Strange Clues in the Pipe Bomb Cases Indicate Possible Hoax and/ or a False Flag Motive

Retired FBI profiler James Fitzgerald said that the source of the pipe bombs could be a right-winger who doesn’t like the Dems, international actors, or a false flag, which is where the party that committed the crime frames another party.  The timing of the bombs just ahead of the elections is suspicious as it casts Republicans in a negative light.

Some critics are calling the pipe bombs a hoax because none of them exploded and they appear to have been designed to be duds.  In fact, the alarm function was missing on the clocks that were taped to the devices.  Additionally, the lack of a postmark on the package that was sent to CNN indicates couriers that may have delivered the packages instead of the US Postal Service, the photograph of the bomb appears to have been taken by a non-professional instead of law enforcement, and the bombs had ‘Larry the Cable Guy’ ISIS flag parody stickers on them.
Who benefits?  The bombs take the heat off of the left, which has promoted and enacted violence against conservatives, including the shooting of Congressman Steve Scalise in 2017 where the gunman fired more than 200 rounds, Antifa’s numerous assaults against Trump supporters and destruction of property, and threatening leftist mobs that use intimidation.  Just two weeks ago, the White House, the Pentagon and Ted Cruz were the targets of ricin poison packages, yet the mainstream media downplayed the bio-attacks.
Update:  Some of the 10 pipe bombs were not even capable of being exploded, according to a new report on that cited several law enforcement officials.