A person of interest has been named by the FBI AND ATF for the Nashville bombing.
The person of interest is Anthony Quinn Warner, a 63-year-old white male.
The description of the person of interest led many liberals on Twitter to come to the conclusion that a Trump supporter committed the Nashville bombing.
The far left continues to push the narrative that Trump supporters are dangerous lunatics while the BLM and Antifa crowd are sweet innocent angels.
— New York Post (@nypost) December 26, 2020
…#exclusive @CBSNews has learned the name of a person of interest tied to the explosion that rocked #Nashville on #Christmas Day. Multiple sources tell us that Anthony Quinn Warner, a Nashville area resident, had a similar make and model RV.
— Jeff Pegues (@jeffpeguescbs) December 26, 2020
Liberals couldn’t resist and just went into a frenzy blaming Trump supporters for the bombing.
Whichever one of the lunatic Trump supporters that blew up Nashville this morning should NOT worry about any repercussions because you’ll be praised and pardoned by Trump👍🏻
— The Resister Mister 🌊 (@Biden_Harris_4U) December 25, 2020
Did anyone besides me immediately think Trump supporters at the news of the bombing this morning in Nashville??? Did "stand back and stand by" come to mind?
— SharingInsights.Online (@InsightsSharing) December 25, 2020
Trump must think the Nashville bombers are MAGA supporters because he has not denounced it on Twitter as of yet. If he thought the bombers were ANTIFA, Muslims, immigrants, etc I can 100% guarantee he'd be tweeting about it.
— (((DeanObeidallah))) (@DeanObeidallah) December 26, 2020
It didn’t stop there, thousands of tweets are flowing in blaming Trump supporters for the bombing.
Donald Trump has said nothing about the bombing in Nashville. Why… because he’s waiting to see for sure if a right wing domestic terrorist group is responsible. He doesn’t want to anger his supporters. #TraitorTrump
— Rudy Gooliani (@RudyGooliani) December 26, 2020
I guess Trump has to wait and find out if it’s one of his supporters before he comments on the #Nashville violence. He can’t just condemn all violence of course.
— Shelly Swanner (@shellox323) December 26, 2020
Raise your hand if you suspect the RV explosion in Nashville was the work of Trump supporters.
It just seems like something they’d do and try to pin on someone else. pic.twitter.com/Uga6toTp8A
— Manda ((Biden Won)) Posthumously🦾🥦 (@ShutUpAmanda) December 25, 2020
The New York Post covered the FBI’s report of the person of interest and dropped these details:
Police have identified a person of interest in connection to the Christmas Day RV explosion in Nashville.
Anthony Quinn Warner, a Nashville area resident, had a similar make and model RV as the one used in the blast, CBS News reported.
Law enforcement officers converged on a property in the town of Antioch, Tennessee, just outside Nashville, believed to be the 63-year-old’s home, early Saturday,
Images of the home captured on Google Maps in May 2019 show a similar motorhome parked in the yard, which is surrounded by a wooden fence.
Liberals are once again trying to paint the picture that Trump supporters that deny the election results are dangerous.
All the FBI released was a description and now all of a sudden anyone who voted for Trump is the suspect for the crime.
Friends, it looks like Trump supporters who object the 2020 election are now labeled as dangerous.
The reason Trump is not saying anything about the Domestic Terrorist Bombing in Nashville, is he realizes his Supporters were more than likely the Terrorist who detonated the explosives! We can expect more attacks of this nature, as Trump continues to encourage disruption! pic.twitter.com/lg5iRyxvec
— WHSCI (@WHSCI) December 26, 2020
Trump’s Attorney Lin Wood made an interesting statement about the situation:
I see disturbing similarities between Anthony Quinn Warner & Richard Jewell.
Richard was falsely accused by FBI. He was a scapegoat so that FBI could claim to world that it “had its man” & the man was Richard Jewell.
Richard did not bomb Olympic Park.
Connect the dots.
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) December 26, 2020