This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
An arrest was made shortly after a driver barreled a U-Haul truck into some barricades at the White House Monday night, but that did almost nothing to squelch concerns that the stunt was a set-up.
A report from Revolver News explained, "We deserve better false flags. It’s as if the FBI isn’t even trying anymore. That’s the consensus from most conservatives, who are calling 'BS' on the latest 'Nazi' stunt that unfolded in D.C., and is calling it just another poorly-orchestrated FBI psyop."
What is being reported is that the Secret Service officers detained the driver of a U-Haul box truck after the vehicle hit a White House barrier.
No injuries were claimed. And the investigation continues.
A spokesman said it appears the driver intentionally hit the security barriers, and charges are pending.
"And right on cue, a Nazi flag was pulled from the cab of the truck and perfectly laid out on the ground for everyone to see," the Revolver report said.
The driver was identified later as Sai Varshith Kandula, 19, from St. Louis and a native of India.
Revolver's report includes a comment, "Let me get this straight… so you are telling me a guy with a Nazi flag in an empty U-Haul truck randomly plowed into a White House barricade at low speeds, then gave up immediately and got arrested, and the FBI laid out the flag in front of the truck for the perfect photo op?"
The report itself said, "There are countless legit reasons why conservatives don’t buy this incident, starting with the disgraced FBI’s involvement in orchestrating the Russia Hoax, suspicions surrounding FBI’s involvement on January 6th, and the FBI’s proven involvement in the sketchy 'Whitmer kidnapping' plot, just to name a few.
"In addition, Joe Biden, who was best buddies with a KKK Grand Dragon named Robert Byrd, just delivered yet another divisive speech, where he declared 'white supremacy' was the most dangerous threat facing the United States."
According to National File, Kandula was arrested but the key feature of images after the detention included claims the attack involved a "white supremacist," and a Nazi flag was displayed on the ground next to the wreck.
Charges against the suspect were reported to be "assault with a dangerous weapon, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, threatening to kill/kidnap/inflict harm on a president, vice president, or family member, destruction of federal property, and trespassing."
The Gateway Pundit said eyewitnesses reported as soon as police arrived and arrested the driver, they "laid out the flag on the sidewalk near the truck, apparently for the media to film…"
The report openly wondered: "Internet users immediately were suspect. The only thing they found in the truck was a Nazi flag? This was too convenient for Joe Biden and the FBI’s narrative of the dreaded white supremacist threat in America. It smelled like another fed operation."