So, someone sent ricin letters to Bloomie for his low level staffer to get killed. And the letters referenced his anti-gun view
The conspiracy theories are thinking he sent them to himself, somehow, to elicit sympathy and draw more attention to his cause. I don't know about that. Some psycho, I'm sure. Can't really contain psychotics with our current mental health regime that errs on the side of liberty for the mentally troubled souls out there that may be a danger to themselves or others. And that part of the real problem, cracking that nut. I like the whole freedom thing, and the State likes the whole "cheaper to not have to run State Asylums" thing, but then you get spree shooters that shoulda been in a booby hatch for 10 years already.
But no, I don't think he sent them to himself. It's not a conspiracy. He'll use the incident to his advantage, but not too much, I bet. If you want conspiracy, this storyline just feels like it has Bloombergs catspaw prints all over it.
Don't send him ricin. He sends himself proverbial ricin every day just for being a tyrant. Would you rather have much more charismatic head of opposition? He beclowns himself and his causes just by existing, and that's a drag on his money and power. You really want to hurt him? Catch him in a photograph drinking from a big gulp or dumping salt on his meal, or any other hypocrisy.
Do you think he will call for a background check on all letters? Castor bean ban? At least castor beans aren't a human right.
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