A large number of Americans are not sold on this fake pipe bomb story and are entertaining the idea that this was a false flag to benefit Democrats AND that Cesar Sayoc is simply a patsy.
If you are still trying to process the information and figure out what you believe, here are 5 things to consider:
1. The timing was suspicious
Could the Democrats have asked for a series of bomb scares at a better time?
I think not.
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Mid-term elections are just 9 days away as I write this. If this were a false flag, it was very well timed.
If it was not then you can not argue that the Democrats got lucky. This is a good time for a crazy Republican to be running around.
The GOP has very little time to react and play damage control.
Sorry. No data so far.
2. Look hard at this envelope…
This is the envelope sent to CNN for John Brennan. The perpetrator can’t spell Brennan, nor can he spell Florida, despite supposedly living there. I think the misspellings just add to the intended end correlation of Republicans being idiots.
I see it as just a little bonus psychological warfare for the American sheeple (those who won’t think for themselves). They want you and I to look at that envelope and draw the conclusion that Republicans are uneducated.
I think we are both smarter than that. But millions of people are not.
But the misspellings aren’t the biggest story here. There is no postmark. The media has not changed the narrative and still contends that the packages were mailed. So how does one mail a fake pipe bomb for $3.00 AND avoid having the package postmarked. Sayoc certainly didn’t hand deliver them all. He surely had some help.
According to Dr. Eowyn:
According to the New York Post, at least some of the parcels had passed through a USPS mail processing center in Opa-Locka, Florida. New York Times says: “Though investigators initially believed that some of the packages were delivered by hand or courier, they have now concluded that all 10 were likely sent through the mail, a person briefed on the matter said.”
Strangely, although the packages had gone through the US Postal Service (USPS), they do not have the USPS postmark, stamp cancellation lines, and barcode that must be applied BEFORE a letter or package is delivered to the addressee. (See USPS’s “How A Letter Travels“)
3. Sayoc’s social media accounts say he was a huge Trump supporter and that he attended Trump rallies, but…
First off, here is a picture of Sayoc at a Trump rally. Looks legitimate…
According to Paul Joseph Watson, “Despite his vehicle being festooned with pro-Trump stickers and him attending Trump rallies, so-called ‘MAGA bomber’ Cesar Sayoc doesn’t follow any Republicans or conservatives on Twitter, choosing instead to follow left-wing personalities like Lena Dunham, Jimmy Kimmel and Barack Obama.”
And guess what?
PJW did mention that he follows no Republicans or conservatives. He doesn’t even follow Donald Trump despite playing the part of a rabid Trump supporter. Does anyone else find that odd?
4. Is Sayoc really a Republican?
Despite being registered in Florida as a Republican (since 2016 in the screen shots I perused) there is some reason to doubt the authenticity and sincerity of his registration.
Look at this little tidbit…
That is his now-scrubbed bio on MyLife, which is a social reputation scoring site.
However, he was identifed on MyLife (https://www.mylife.com/cesar-sayoc/e750795670848) as 56 years old; born March 17, 1962; lives in Aventura, FL; previously lived in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Hollywood, FL, and Edison, N.J.; and his political party is Democrat, before MyLife scrubbed all information on Cesar Sayoc. Fortunately, some netizen had archived Cesar Sayoc’s MyLife profile here. (Source)
5. The van
If Donald Trump had a NASCAR Team this might be the exact paint scheme. How convenient that they would find this van with the decals in such pristine condition.
From Mike Adams:
The van wrap images look pristine, brand new, as if they’ve never even sat in the Florida sun. There isn’t a single sign of any of these images fading or peeling, and there are no signs of any vandalism carried out against the van. It’s obviously a staged prop. A fake.
It’s all another CIA-run psyop, in other words. And it’s painfully obvious to nearly everyone that this van has been decorated by a professional team for precisely this purpose:
Dr. Eowyn adds:
The only thing wrong with that picture is this: those stickers violate Florida driving laws. How did Sayoc get away with driving that van around Florida?
No person shall drive any motor vehicle with any sign, poster, or other non-transparent material upon the front windshield, sidewings, or side or rear windows of such vehicle which materially obstructs, obscures, or impairs the Driver’s clear view of the highway or any intersecting highway.
Exempts GPS devices or similar satellite receiver devices.
Indeed. In my town kids can’t even get away with “pimping their rides” by pushing the limits on window tint laws.
I doubt one of Florida’s finest would allow that van to pass by without a traffic stop.
What do you think?
Something smells fishy to me but I’m not one to often accept mainstream media narratives without questioning those narratives.
If you have anything to add by either supporting false flag claims or debunking them, please comment below.
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