Right-Wing Radio Host Thinks Stickers on MAGA Van Show Leftist Plot

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Conservatives are spreading unsubstantiated rumors today that Democrats or their allies planted a white van that was seized today in conjunction with the arrest of a suspect in the case involving bombs mailed to Democrats.

Denver talk radio host Randy Corporon shot off the following series of tweets today:

CBS News reported:

Federal authorities covered and seized a white van in Florida after the Department of Justice confirmed an arrest had been made in the bomb investigation. The suspect was arrested at an auto repair shop in Plantation, Florida.

Aerial footage captured images of the van before it was taken away. Some of the van’s windows were covered with stickers.

A phone message seeking a comment from Corporon wasn’t returned, and a search for any evidence backing up the KNUS talk radio host’s conspiratorial tweets turned up nothing.

Trump congratulated law enforcement officials for their work on the case today, after encouraging news outlets earlier to drop the matter and instead cover political issues leading up to the upcoming election.

“Republicans are doing so well in early voting, and at the polls, and now this “Bomb” stuff happens and the momentum greatly slows – news not talking politics. Very unfortunate, what is going on. Republicans, go out and vote!” tweeted Trump.

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  1. Older pictures of the van have surfaced. And Trump is back to wink-wink, nod-nodding about hating the media, Hillary, Maxine Waters, and others. Hey, Trump – it's too soon!

  2. davebarnes says:

    It appears that Q is doing his job.

  3. Genghis says:

    Randy Corporon

    Who? Is this guy, like, the poor man's Chuck Bonniwell or something?

  4. JohnInDenver says:

    Damn, those Democrats are sneaky.

    Planting a "perpetrator" in the crowds of candidate Trump's campaign rallies. Encouraging him to rant on social media for the past couple of years. Feeding him decals to put on his van, especially those showing an awareness of the alt-right's memes. Allowing their asset to construct and send multiple devices through the mail (endangering those working — oh well, they are union members).

    Doing all of that without being traced as they go into the life of a homeless guy working a series of odd jobs.

    The Conspiracy Theory mindset is truly impervious to disconfirming details about how the world actually works.

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