Twitter Just Suspended Cesar Sayoc's Twitter Account, and It's About Time, It Was Just as Bonkers as You'd Expect
After days of unrest in which 13 improvised explosive devices were sent to high-profile Democrats and media organizations across the country, investigators have apprehended the culprit, Cesar Sayoc. Sayoc's would-be victims have all been targets of repeated harsh words and false claims by President Donald Trump, leading many to believe that Sayoc's actions were motivated by the president's rhetoric.
While information is still emerging, it appears that the "false flag" claim floated by many Trump loyalists isn't going to fly. The windows of Sayoc's van were covered in pro-Trump and anti-Democrat propaganda, including one featuring former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with a target on her face.
President of CNN Came Out Swinging Against Donald Trump and Sarah Sanders After CNN Received an Explosive Device, and Sanders Just Responded
After at least nine homemade pipe bombs were disseminated across the country to President Donald Trump's enemies, CNN President Jeff Zucker took President Donald Trump and White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to task for their flippant use of demonizing rhetoric against Democrats and CNN itself.
The news network frequently been decried by the president and his supporters, chanting "CNN sucks" at his rallies and ganging up on CNN anchors like Jim Acosta, who was aggressively heckled by Trump supporters at a rally earlier this year. Acosta and other reporters frequently experience derision from the White House and the president himself.
Fox News Is Getting Dragged for Its Unfortunate Typo in a News Alert About a Suspicious Package Sent to CNN
In the middle of a hectic news day, the President's favorite new source, Fox News, made a typo (or Freudian slip?) in a news alert that couldn't have been more unfortunate.
It came during reports that numerous nemeses of President Donald Trump and the Republican Party received or were meant to receive pipe bombs or other suspicious packages in the mail. The would-be recipients included former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Former President Barack Obama, and Donald Trump's least favorite news network: CNN.