Authorities say there may be more devices, as at least one was reportedly addressed to Joe Biden in Delaware, and one to the Tribeca Grill and offices of Tribeca films, owned by Trump hater Robert De Niro.
Fox reported the Biden incident:
The FBI, New Castle County, Del., police and postal inspectors were investigating the package addressed to Biden, law enforcement officials told Fox News, stressing the suspicious package investigation was the bureau’s highest priority. The Associated Press, citing a source, reported a second package addressed to Biden was discovered at a postal facility in Wilmington…
…The package addressed to “Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.,” and bearing the return address of former Democratic National Committee head Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, was discovered at a Delaware postal facility and did not reach Biden’s house. Photos of the Biden packaging showed that the address stickers and postage stamps were nearly identical to the packaging found on the suspicious parcels from Wednesday. Biden no longer receives Secret Service protection, officials told Fox News.
The package addressed to De Niro was sent to the mail room of his production company/restaurant, and discovered by a worker at about 4 a.m.. Tribeca Security called police because of the similarity to the other packages. Police took an X-ray and determined that the device should be removed.
— michael gargiulo (@michaelG4NY) October 25, 2018
As we’ve mentioned before, something doesn’t smell right about all of this. The devices may have been “functional” but none of them detonated, and it is unclear if they could have detonated at all. It would make no sense whatsoever for any ‘right wing’ person to send a plethora of pipe bombs to all of Trump’s haters. It’s too “obvious”, too pat.
Package Bombs/Suspicious Packages
– Misspellings & more
•Shultz [should be Schultz]
•Florids [should be Florida]
•Brenan [should be Brennan]
•Saw Grass [should be Sawgrass]
•Left out the word “Street” on Holder’s label
— Fox News Research (@FoxNewsResearch) October 25, 2018