Mail Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc Has Van Covered in Political Stickers – Here’s What They Said

A suspect in the rash of politically-charged mail bombs was arrested this morning, and while we do not yet know much about him, his van is providing some insight.

The suspect is a 56-year-old male, who has initially been identified as Cesar Sayoc, a Native American. His van was impounded in Plantation, Florida, and it is covered in political stickers.

The stickers all appear to be pro-Trump, and feature almost a checklist of the targets of the bombs. Hillary Clinton, and a number of other Democrats, some with crosshairs on them, are featured.

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Michael Moore, CNN’s Van Jones, and David Hogg are also on stickers on the van, along with a number of meme stickers supporting President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.

It appears many of the packages were sent through a postal facility in Opa-locka, which is just south of Plantation. New Jersey Senator Cory Booker was the latest target of the bombs, having received a package this morning.

Some media outlets continue to use the term “MAGABomber.”

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