Look, there is no doubt that Cesar Alteiri Sayoc and his fake bomb plot were nothing more than a false flag operation. In fact, there is some evidence that may point to the fact that he might just be involved not only with the Democrats, but with the Central Intelligence Agency, as well. However, as we reported earlier, the most notable feature of the entire scene of this false flag was the allegations that Sayoc had been a Trump supporter for nearly two years and yet, the stickers all over his van not only violated the law in the state of Florida, but also were pristine in a climate filled with hot sun and lots of rain. So, if you questioned that, here's why that was the case.
After Sayoc's Facebook pages froze investigative journalist Shad Olson was able to capture a screenshot of Sayoc's Facebook post, which was dated August 28, 2016, in which you can clearly see that his van did not have the stickers on it.
Here's shots of the van with the stickers.
Moments after his arrest, Sayoc's social media accounts and personal details were suspended, stricken and taken off the web. His facebook page glitched and froze at exactly 11:24 MDT, even as independent journalists like yours truly scrolled furiously looking for shelf-life clues to gain better insight into the real makeup of the so-called, 'MAGA Bomber.' But not before I was able to capture this image (below) of the now infamous white panel van, without the Trump regalia so necessary to acrue the political hit points needed to paint Donald Trump as an inciter of hatred, violence and pain.