Asking the obvious questions….

People who have seen Cesar Sayoc’s van up close say these pro-Trump stickers look brand new, like they haven’t been in place very long. The photo above seems to confirm that they were recently placed.

Here is another good one:

Cesar Sayoc

I’m a Trump supporter but I’d never put a pro-Trump sticker on my vehicle because I don’t want it vandalized. It surely would be. You can put liberal pro-socialist stickers on your car and nobody will bother it.

This should be the obvious analysis of the situation, as we know it right now:

Sayoc Accusation Doesn’t Pass The Smell Test

Something still doesn’t pass the smell test. In a moment of time where merely wearing a “MAGA” hat can get you fired, beat up, or merely harangued out of your favorite eatery, we are asked to believe that Cesar Altieri Sayoc was allowed to drive around safely in a van abundantly and meticulously adorned with pro-Trump stickers and a few depicting his personal animus toward the usual anti-Trump suspects, all of their colors vibrant, un-faded in the semitropical Florida sun.

The van was never overturned or torched wherever he parked or drove it. No tires were ever slashed, no windows were ever smashed in with a baseball bat. It was never even keyed. And there it was in pristine condition, undamaged and ready for its close-up before a media avid to blame President Trump for Sayoc’s actions.

Why would an ardent or, as the media will say, “unhinged” Trump supporter, watching, as the rest of us have, the so-called “blue wave” break up before it reaches shore amidst a roaring economy and widespread outrage over the treatment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the oncoming illegal alien caravan invasion, do something so idiotic, something that could only slow the Trump train and help Democrats blame “both sides” and Trump’s allegedly “toxic rhetoric”

I smell that same rat. It still looks like a false flag operation. The Democrats are known for things of that nature.

 

 

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