New York Times: bomb technicians say devices had hallmarks of fake explosives

Why do people think that CNN are biased leftist clowns?
Why do people think that CNN are biased leftist clowns?

I just wanted to post something about the reports we’re all hearing about devices that look like bombs that are being sent to a few prominent Democrats. Although the death threats to Republicans, mob violence against Republicans, and bombs sent to Republicans were not news, the mainstream media has decided that this is news, and so I must respond.

Here is an article from the far-left New York Times.

They write:

Some bomb technicians who studied photos of the device that circulated on social media suggested that the bomb sent to CNN had hallmarks of fake explosives — the kind more typically depicted on television and in movies, rather than devices capable of detonating.

A digital clock was taped to the middle of the pipe, a feature that experts say is typically shown on fictional bombs in an attempt to ratchet up dramatic tension, but unnecessary in real life.

In fact, bombmakers generally avoid attaching visible clocks to their devices to keep from tipping off their targets about when the bombs are set to explode.

That’s not stopping CNN from running wall-to-wall coverage about how real their bomb is, though.

Do you know what wasn’t news, though? The packages delivered to Republicans.

The same NYT article explains:

Earlier this month, federal authorities said they intercepted multiple packages suspected of containing the lethal substance ricin, addressed to Mr. Trump and at least two top Pentagon officials. In February, an envelope containing a white, powdery substance that investigators later determined was cornstarch was sent to the Manhattan apartment of Donald Trump Jr.’s mother-in-law.

One ex-Navy EOD bomb disposal expert tweeted out his skepticism on Twitter:

A few observations from a former bomb disposal officer (i.e. Me):

1. Proper pipe bombs don’t have wires connected to both ends. That’s dumb.

2. You can find timers / remote control receivers WAY smaller than whatever that white box is. A proper timer would best be stored inside the pipe, making it fully encapsulated. That thing is just silly looking.

3. “Hoax Devices” are FAR more common than real ones.

4. Bottom Line: Whoever made that wanted it to be painfully obvious to anyone and everyone that it’s a “bomb.” This is nearly the same as a bundle of road flares wrapped together with an old-timey alarm clock ticking away.

I think we need to be cautious about this because we know that people on the left are prone to faking hate crimes against themselves.

We’re two weeks out of mid-terms right now, and the Democrat candidates need all the help they can get from the media. This news story definitely helps the Democrats counter the #jobsNotMobs theme of Republican candidates. That’s why I think we should be skeptical and wait for the evidence.

Just to be clear, whoever sent those packages should be found guilty of domestic terrorism, and sentenced accordingly. However, we don’t know who is responsible right now.

8 thoughts on “New York Times: bomb technicians say devices had hallmarks of fake explosives”

  1. I would not be surprised at all if this turned out to be a leftist trying to victimize democrats while straw-manning conservatives as violent extremists. It’s a rules for radicals strategy which the left embraces.

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  2. Reblogged this on Patriactionary and commented:
    Obvious false flag is obvious…
    The Kavanaugh circus; the imminent caravan invasion doubtless funded by Soros or the like; and now this. The Left has no conscience, and believes the ends justify the means.

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  3. The packages the “bombs” came in don’t have meter marks or anything to suggest they were mailed. Not to mention the fact that one of the recipients over at CNN apparently felt comfortable enough to take one of the devices out of the package and snap a photo of it.
    I’m not big on conspiracy theories, but yeah, inside job.

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  4. Nothing more than a political strategy due to the Mid-Terms coming up. Jeremiah 17:9 is not just for the murderers and rapists, it is also for those who choose to deceive others for votes.

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  5. Just several weeks ago, InfoWars reporter Millie Weaver said she had evidence that there would be several false flag attacks just before the election. Not saying she was right (I’m not in a position to know the facts) but it does add up when you consider the Left’s propensity.

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