OPINION: More package bombs and bad Trump comments
The latest suspicious package discovered in Atlanta came just hours before a federal court hearing in Miami for 56-year-old Cesar Sayoc, whom authorities accuse of sending explosive material to Democrats and other prominent critics of President Trump.
Some deeply troubled guy opened wanted to murder reporters for their reporting and politicians.
I can’t tell you if Trump influenced that, but on the day that CNN received its second pipe bomb, he said that they’re the enemy of the people. He wants you to think that all of the divisiveness of this country is caused by the media and not himself.
Where’s the grand conspiracy there? Why the need and the constant need to come up with a reason that doesn’t match what’s in front of your face? If you’re not willing to go that far, it puts you in a place where you’re controllable or influenceable.
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