Cesar Sayoc, the Florida man arrested and charged with five federal crimes for mailing pipe bombs to Democrats and news organizations, used his Twitter account to post pro-Trump conspiracy theories and threaten Democratic leaders, according to The Daily Beast.
The 56-year-old Sayoc's Twitter account, @hardrock2016, and his Facebook page were both littered with pictures and videos of him wearing Trump 2016 gear, attending rallies holding signs with anti-CNN memes, and posting far-right conspiracy theories or violent threats towards prominent Trump critics.
One of his favorite people to post about was the billionaire and Democratic donor George Soros, a frequent target of alt-right, anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, according to another Daily Beast piece. Soros was the recipient of one of the bombs Sayoc sent through the mail.
Sayoc even tweeted "you will vanish" in a tweet he directed at Soros.
Soros was certainly not the only one whom Sayoc posted about on social media.
He also tweeted false claims that the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida was a false flag operation orchestrated by liberals and that David Hogg, a survivor of that shooting, was a crisis actor.
His account often posted angry messages at Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, whose name was listed as the return address on the mail bombs.