Robert Bowers, the suspected shooter at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, is being used to denounce social media not on the corporate reservation.
Can words spoken or tweeted by Donald Trump incite violence?
In the current Bizarro world of American politics words are no different than pipe bombs.
Cesar Sayoc, a steroid head and convicted felon, is said to be the “domestic terrorist” who sent “bombs” (assemblages of junk) to Democrats.
Within hours of the first “bomb” appearing at CNN and subsequent assemblages of nonexplosive junk showing up at the offices of prominent Democrats, it was obvious the whole thing is a psychological operation designed to portray Trump fans as psychotic bombers.
As suspected, the devices (or piles of junk) delivered to Clinton, Biden, Soros, etc. were not bombs, they were fakes.
Jamie Fly, a former high-ranking Bush era neocon, believes you shouldn’t have the right to post on social media.
It looks like somebody at the Post Office forgot to cancel the stamps on the supposed pipe bomb sent to CNN’s John Brennan.