Skeptics Rip White House ‘U-Haul Attack’ As False Flag

The White House was attacked Monday night — sort of. A U-Haul truck rammed into security barriers on the north end of Lafayette Square around 10 p.m., and the driver was immediately taken into custody.

The FBI identified 19-year-old Sai Varshith Kandula of Missouri as the culprit. He reportedly jumped out of the moving truck and waved a Nazi flag before being taken into custody.

Then he allegedly told federal agents that he wished to overthrow the government, kill President Joe Biden, and take over the country himself. For his effort, Kandula is charged with making threats to kill, kidnap, or harm the president, vice president, or a family member.

FBI spokesman Anthony Guglielmi confirmed Tuesday that there were no injuries to Secret Service or White House personnel.

Multiple nearby buildings were evacuated as a precaution. This is perfectly reasonable considering the history of such trucks and terrorist attacks, particularly in the Oklahoma City bombing.

The Nazi flag was subsequently spread out on the ground beside the truck for photographs. This obvious staging of a piece of evidence led to further questions of overall staging of the incident for political effects. A false flag operation.

Michael Knowles of the Daily Wire quickly questioned the optics of the scene. “I can’t help but notice how meticulously the first responders laid out that strangely crisp, new Nazi flag for the press cameras.”

It was not long before mainstream media outlets were trumpeting that the suspect was a “White supremacist.” This fits the narrative established by none other than the president himself, which of course only raised more suspicions.

Biden controversially attempted recently to lay all the nation’s concerns over terrorism at the feet of “White supremacy.”

In his commencement address for Howard University, the Democrat ranted about these seething extremists being “the most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland.”

Admittedly, it would be a pretty lame attempt on the part of leftists in Washington to stage this type of false flag operation. One look at the driver’s license photo of the suspect immediately quells suspicions that he is part of a White nationalist movement.

Still, the left has greatly expanded the parameters around “White nationalism” to include anyone not in favor of the latest liberal ideology. And who knows what they will concoct to prop up the narrative of a failed president who somehow still wants another term in office?