GOP PATSY ARRESTED FOR DEMOCRAT-STAGED FAKE BOMBS
We were wondering what the October Surprise would be. This is it.
Authorities have made an arrest in Florida regarding the string of mail bombs targeting Democrats that have been discovered over the last few days. The suspect has been identified as Cesar Sayoc, (aka Cesar Alieri or Cesar Altieri Randazzo), a man with an extensive felony record, including a 2002 bomb threat and other charges up to 2015, as well as a bankruptcy filing in 2012. It was reported that he registered Republican in 2016, however, a felony conviction would make him ineligible to vote. Multiple photos of his van plastered with pro-Trump political stickers and slogans are now making the rounds. I guarantee you however, that this was a setup hatched by Democrats to shore up their flagging support as we head to the elections now less than two weeks away.
The entire operation was just too obvious. Twelve bombs (and counting) were sent to some of the most prominent Democrats in the news today, timed to arrive within days of one another, at the height of election season where the story would dominate the news cycle. The sender made little effort to hide the suspicious nature of the packages. In fact, they screamed “examine me, I’m suspicious.” They were also made to appear crude and stupid. Many words were misspelled, but how does such a person then manage to coordinate the timing so well that multiple packages would show up within days of each other in New York, Florida and California?
Many bomb experts have concluded that, while the bombs have the components needed to meet the “bomb” definition, they couldn’t detonate and perhaps were deliberately made that way. The New York Times quoted other experts who said they looked “fake”:
Some bomb technicians who studied photos of the device that circulated on social media suggested that the bomb sent to CNN had hallmarks of fake explosives — the kind more typically depicted on television and in movies, rather than devices capable of detonating.
A digital clock was taped to the middle of the pipe, a feature that experts say is typically shown on fictional bombs in an attempt to ratchet up dramatic tension, but unnecessary in real life.
In fact, bombmakers generally avoid attaching visible clocks to their devices to keep from tipping off their targets about when the bombs are set to explode.
It was a foregone conclusion early on that whoever did this would be caught. He left just too much evidence. And his van literally screams “I am a rightwing nutjob.” It is brand spanking new. How could a poor, bankrupt guy allegedly living in his mother’s basement or in the van itself afford such a vehicle? The pro-Trump stickers are not stickers at all, but professionally-created, poster-sized collages designed to perfectly fit in each one of the van’s windows. And all the van’s windows are covered in them except the front driver’s side window and the windshield.
The reaction from Democrats was another tell. They were ready the minute the story hit – some even before it hit. John Brennan predicted that more bombs were coming because he hadn’t gotten one. The next day he did. When CNN received its bomb, instead of running for cover and calling authorities, they took photos of it. Alexander Soros was even able to get an OpEd printed in the New York Times the same day the Clinton/Obama bombs were found. How did he manage that without prior knowledge? READ MORE…