Other users on Twitter questioned whether a sticker, clearly containing black and white ISIS markings, meant the bomb was mailed by the terror group.
ISIS Flag on the pipe bomb. Hellooooo?
Authorities at this time have not commented on the ISIS marking.
Infowars.com reports: If true, the ISIS flag could either mean an ISIS-inspired Islamic terrorist is behind the mail bombings or the flag could be a shoddy attempt to hide the identity and true motive of the perpetrator.
The fact that all the targets of the bombings have been Democrats would suggest the latter.
Or the flag could be an attempt to claim that John Brennan and the Obama administration’s policies aided ISIS.
However, some on the right have begun to question the motive behind the attacks, with Candace Owens asserting that the timing is “suspicious” given their proximity to the mid-term elections.
Maxine Waters says that she was also targeted with a suspicious package after explosive devices were sent to prominent Democratic figures, including the Clinton’s and Barack Obama.
RT reports: The package was addressed to Waters, ABC and CNN reported, even though the US authorities did not provide any comments on the matter at first. Later, Waters herself confirmed that the package was addressed to her.
“I have been informed by US Capitol Police that my Washington, DC, office was the target of a suspicious package that has been referred to the FBI,” she said in a statement. The news came following a series of similar incidents, in which packages containing pipe bombs were sent to various US politicians as well as to a CNN office in the New York City.
Other news states a package was sent to the White House
‘Pipe bombs’ sent to White House, Clinton, Obama and CNN studio- YouTube