Skeptics Calling BS On U-Haul Truck ‘Nazi’ Story In DC — Here’s The 411

Written by Wes Walker on May 23, 2023

[NOTE: This article may contain commentary reflecting the author’s views.]

The ink on the Durham report is barely dry. The Whitmer Fednapping case got that nickname because there were almost as many Feds running the plot as there were unstable dumbasses willing to get caught up in it. We still don’t know how many Feds were part of J6 — other than ‘a lot’.

Of course a story like this latest U-Haul one would be met with a certain level of ‘prove it’ skepticism.

As the saying goes, when something seems ‘too good to be true’ it usually is. In this case we are seeing a story that checks ALL of the Biden administration’s favorite talking points.

Many are suspicious that the same political movement that used ‘Tiki torch’ plants in their botched attempt to discredit the Youngkin campaign (guilt-by-association) set up a photo-op as a way to justify the paranoid targeting of their political enemies.

It’s also why this FBI-themed merch happens to be such a big seller at the ClashDaily store.

We remember that Joe Biden literally launched his presidential campaign with a lie about Trump and white supremacist Nazis… one he loves to keep going. He went back to that well earlier this month.

By happy coincidence, with Primary season ramping up, there is a news story involving a U-Haul truck, a Swastika flag, and an alleged terroristic incident at the White House.

First, let’s introduce the story people are talking about…

On May 22 at approximately 9:40 p.m., United States Park Police and United States Secret Service Uniform Division officers responded to the 1600 block of H Street NW for a truck that the preliminary investigation indicates intentionally crashed into the bollards on the outside of Lafayette Park. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Sai Varshith Kandula, 19, of Chesterfield, Missouri. Kandula was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, threatening to kill / kidnap / inflict harm on a president, vice president, or family member, destruction of federal property, and trespassing. No further information is available at this time. — National Park Service

Some of the evidence retrieved at the scene has been made public…

We have footage of the collision itself…

But well into the next day, do you know what is NOT front-and-center in this Nazi-flag story? The photo of the driver who’s name, we remind you, was released as being Sai Varshith Kandula.

Which is weird, because the driver seems to have been arrested without incident on the scene.

A journalist has tracked down what they believe to be the driver’s photograph. It looks more or less the way you might expect a photo of someone with that particular name to look.

Not exactly your leading candidate for one of Biden’s MAGA white supremacists we keep hearing about.

The skeptics are already chiming in.

It’s not helping that a BIG shipment of ammonium nitrate recently disappeared. Or that Biden’s FBI is taking a LOT of heat for political malfeasance.

There is the awkward fact that long before Hitler chose that symbol to represent his political regime, the Swastika was an established religious symbol in (among other places) India. (read more: below)

Now that the driver’s picture is public, will interest in this story fade away (except for vague and opportunistic passing references to a ‘Nazi’ who tried to attack Biden’s White House)?

Will they try to call the driver a White Supremacist and/or MAGA supporter?

Or will they admit that their kneejerk NAZI references are just a little too convenient.

That last option seems the least likely.

For context, this ‘threat’ that slow-rolled a truck into a bollard at a speed that didn’t even appear to do visible damage to the truck is being breathlessly reported as an ‘attack on the President’ by the very same media that mocked Trump as a coward when the Secret Service made the security decision to bring Trump and his family into the ‘bunker’ when an angry left-wing mob was clamouring at the fences of the White House at the end of May, in 2020.

From a Legal Insurrection piece comparing Liz Cheney’s Kangaroo court performance to actual violent action taken against federal officers protecting our three branches of government:

This failure to convince the American people of their stance is due, in no small part, to their failure to condemn and pursue the criminals guilty of the far worse violence that took place in an attempt to thwart President Trump’s inauguration. Or to condemn and pursue with criminal charges the thousands of local, state, and federal crimes committed by antifa and BLM.
Nor did they condemn the multi-day May, 2020 assault on the White House that left at least 60 Secret Service agents wounded and forced President Trump to be whisked away to a bunker for his personal safety.
— Legal Insurrection

Have your leftist buddies compare the U-Haul footage to what you see here.

Better yet, send them a link to this article and ask which details they think we got wrong… or are *breathless gasp* ‘Russian Disinformation’.

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Sources Cited:
National Park Service
5000 Year history of Swastika, an Indian symbol
Legal Insurrection