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And I also expect that the Lone Fruitcake isn't too disappointed that he was caught, because he can now make some sort of media-wide attention getting statement.
Who is Cesar Sayoc ?
A photograph on Sayoc’s Facebook page – his profile has since been taken down – showed him wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat. He is standing in front of what appears to be a vehicle with a picture of Donald Trump on it. A video posted to the page shows Sayoc at a Trump rally in Florida in October 2016.
Sayoc posted several ph
otos of himself wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, and a video where he’s wearing the hat as Trump speaks at the October 2016 rally.
The images from the rally also include photos of Trump speaking and “Blacks for Trump” signs.
Memes he posted on his page include an image of Hillary Clinton - one of the bomb targets - labeled “hypocrite.” Other memes promote fringe conspiracy theories about Clinton, calling her a “serial killer” and accusing her and husband Bill Clinton of having people murdered.
There are images criticizing Islam as a “barbaric evil cult” and referring to Muslims as “paedophiles and rapists.”
There are other posts depicting refugees as terrorists, opposing gun control, and attacking former President Barack Obama,
who was targeted with a bomb.
Another photo posted on the account shows a sign reading “Thank you, Lord Jesus, for President Trump.”
Sayoc is a registered Republican.
Records show that he last voted on 8 November 2016 – the date of the presidential election.
Online presence shows anger at Trump critics
Cesar Sayoc worked as an exotic dancer and bouncer at several strip clubs, a cousin told NBC News.
The cousin called Sayoc a “loose cannon” and a “lost soul” and said he was estranged from his family.
“He’s been in the strip clubs since he was 22, that was his life,” the relative said.
“He was a male dancer and he wanted to be a wrestler.
He was taking steroids. He was all buffed up....He was built like a rock.”
originally posted by: TonyS
a reply to: Irishhaf
Just south florida or all of florida? Thinking of that night club shooting which I think, was in Orlando, i.e. north florida.
originally posted by: ghaleon12
a reply to: Tempter
So, before mentioning a possible false flag, shouldn't there be some intangibly small amount of evidence first at the very least?
Obviously it's "possible" that it wasn't a false flag, because it's actually probable that it wasn't a false flag.
originally posted by: Tempter
What do you think, ATS?
originally posted by: Breakthestreak
No thanks. I don’t think people are that stupid. Nobody will be voting democrat in the midterms.