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I’m sure there are about as many right wingers in Baltimore as there are walking around in negative 20 degree temps at 2am in Chicago, wearing Maga hats and carrying around a pre-ties noose!They will find a right wing patsy if they don't already have one.
Even though this has a left-winger occupy wall streeter vibe to it.
With the van being blacked out (according to the article) with the pumping equipment inside it, was probably some kind of gas theft vehicle, I bet there might even be a hole cut in the bottom of the van, so they can drive it over the fills at gas stations, pop the cap and then start pumping... Then when the idiots stealing the gas figured out they had no easy way to sell the gas, they just ditched the whole thing in that parking garage.I'm not jumping to any conclusions of terrorism, probably just someone looking to cash in on the hurricane by price-gouging people for generator fuel, and now they were stuck with it?
Hope the driver had a HazMat endorsement.
Only applies to commercial vehicles. Load up your personal vehicle with as much as you want.Iirc anything over 110 gallons requires cdl and hazmat placarding. Going off memory from the mcsa regs last used around 2003. Things may have changed since then.