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Investigators suspect FedEx bomb tied to Austin bombings...

HNewsWire-Austin Texas home of SXSW, and of course the University of Texas, Austin is a liberal stronghold for Antifa and other left-leaning ideologues. When the smoke clears and the truth is known, liberal ideology will have played a major factor in these bombings, mainstream media, the powers to be in Austin Texas will refuse to acknowledge the truth about these bombings until they had no choice but to admit the liberal ideology are behind these incidents in Austin Texas...

Here's what we know, this country's liberals have spent 60 years insisting God be removed from the public's eye, our children's schools, crosses removed, bibles taken out of hotel rooms all for what we're told is diversity, we mustn't offend another religion, we wouldn't want to upset an atheist, so our elected officials have chosen to go with the minority and dumbed down the majority all in the name of diversity.

Well how do the masses (silent majority) like dealing with the radical lefties that are not content with removing a few symbols from society, no- now they will terrorize their way into dominance in this country if not stopped by a few good men...

Side note, any day now we will see the liberal foot soldiers come out and want to ban, I'm not kidding, want to ban bombs, Since anyone can go on the Internet and get the exact formula to put a homemade bomb together, it only makes sense to a liberal nutcase to ban the bomb...

"We are clearly dealing with what we expect to be a serial bomber at this point, based on the similarities between now what is the fourth device," he said.

Report: Latest Austin bomb may have been detonated by a trip wire. Casey Stegall reports from Austin Texas
Frederick Milanowski, the special agent in charge for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, says the latest bomb was "more sophisticated" because it used a trip wire. Milanowski said trip wire devices, possibly using fishing line, are triggered by victims applying any kind of pressure or tension.

"We are more concerned now. That is, people see something suspicious they stay away and contact law enforcement," he said.

2 people hurt in new Austin explosion
The men injured Sunday night in the explosion in the southwestern Austin neighborhood of Travis Country, ages 22 and 23, are white, unlike the victims in the three earlier attacks, who were black or Hispanic. The men on Sunday were walking their bicycles when the explosives detonated, which differs from the first three attacks, which involved package bombs left on people's doorsteps, according to police.
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Authorities on Monday were canvassing the area in search of anything suspicious, and residents were warned to remain indoors and to call 911 if they needed to leave their homes before 2 p.m.

Austin Texas has become the new battleground in the culture wars...

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