Thursday, November 8, 2018

Floridiot State Senator Lauren "The Bimbo" Book creates a false flag story for cheap publicity


The Florida Politics blog is deeply in bed with FloriDUH Senator Lauren Book. They are the only media outlet to publish this obvious attempt to claim victimhood by the premier professional victim of South Florida.

Bimbo Book claims the FBI showed up at her door and that she was a potential target. By now, these bombs have all been found. Obviously, if this idiot had been a target of the #MAGAbomber, then how is it no bomb ever showed up? After all, the bombs were sent from her own town. Cesar Sayoc was arrested in Plantation. Lauren Book's claims are nothing more than an attempt to attract sympathy, something this professional victim does for a living. This claim is a false flag.

Be greateful, my fellow Floridians-- you dodged a worse bomb in having this Democrat version of Sarah Palin miss out on being Andrew Gillim's running mate. We can all breathe a sign of relief knowing that the state could've been controlled by this complete fucktard. 

It must really irk her knowing that most people outside of those in the Florida Legislature, her dad, his cronies, her cronies, and the Florida Politics blog couldn't give two shits about her. She simply wants to feel important, and her cronies at the Florida Politics blog are quick to play the enabler role.


Lauren Book among potential targets for accused mail bomber

JACOB OGLES

23 hours ago
A man accused of sending pipe bombs to liberal leaders across the country also scoured the internet for information on Democratic state Sen. Lauren Book of South Florida.

FBI agents came to Book’s home to inform her of concerns that a pipe bomb may yet be sent to her, the Plantation Democrat said.

“When I went into this, I knew politics could be messy,” Book said, “but not somebody sending you a pipe bomb filled with glass to blow you and your kids up.”

Book wasn’t home when agents arrived. She was at the airport about to fly to Tallahassee for a United Way Women’s Leadership Breakfast to hear CNN host and author Lisa Ling speak.

But husband Blair Byrnes and her two infants were at home. As she sat at an airport ready to board a plane, Book listened to FBI agents brief her from her living room while her children napped upstairs.

The agents told Book that Cesar Sayoc, the man investigators believe sent explosive materials to more than a dozen left-leaning public figures in American politics, had also done research on Book’s record of public service.

FBI Director Christopher Wray announced Oct. 26 that agents arrested Sayoc in connection to pipe bombs sent to billionaire George Soros, former President Barack Obama and individuals at CNN, among others.

But authorities told NBC News that Sayoc kept a list of more than 100 possible targets, and potential victims would be notified individually.

Authorities arrested Sayoc in Plantation, in the heart of Book’s own district, though they now say he lived in Aventura. His mother Madeline Giardello is president of an area condo association.

In searching Sayoc’s personal computer, the FBI told Book, investigators found significant research into Book’s career, including votes on various pieces of legislation in Tallahassee.

“It’s hard to believe because I had only been there two years,” Book says.

Indeed, when news of a threat to political figures first broke days earlier, police set up in Book’s office, but her husband joked no one targeting major political figures and national news personalities would care about a state senator.

He was wrong.

At the time, it did raise concerns for Book when one of the bomber’s packages was returned to the Sunrise office of U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

Book previously used that same space for a temporary district office, which filled her thoughts as she watched news footage of authorities sweeping the office.

But while that seemed eerie, news Book actually could be the target of a local terrorist proved shocking.

FBI officials told Book she needed to take alternate routes when she drove to work, and call authorities in the event any unfamiliar packages showed up on her doorstep, even though the suspect was already in custody.

To date, it’s only been anticipated packages from Amazon and other retailers that showed up on Book’s doorstep, she jokes, but as she tries to keep the topic light, she says it’s only because of the terrifying truth of the threat to her life.

But when Book got involved fighting sex trafficking, she knew which groups would be angry and upset, she says. She could anticipate trouble from a known realm of unsavory and identified individuals.

In this case, she seems to have been targeted by a right-wing lunatic for no other reason than being a Democrat.

“This won’t stop you from doing your work,” she says, “but it does make me more aware, and it makes me want to be more protective of myself and my kids.”

1 comment:

  1. https://www.mountainview.gov/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=1385&TargetID=9

    https://kcbsradio.radio.com/blogs/jennifer-hodges/mountain-view-police-arrest-sunmee-kim-allegedly-filing-false-domestic

    Update Apparently Mountain View Police is saying this? If this is true.

    A woman connected with multiple fraud cases across the state – and whom we previously arrested back in June – was arrested Tuesday on an outstanding warrant related to our case.

    Sunmee Kim, 44, was arrested in June in Palo Alto by Mountain View detectives following an ongoing investigation that stemmed from a case out of our city in January.

    Kim is notorious for connecting with unsuspecting victims on Korean dating sites, developing a relationship with them, then calling police and claiming that she was the victim of domestic violence. Once the accused partner was removed from the home, Kim would steal any and all valuables and also receive victim services.

    Her arrest and the background on the case can be found here: https://www.mountainview.gov/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=1322&TargetID=9

    Within weeks of her arrest, Kim was once again at-large after she failed to report to her probation officer for court appearances on connected cases out of southern California.

    On Nov. 5, Mountain View detectives received a tip that Kim was staying at a hotel in Burlingame. Our detectives made their way to the hotel and successfully arrested Kim. During a search of Kim, multiple credit cards belonging to additional victims were found.

    Kim, who goes by other names including Sunny Jean Kim, Jean Kim, Jiin and Ashley Kim, is known to frequent KoreanCupid.com to find her victims.

    “I applaud our detectives’ relentlessness as they pursued this case,” said Lt. Mike Canfield. “Kim’s abuse of services that should be used to help real victims of domestic violence is appalling, and we will do all we can to ensure she cannot ensnare and victimize again.”

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