An excellent post at The Conservative Treehouse recalls to mind how many viewed the Cesar Sayoc “domestic terrorist bombing” affair as a potential false flag.
From the post:
Everything about last year’s headline story just two-weeks before the mid-term election was weird; including the refusal of the FBI to state what ‘specifically’ was the material suspect Cesar Sayoc was accused of using to create his Acme-looking pipe bombs. [Full Indictment Here]
You might remember: FBI Director Christopher Wray outlined during his remarks that the devices consisted of PVC pipe, clocks, batteries, wiring and “energetic material that can become combustible when subjected to heat or friction”.
The FBI director went out of his way to state: “these were not hoax devices.”
We also were skeptical. When things don’t add up, they don’t add up, and enquiring minds want to know why not.
As Judge Judy Scheindlin often astutely states,
If it doesn’t make sense; it’s not true.
Wouldn’t you love to have Judge Judy adjudicating Sayoc’s case?
We were immediately skeptical. It behooves everyone to recap the Sayoc affair, in light of the most recent progressive (false flag) hoax: The Jussie Smollett affair.
- The immediate attempt by the alt-left, progressives, Democrats, the media and even some of the alleged targets (Soros, e.g.) to blame President Trump for the incident(s).
- That it happened only two weeks before the critical mid-term election, not to mention how deliveries were spread out over time to keep fresh incidents in the news until the elections.
- The list of alleged targets: A veritable who’s who of the anti-President-Trump “resistance,” including CNN’s Jeff Zucker, George Soros, the Clintons, the Obamas, John Brennan, James Clapper, Kamala Harris, among others.
- How it’s questionable whether the packages were actually mailed: insufficient postage, stamps not canceled, no bar codes, packages not labeled with weight, for example.
- Obviously nonfunctional devices. If a false flag, then perpetrator(s) wouldn’t really want anyone on the list to be hurt.
- Devices were subsequently referred to by the government as IEDs (when perhaps they were actually sulfur-powered LED clocks).
- Deceptive photos that made the “devices” appear much larger than they actually were.
- The obvious Hansel-and-Gretel-like “bread crumbs” lending false credence to the contention that Sayoc was inspired by Trump’s rhetoric and other alt-right deplorables (e.g., note the “parody” ISIS flag, use of Larry the Cable Guy’s slogan, Sayoc’s ridiculously “pristine” photo-and-slogan-wrapped van, that conveniently plays into virtually every anti-Trump narrative and meme imaginable–a vehicle that someone just happened to consider so curious that he or she took multiple photos of it before the event, for the media’s use. A vehicle that was ostentatiously in public view but was never vandalized, unlike most vehicles sporting only a Trump bumper sticker.)
- The alleged Trump-supporting alt-right perpetrator, Sayoc, who was historically a Democrat, according to this researcher.
- Cesar Sayoc (a play on psyop?) isn’t his name. His true name is Cesar Altieri Randazzo, or some combination, according to the same researcher. Sayoc’s true ethnicity is also in question.
- The many photos showing Sayoc at Trump events that seem obviously photoshopped, again according to the same researcher.
- The anti-Trump Southern District of New York (where James Comey’s daughter works) handling the prosecution of Sayoc (unfortunately, not Judge Judy).
- As with most of the usual suspects in potential false flag events, Sayoc pleads guilty instead of having a trial where evidence is put to the test and where discovery and transparency occur. (Interestingly enough, Sayoc is now going back on aspects of his guilty plea, by claiming that the “bombs” were never intended to harm anyone and he knew it when he sent them, even though he previously told the judge otherwise, because his lawyer told him to.)
- Sayoc’s history of steroid abuse and financial difficulties, including bankruptcy, and the fact that he suddenly registered as a Republican in 2016, after having previously been a Democrat, as multiple screenshots show.
- The MAGA hat. (Just like with Jussie Smollett. Just like with other fake hate incidents that turn out to be hoaxes designed to smear President Trump and his supporters and turn Trump’s slogan into a “dog whistle” for hatred and political violence.)
- Sayoc’s long arrest record, despite which he mysteriously was not in jail and so was free to commit these crime(s).
Surely there’s a lot more that’s curious about this affair that deserves notice.
If this was a false flag, as many suspect, is there more to it than just a desire by partisan persons unknown to influence the mid-term elections?
Or worse, could it have been an illegally run psyop, within this country, by government actors unknown, designed to help oust a president that the Deep State dislikes or fears?
Was this just another part of the insurance policy? If the players were ever exposed, would they claim “justification” based on a (false) “sincere” belief that the current president is a foreign agent? (See here for an explanation of what the Deep State may consider “justification” for any unconstitutional, illegal, or un-American activities.)