By Douglas V. Gibbs
Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host

Right out the gate I wrote that I believe that the bombs being sent to Democrats recently was Fake News.  I believe that the whole operation was orchestrated, and funded, by the Democrat Party.  Then, a “pro-Trump” suspect emerged as the idiot behind the mail bombs, and the more we dig, the more we are realizing something smells rotten.  Even more so than before, I believe the Sayoc mail bombs story is nothing less than a Democrat Party coordinated October surprise born from leftist fears and desperation because despite what their pollsters are saying, the GOP is poised to not only keep the House of Representatives after the mid-term elections next week, but I believe the Republicans will actually increase their number of seats in both Houses of Congress.

The first flag to fly to add to my doubts about the Cesar Sayoc Fake Bomb Scare being an authentic event as it is being presented is the timing.  October surprise?  The timing alone wreaks of Democrat Party desperation as the hopes of a blue wave slip through their authoritarian fingers.

According to reports, most of the bombs were mailed to their targets.  But, the postage was not cancelled (or at least that is what we see on the package sent to CNN).  That means the U.S. Postal Service did not process the packages, or deliver them.  That means they were hand-delivered, which means Sayoc had help.  Could that help have been Democrat Party operatives?

A reader of this website also pointed out that the weight for such a device would be considered by postal workers has being suspiciously heavy for the size of package.

Bob Russo I worked for the USPS for 24 years. Those packages with the stamps on them should never have been delivered even if the stamps had been cancelled. They would have appeared suspect given that they would have weighed over 2 lbs. They would have only been acceptable if they had a USPS printed label on them from a verifiable source.


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The other fascinating thing is that Cesar Sayoc if supposed to be from Florida, so how did he manage to misspell the name of the State in the label of the package sent to CNN?  He misspelled “Brennan’s” name, too.  Could this have been a Democrat operative trying to make a Trump supporter look stupid with the misspellings?  But, the person didn’t have enough sense that the one word any idiot would probably not misspell would be that of the State they live in?

As reported by the Olive Branch:

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“)

Could it be that the New York Times is in on this conspiracy, as well?  Or, are their liberal left leanings so severe that they are willing to toss any common sense to the wind?

As for the bomber himself, if Sayoc is a huge Trump supporter as being reported, he sure has a funny way of showing it.  Paul Joseph Watson points out that

“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 there’s more: 

He doesn’t even follow Donald Trump despite playing the part of a rabid Trump supporter. Does anyone else find that odd?

It turns out that Sayoc, the alleged Trump Supporter bomber, isn’t even a Republican.

Despite being registered in Florida as a Republican (since 2016 in the screen shots perused by Garrison from Olive Branch Report) there is some reason to doubt the authenticity and sincerity of his registration.

What you are looking at, according to the writer at the Olive Branch, Dean Garrison, is Sayoc’s now-scrubbed bio on MyLife, which is a social reputation scoring site.

He was identifed on MyLife ( 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)

Finally, again thanks to Garrison … There is the van.

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 painfully obvious to nearly everyone that this van has been decorated by a professional team for precisely this purpose …

 (I removed the CIA-run psyop comment that Garrison and Mike Adams provided because I think the Democrat Party gang of operatives are even more organized than even governmental agencies and they may or may not have needed any CIA help)

Also …
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.

I want to add that the Olive Branch article I mostly pulled the above information from was originally at DC Clothesline.  Much of what was provided I had already figured out, but they did the work to find the data, so we must give credit where credit is due.

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