Yesterday we shared this blog showing a very angry woman throwing bottles at a car on Rt 128 during the rush hour commute, presumably because the driver of the car had a Trump flag hanging from it.
What’s his problem?
I can’t figure out why all those polls said that Trump was losing. It’s almost as if people are afraid to publicly admit that they support him because they know that mentally stable humans like this are out there waiting to throw bottles at them from moving cars on the highway.
License plate 745 SW3 is a 2003 Corolla registered to Randy Palo Mendoza, a 37 year old from Medford. Randy has a Facebook page with nothing on it, and appears to be male. With these types of people gender tends to be pretty fluid, so I don’t want to offend anyone by assuming its gender. That could be him/her or his/her wife driving the car. Either way, the car belongs to him so he’s really responsible for whoever is driving it. He appears to be from Saipan, an island we liberated from Japanese control during World War 2, located near Guam.
If you have a picture of Randy, or a way we could reach out to him for comment, please email email@example.com so we can discuss. Randy is also encouraged to do the same.
The guy who filmed the incident has offered to come on the live show tomorrow night if Randy, or the non-binary woman driving the car agrees to join him. I am willing to sit down as a mediator and help them try to find common ground. If not, we’ll have to do things a different way.
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