spray painted across the charred walls.

He said the words “F-Trump, cracker, not my prez, and F-yo kids” were spray painted on the walls.

According to ABC, the fire was started when Smith’s eight-year-old daughter’s bed was set on fire.

The State Fire Marshal is investigating the suspicious fire as a possible arson case.

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