Americans Question Whether White House U-Haul Crash Is False Flag

After a U-Haul truck crashed near the White House on Monday night, the mainstream media jumped to declare the incident a White supremacist attack — as police pulled a brand-new Nazi flag out of the car and laid it across the ground perfectly for the cameras. However, when the driver was identified, the story became even more confusing and suspicious to critics.

The man who crashed a U-Haul into security barriers on the north side of Lafayette Square is now facing charges of making threats to kill, kidnap or harm the president, vice president or a family member, among other charges.

“Police declined to provide further details early Tuesday about the nature of the alleged threat to the president, vice president or their families,” according to the Washington Post.

On Tuesday, Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi confirmed that there were “no injuries to any Secret Service or White House personnel.

He also noted that a preliminary investigation indicated that the driver “may have intentionally struck” the security barriers in Lafayette Square, which is located near the White House.

An examination from bomb technicians found no explosive devices inside the U-Haul. However, several other items were found in the truck — a Nazi flag, a black backpack and duct tape. The video footage of law enforcement pulling these items out of the truck showed officers laying the Nazi flag out on the ground, sparking questions on social media that included concerns of the incident being staged.

Many conservatives, including the Daily Wire’s Michael Knowles, pointed to the strange decision to lay the flag out, seemingly for the cameras.

“I can’t help but notice how meticulously the first responders laid out that strangely crisp, new Nazi flag for the press cameras,” Knowles tweeted.

“You’re telling me someone drove a Uhaul with nothing but a Nazi flag in it, tried to ram it into the White House, got stuck on a curb, then the police spread out the flag on the pavement so the media can get it in the shot… The Left needed a narrative change. They got it,” said another Twitter user.

This incident conveniently came just a few weeks after President Joe Biden falsely claimed during a Howard University commencement address that “White supremacy” is “the most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland.”

Meanwhile, critics’ concerns about the incident were later strengthened when the suspect was identified as 19-year-old Sai Varshith Kandula of Chesterfield, Missouri. While the media is still maintaining that this was some sort of “White supremacist” attack — the attacker is not a White person, and critics are now blasting the mainstream media.

Popular Twitter account @LeftismForU posted a thread of some of the more egregious claims from the left about the attack.

“This is Sai Varshith Kandula. He is the alleged ‘white supremacist’ who crashed a U-Haul truck into security barriers near the White House. It’s quite ironic how the Left/the media paint so many dark skinned people as ‘white supremacists.’ This will be a thread on people calling him a white supremacist/Nazi,” the first tweet read.

“@DeanObeidallah believes that the guy who crashed into a security barrier is a white supremacist and he says that thinks that @elonmusk will say there’s no evidence of him being one (I wonder why 🤔),” another tweet read, sharing a screenshot of Obeidallah’s tweet.

In another tweet, he called out one Twitter account for calling the suspect a “Nazi” and claiming that “Missouri has a radical white supremacist problem,” while also blaming Republicans.

Sara Gonzales, host of “The News & Why It Matters” on The Blaze, discussed the questions and concerns about the incident with her panel on Tuesday’s episode: