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Steroids, stripping, stealing from Home Depot, bashing Grandma: Cesar Altieri Sayoc was just another average typical Trump supporter

October 27, 2018

Photo illustration: Breitbart

Cesar Altieri Sayoc, just your average run-of-the mill Trump supporter.

After all, don’t all the deplorables have careers just like this? From Heavy:

Sayoc used to dream of becoming a professional wrestler. Instead, he found work as a professional stripper. Back in the 1990s, according to event promoter Tony Valentine, Sayoc was “running around the country” taking jobs as a stripper. Valentine hired him for some stripping jobs in Ohio; Sayoc also worked in Minnesota, the Carolinas, and Florida. “He really couldn’t find his niche in life, and I guess he found it now,” Valentine told the Washington Examiner. “Back in the ’90s, he was running around from Minnesota to the Carolinas to Florida. He was like a gypsy.” Sayoc later described himself on his LinkedIn page as the “choreographer” of a male stripping show as well as of burlesque shows in the Miami-area. He also called himself a former cage fighter….

Sayoc was arrested for steroid possession back in 2004. His cousin also told NBC News that Sayoc had taken “too many steroids” in his day. The cousin, who asked not to be identified, said that the steroids might have affected Sayoc’s brain. “He’s always been a little bit of a loose cannon. He’s always been a lost soul. Too many steroids in his day. That stuff will melt your brain,” the cousin said.

So typical of the average Trump voter!

And we all know that your typical MAGA hat-wearer has an arrest record as long as Melania Trump’s legs:

Sayoc was arrested on drug charges in 2004. He was accused of possession steroids with intent to sell, and pleaded no contest. In 2014, he again pleaded “no contest” to charges of battery on a merchant and third-degree grand theft. He was accused of stealing copper pipes from a Home Depot in Hollywood, Florida. He was later sentenced to probation. In 2009, Sayoc was charged with operating without a valid license, not having insurance and not having a tag light and was fined after pleading guilty to the misdemeanor charges….

In 2002, he was charged with making a bomb threat in Dade County, Florida, when he threatened to blow up a power company if he turned off his electricity. According to the police report, Sayoc called Florida Power and Light and warned them that “it could be worse than September 11” if he lost his power. He threatened to blow up the company and also threatened the company’s representative with physical harm.

Sayoc was sentenced to one year of probation, and prosecutors agreed to dismiss charges after he completed probation in 2003.

In 1994, a woman named Violet Altieri filed a complaint accusing Sayoc of domestic violence. She later filed a request to withdraw the complaint. Violet Altieri appears to be Cesar’s grandmother.

In 1991, Sayoc was charged with third-degree grand theft, a felony. He pleaded guilty that same year and was sentenced to two years of probation.

Selling steroids, bashing grandma. stealing copper pipes from Home Depot. Yup, really typical.

But what I love best about Sayoc is the last job he was holding down before the Bensonhurst cugine/Filipino freedom fighter/Seminole Indian activist (although, like “Cherokee” Elizabeth Warren, not recognized as a tribe member) was arrested on Oct. 26 for allegedly trying to mail fake pipe bombs to Democrats.

Sayoc was working for what must be the worst strip club in the Sunshine State. Read the lone Yelp review of the Ultra Gentlemen’s Club, 312 South Congress Avenue, West Palm Beach:

Where do I begin…my wife and I tried this place out. $10 cover each which I guess is average. We arrived about 11:30pm and found a table to sit. After ignored for twenty minutes, we finally flagged down a manager, who got us a waitress. That was the last time we were spoken to. The dancers were sub par and appeared to not care at all. When they were off stage, they all sat around smoking cigarettes. None seemed to mingle with the clients. We chose this place because they said they had private VIP rooms. We couldn’t get anyone’s attention to get a dance. The place was dirty and smoke filled. We stayed less than an hour, and that was only because we paid $20 to get in. Never again…

While I seriously doubt that Yelp reviewer “Matthew K.” was actually with his wife that night, his summation of the Ultra scene that night matches that of “Steve H.” at Mapquest;

Has steadily declined over the past 10 years. I used to go 4-5 times a week; now about twice a year. Even that’s too much. Girls(?) now are rather old and homely.
They constantly bug you, wanting a dance or to buy them a drink. But Damn! most of them I wouldn’t touch if they paid me!

And “Steve” ought to know!

The Ultra might be a dump, but it’s just a few blocks down the road in West Palm Beach from…the Trump International Golf Club!

So I’m starting to wonder if the president himself wasn’t in on Sayoc’s alleged pipe-bomb caper. After all, Sayoc was a really, really typical Trump supporter–and all his bomb targets just happened to be Trump’s political enemies. Aren’t you, too, starting to suspect “collusion”?

Posted by Charlotte Allen

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