I’m not actually a mad bomber but I am a Trump supporter and, for several years, I drove a white van which is a great way to roll by my estimation and should be lauded - not insulted. Easing into the captain’s seat of your van is like leaning back in an Archie Bunker wingback where you can watch the world pass by from the comfort of your living room which is exactly what a proper Van is but with wheels. Mine was an F-150 conversion with a fold down bed in the back and awesome sound system, TV and PS2 game console + blinds and curtains to afford privacy from the outside insanity of the open road. A Shagg’n Wagon ain’t for everybody, but for those who’ve navigated America’s highways and byways in the spacious comfort of a portable living room there really is no going back to the claustrophobic mobile coffin of an Acura, Torus or (even) a BMW. So it might be partisan pigheadedness or just a brotherhood of the road but I’m still not buying this crazy bomber Cesar Sayoc story which looks to me, for all the world, like a classic psych-ops play from the IC manual in Langley. I know it’s just my gut, but something doesn’t smell right about it and I refuse to even put in my mouth much less swallow.
Too many “whys” with no good answers like:
- Why now? 2 weeks out from the mid-terms and Cesar starts sending bombs? Really? Some of these motherfuckers deserve to have been blown up years ago so why now?
- How could a man be so meticulous in adorning his van be so incompetent in making bombs?
- Why do we even know about these bombs in the first place? Who’s leaking the info about the bombs and why are they doing it? A lot of information was splashed on TV screens (photos of the bombs, packaging, etc.) considering the fact that it was an ongoing investigation which is unusual, right?
I didn't forget. And when "Michael Moore Reveals Video of Bomb Suspect Amid Angry Crowd at Trump Rally" I remember all over again. Michael Moore, the sebaceous troll who's always sporting a Mich. State Spartans cap, just happened to find footage of Cesar the MAGABomber on his 1000 hours of B Roll stored in some digital landfill in his office. Call me a skeptic if you must but I'd rather be skeptical than stupid.
In his Instagram post, Moore explained he sent a crew that included producer Basel Hamden and longtime collaborator Eric Weinrib to the rally, which took place in the month following Trump's inauguration, not to film Trump himself but to capture footage of the crowds he attracts in order to understand "our fellow Americans, lost souls full of anger and possible violence, easily fed a pile of lies so large and toxic that we wondered if there would ever be a chance that we could bring them back from the Dark Side.”
Ah yes, the "pile of lies" grows larger by the hour - but who is to "bring us back from the Dark Side" if we must rely on even bigger liars than the liars that are lying to us already?