Sunday, October 28, 2018

Michael Moore Filmed Mail Bomb Suspect 20 Months Ago at Florida Trump Rally

More evidence Trump triggered this nutjob.

Michael Moore writes:
My crew first encountered Cesar Sayoc, the mail bomber/terrorist, 20 months ago when we went down to Melbourne, Florida, to film Trump’s first “Trump 2020 Re-election Rally” — just one month after his inauguration. My direction to my producer Basel Hamdan and our longtime collaborator Eric Weinrib was to NOT film Trump, but rather only film the people who came out to see him. My feeling was, after one month in office, we didn’t need to hear anything more from Trump’s mouth — we already knew everything we needed to know about him.

Who we needed to understand were our fellow Americans, lost souls full of anger and possible violence, easily fed a pile of lies so large and toxic that we wondered if there would ever be a chance that we could bring them back from the Dark Side.

Our footage of Mr. Sayoc would never make it into the final cut of what would be the film that is now in its last week in cinemas across America. But I’d like to share it with you, if only to give you a momentary glimpse of him in action (all are free to use this video and share it).  (via The Wrap)
This will chase even more kids into the leftist camp.

 Immediately after the election on November 10, 2016, I wrote:
Trump supporters are rabid, they will likely follow him down almost any hell hole.
These people are not going to listen to our arguments for smaller government. Their man is in power.



  1. ...or they could have just found a mentally ill patsy who wouldn't be able to defend himself against charges and put his fingerprints on the fake bombs they sent. Ya know, like the deep state has done a million other times when they are desperate to keep power.

    Sounds like Wenzel is auditioning for a CIA job these days. Sad!

  2. When is a nutter just a nutter and when is a nutter the result of someone in the public eye?

    Let's imagine for a moment this guy is just a plain real lone nut. Maybe one of the very few in the history of US politics. His history indicates he's been nutty for a couple of decades plus. So this nutter focuses in on Trump as some sort of hero or father figure but then there are these leftists attacking Trump viciously, day after day, month after month. Why is it what Trump said the trigger? The nutter could very well be triggered by those viciously attacking the person he considers a father figure or hero.

    The difference between a nutter just being a nutter and one being the responsibility of someone in the public eye is just a spin, a frame, that's created for us. It's easy enough to do any way desired.

    1. Great theory except it doesn't fit the facts. Tom Steyer was a target and no one knew who he was until Trump tweeted out about him.

    2. Let's say that's true. Nobody knew about that guy until Trump tweeted about him and the nutjob got it from Trump's tweet. How does that invalidate the idea that this guy sees the entire left as a threat because of the behavior of so many of those on the left? The nutter just groups them all together. So he learns about "Tom Steyer" from a Trump tweet? So what? He's just another person he lumps in with all the others.

      Also, from wikipedia, Steyer has been a meddler in Florida politics:
      "Steyer also supported Democrats in Senate races in Iowa, Colorado, New Hampshire and Michigan and in Gubernatorial races in Pennsylvania, Maine, and Florida.[58] Steyer cited Florida's pivotal role in the 2016 presidential election and its geographic position, which makes it highly vulnerable to climate change, as reasons for his focus on the state.[59]"

      We might not know of him, because he's not meddling where we live but people in Florida or paying attention to Florida politics very well may.

      Now if we consider this guy as not a lone nut but the typical nut encouraged and supported by an FBI informant or other person in the employ of the government then this "Tom Steyer" exception isn't an exception at all because the nutjob is fed a list of targets.

  3. "More evidence Trump triggered this nutjob."

    Much as I hold in deep contempt all presidents, I'm not sure that it's reasonable to blame Trump for the actions of someone like this just because this person attended a Trump rally (I'm assuming for now that this guy is actually guilty of what he's accused of). Human beings are autonomous units who act on their own volition. I'm guessing that there are plenty of people who also attended the same rally who did not engage in (this type of) violence.

    1. This is endemic of politics, though. It's the weaponization of opinion. It creates a zero-sum game where none need otherwise exist.

  4. Really? "Trump Triggered" him? This is as bad as CNN. And the worst part is i'll be labeled a Trump lover, just for pointing out that there is no sane reason for blaming this on Trump.

    1. Want to get people really pissed off? Tell them Ronald is the new umm . . . , . n word. He is responsible for everything from climate change to the caravan, the pay gap, Shrillary's email server and theft of the primaries from Bernie. There is no evil left undone by this dastardly cad.

      Guy sent some fake bombs, but this is not fake news.

      Seriously, the schit show began at the inaugaration, where the antifa brownshirts went on a rampage and got off scotfree. Just how many comments have we had from the so called "resistance" about assassination?
      Compared to the Tea Party et al re. Obama in '08 - '15?
      Right I can't remember any either.

      Yeah DT is a loose cannon and a reality show character. But maybe some Americans aren't interested in going quietly into the NWO w. either Shrill or Jeb Bush. We'll probably get there anyway, but not without pointing it out, no matter how much the corporate progressive globalists don't like it and object to any sign of real resistance or genuine exercise of free speech.


    Despite Anderson Cooper’s efforts to cut him off, Lowy persisted and said this at the end of the interview (3:12 mark):

    “He [Sayoc] never seems sophisticated enough to do something like he’s accused of. And I wouldn’t be surprised to find out that there were either others who helped prod or encouraged him to do this, or that the bombs in fact were so crudely made, they never could have worked, because he didn’t seem to have the intellectual capacity to plan a conspiracy like this in my opinion.”

    A longtime friend of Cesar Sayoc is a former CIA officer.

  6. Human beings are much better at observing others than they are of themselves.