A half-Filipino, Cesar Sayoc, who claimed to be an American Indian member of the Seminole tribe, has been arrested for the series of fake “bombs” sent to prominent Trump critics over the past few days—a development which will greatly disappoint the controlled media who were hoping that the perpetrator would be a “racist” white male.
Sayoc—whose mother was Italian and whose father was a Filipino—has already been claimed to be a “white supremacist” by certain elements of the controlled media, in their ongoing attempts to blame white males for everything bad that happens.
Although Sayoc claimed to be American Indian, it was immediately determined that his last name was of Filipino origin, as the New Observer’s original report pointed out.
It is clear from his school graduation photograph (above), taken in 1980, Sayoc keeps his hair cut short like many nonwhites to help disguise his non-European origins.
The “white supremacist” label has been conjured up out of comments made by his lesbian former boss at the pizza restaurant where he used to work as a delivery man, Debra Gureghian, who luridly told CNN that the mixed-race Sayoc was a “white supremacist.”
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An American Indian member of the Seminole tribe, Cesar Sayoc, has been arrested for the series of fake “bombs” sent to prominent Trump critics over the past few days—a development which will greatly disappoint the controlled media who were hoping that the perpetrator would be a “racist” white male.
Sayoc, of Fort Lauderdale, is believed to have been arrested in Plantation, a suburb of Miami, Florida, Friday on suspicion of sending 12 plastic tubes filled with gunpowder and taped up to appear like bombs to at least twelve high-profile figures critical of Donald Trump.
He has a previous criminal record for a number of violent offences, and own companies called “Native American Catering & Vending” and “Proud Native America One Low Price Drycleaning.”
He was apparently traced through DNA and phone records after the sending location of the devices was traced through the USPS to Opa-Locka, South Florida. Sayoc was also on record as having made previous terror threats to judges.
Sayoc’s vehicle, a panel van, was plastered with pro-Trump stickers, and showed a number of prominent leftists—including Hilary Clinton—marked up with crosshair sights.
Sayoc could also be at least partially Filipino, as that name is the most common in the Philippines.
While the controlled media will be happy that the bomber was indeed a Trump supporter—even if a clearly unbalanced one—they will be greatly disappointed that it was not a white male “racist.”
Trump supporters, on the other hand, will be equally disappointed that it was not a leftist trying to stir up sympathy for Democrats ahead of mid-term elections, a theory was gained traction because the “bombs” were not even real devices but just made up to resemble pipe bombs.
It remains to be seen if Sayoc’s antics will have any effect on the outcome of the mid-term elections, which are vital to the Trump administration’s plans to push ahead with its wall-building and healthcare reform agenda.