D/S/C media, Dan Rather, memory hole, Nazi, Sai Varshith Kandula, Secret Service, the narrative, The White House, U Haul, white supremacy
It looked soooooo good, too good to check, as the D/S/C media always thinks and occasionally says. As Dan Rather said, it just might be fake but accurate, which means, OK, it really isn’t what it appears to be, but it is because in an “equitable” world, a D/S/C paradise, that’s the way it ought to be.
A white supremacist, U-Haul, Nazi! What, after Joe Biden recently mumbled about white supremacists being a greater existential threat than even—gasp!—Climate Change—could be better than that, except maybe the white supremacist Nazi trying to kill the president right there at the White House? I mean, not even D/S/Cs speak of Biden as a “lightbringer,” or “The One,” but he’ll have to do until another messiah comes along. Oh, it looked soooooo good, at least for awhile:
Secret Service has detained a driver who crashed a U-Haul truck into security barriers at Lafayette Square, near the White House grounds.
‘Preliminary investigation reveals the driver may have intentionally struck the security barriers at Lafayette Square,’ said Anthony Guglielmi, chief of communications for the Secret Service.
After crashing one time, the driver rammed the barriers a second time, video of the Monday evening incident shows.
See what I mean? This is good, really good, and they’re going to throw the book—ten books—at the racist, white supremacist, Nazi, really bad, no good, terrible domestic terrorist–have I mentioned racist…
The driver, whose name has not been released, has been charged with ‘threatening to kill, kidnap or inflict harm on the president, vice president or a family member, along with other counts including assault with a dangerous weapon and trespassing,’ The Washington Post reports.
Bomb technicians did not find any explosive devices in the truck, though video shows law enforcement handling several pieces of evidence, including a Nazi flag, black backpack, and duct tape. The flag was then laid out on the ground, leading some Twitter users to question why, while others responded with memes of the ‘fed bois.’
Uh-huh. So the guy ran into some barricades, was stopped, was nowhere near the President or Vice President—the VP doesn’t live at the White House and Joe isn’t there very often; was he there then?—and we had no idea if the guy was armed, or what he had in the truck, and how the hell did a big Nazi flag get laid out so neatly by the truck? Did the driver do it? If so, where was the Secret Service? Did they take their time and casually saunter over to the truck, not really caring what was going on despite a deadly threat to a president or his family who might not even have been there? Weren’t they worried there might be a bomb? Didn’t they make sure the media kept well back just in case? And who was this white supremacist Nazi anyway?
Oh. That’s not looking good for the narrative. And neither was this:
The alleged neo-Nazi accused of ramming a rented U-Haul truck into White House security barriers will be held in federal jail pending a detention hearing next week, according to reports.
Sai Varshith Kandula, 19, appeared in a Washington, DC, federal court Wednesday, where Magistrate Judge Robin M. Meriweather ordered he be jailed until a hearing next Tuesday, CBS News reported.
Kandula, from Missouri, slammed the box truck into barriers along Lafayette Square just steps from the White House late Monday, US Park Police officials said.
“Steps?” How many, exactly, would that be?
He had allegedly planned the attack for six months, with his goal to ‘get to the White House, seize power, and be put in charge of the nation,’ records show.
Ah. So this guy, who doesn’t really look all that white or supreme, was completely rational and had a plan that was certain to succeed, then?
Kandula was accused of threatening to ‘Kill the President If that’s what I have to do,’ and praised Nazism and Hitler.
He was originally charged with threatening to kill, kidnap or inflict harm on a president, vice president or family member, as well as assault with a dangerous weapon, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, trespassing and destruction of federal property, US Park Police said.
See what I mean by throwing the book at him?
His federal charges have since been downgraded to a single count of depredation of property of the United States in excess of $1,000.
What?! But he’s a racist, white supremacist, Nazi! What happened to the white supremacy? He was driving a U-Haul truck, which all right—left—thinking people know only racist, white supremacist, Nazi-types do, and…
Prosecutors told the court Kandula is not a US citizen, according to Fox News.
Uh-oh. I know black Republican politicians can be white supremacists, but apparently not this guy.
Kandula, a self-described unemployed data analyst, was taken into custody after ramming the barriers with his vehicle just before 10 p.m. Monday, officials said.
He struck the barriers once before reversing the box truck and launching forward again, ramming the structures a second time, according to a statement of facts released Tuesday.
He then allegedly hopped out of the driver’s seat and went to the back of the smoking truck.
‘The officer watched as KANDULA removed a red and white flag with a Nazi Swastika in the center from a black backpack he was carrying,’ the document states.
So the guy, who is probably an illegal immigrant, which really screws up the narrative, because everyone knows no one is illegal and undocumented immigrants make everyone and everything better, rams the barricades twice, calmly gets out, takes a Nazi flag out of a backpack, and while the Secret Service watch(?!), taking no measures to secure him–weren’t they at least a little worried about what he had in the backpack, like, you know, a gun or bomb or biological weapon or something?–neatly lays the flag out on the ground, and it’s not a little flag, no, but a great, big, photogenic flag. Sounds legit.
It just occurred to me: the guy could have been a Catholic! The horror.
Kandula later told federal agents he took a one-way flight from St. Louis to Washington, DC, and arrived around 8 p.m., court papers state. He then allegedly rented a U-Haul box truck and ‘drove directly to the White House.’
The article tells us he wanted to “send a message” and his “book,” which other media accounts described as a notebook, would get exposure.
Kandula allegedly went on to praise Nazism for its ‘great history’ and their ‘authoritarian nature, Eugenics, and their one world order.’
‘When asked if he looks up to any leaders,’ the document states, ‘KANDULA answered ‘Hitler, because he was a strong leader.’
Well of course, because he’s a white supremacist Nazi–shhh about the “white supremacist” part–except he’s probably an illegal immigrant, who isn’t really illegal, because no one is illegal, which is why all those felonies went away, and he’s being charged with what looks like a single misdemeanor. Damn. It looked soooooo good too. Of course, he just might say other things—if anyone was listening–that could really damage the narrative, or maybe we’d find out other things, like he’s been deported 87 times, or prosecuted and put on unsupervised probation for mass murders, or was an FBI informant at the Capital on January 6 or something fun like that, so nothing to see here; move along, move along.
Do you hear that sound, gentle readers? That’s the sound of this promising narrative circling the drain of the memory hole as I type these wor…
Mike a.k.a. Proof said:
Sai Varshith Kandula, or “Bob”, as he’s known to the FBI!
Elmer Fudd said:
The FBI needs to be bleaching their “White Supremacists.”
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Here.. this might help clarify your “facts”. Oh, damn.. I know it’s not from Breitbart or the NYPost.. so likely this is suspect for sure.
Funny… that article was from the 24th.. your “factual” post was from today. Trying to sway opinion, Mike?
Mike McDaniel said:
Well, I read your suggested article and it was virtually identical to those I linked in the story. So your point was again?
Oh, and as you well know, I’m always careful to differentiate between fact and opinion, even what is alleged or might be apparent, as I did in this article. We don’t know the truth of everything about this situation, but we can be reasonably sure since it doesn’t fit the narrative, this one is going down the memory hole, and it is, isn’t it?
“Trying to sway opinion?” Hmm. That’s what writers do, but as I noted, I always provide links so readers can go to the sources and decide for themselves.
Surely. But let’s not forget the heavy on conjecture.
Wasn’t the van driver supposed to be wearing the standard Fed uniform of kaki pants with dark blue long-sleeve shirt? I bet the “boys” have a huge stash of NDSAP (Nazi) flags for occasions like this. I guess if they fly theirown flag, it can’t be a “false flag” operation.
Mike McDaniel said:
What you said.