UPDATED Both Sides Don’t: Mail Bombs Sent To Clinton, and Obama

And I will note that a bomb was also sent to George Soros’ home.

I’m sure this will be getting a lot of oxygen from the press today, when they take a break from amplifying Nationalist Prznint Hair Füror’s agitprop about immigrants heading north to Possum Hollar to steal their jobs at the Piggly Wiggly from 1K miles away.

UPDATE: Scissorhead RWW sees how the pundits will Both Sides it:

“Oh, the incivility of it all. The Left is yelling at Republicans in restaurants, you know.”

UPDATE 1: More bombs at news outlets including CNN, and a newspaper in San Diego. The one delivered to CNN was addressed to John Brennan who is a contributor at MSNBC.

UPDATE 2: Multiple news sources are reporting that several of the packages had Debbie Wasserman Schultz’ office as the return address. So, there’s a pattern for sure.


UPDATE 4: Funny, but not funny –

UPDATE 5: RWW told ya!

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22 Responses to UPDATED Both Sides Don’t: Mail Bombs Sent To Clinton, and Obama

  1. ming says:

    A bomb was sent to CNN as well. It is time for the GOP to wake the fuck up to what they are enabling.


  2. RWW says:

    The real news is all incivility going on in restaurants turning away stalwart conservatives and commoners shouting at their overlords in public. I’m sure when they find the white dudes behind these mail bombs, we’ll treat them with all due process, innocent until proven guilty, lawyered up to the hilt, and they’ll have all the exculpatory evidence needed in their day-planners they saved from 30 years ago.

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    • tengrain says:

      And that RWW, will be the BOTH SIDES counter-complaint. I think you got it! Gonna steal that.




    • MDavis says:

      And… here’s another win (in the video posted, Both Sides was called out in less then 1:20 min) .
      So you called two in one thread.
      Are you tired of all the winning yet?


  3. donnah says:

    I’m puzzled by the tactic of mailing packages that are obviously suspicious, sent to addresses that have tight security screening, and to obvious political targets. Is it just a threat, a scare tactic? If you wanted to blow somebody up, wouldn’t you find a better way of doing it? Is it just letting people know that there is a force waiting out there who isn’t afraid to use violence for his cause? I honestly don’t get it, so I apologize for being dumb about this.


  4. ming says:

    He, and you know it is he, also misspelled Schultz and Brennan. I’m thinking that a spell checker might fined these packages as quickly as a bomb sniffing dog

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