This week, a U-Haul truck driven by a Missouri teen named Sai Varshith Kandula collided with the White House’s security gates.
According to the Daily Mail, Kandula was detained on the spot and accused of “attempting to murder, abduct, or hurt the president, vice president, or even a family member.”
Later, Kandula revealed to FBI investigators his intentions to assassinate President Biden and then “take over himself.”
The Nazi flag that Kandula, 19, was holding during the event was quickly brought up by mainstream media. In addition, he may be a white supremacist.
Twitter users who have seen photographs of Kandula’s driver’s license photo disagree with the media’s assertion that he is a white supremacist:
People using Twitter are drawing attention to the perfectly positioned, in-shot presentation of a Nazi flag on cable TV, despite the fact that the name “Sai Varshith Kandula” does not cry out Christian white nationalist.
Internet users came under suspicion right away. They just discovered a Nazi flag in the vehicle, right? The FBI’s and Joe Biden’s version of the terrible white supremacist menace in America found this to be much too handy. Another fed operation was evident in the stench.
Kandula did not show up on any watch lists, the FBI said after overnight checks. It was also established that President Biden was at the White House when the event occurred.
But, according to Daily Mail, it’s “unclear if he is even aware of it right now.
Author: Scott Dowdy