Liberals seem to be juggling quite a few smears against conservatives as the race for 2016 kicks off. Do you believe President Obama loves America? Why are you putting America’s security at risk over the president’s executive amnesty? And don’t the Crusades prove that all religions, including Christians, have their violent extremists?

And now the Department of Homeland Security purports to have a new intelligence assessment on “sovereign citizen extremist violence.”

It’s a roundabout way of getting to the topic at hand, but while the much-hyped #NAACPBombing turned out to be anything but, the burning of two ROTC vans at Kent State University in Ohio early morning Monday certainly doesn’t sound like the work of a right winger.

Fox 8 News reports:

A spokesperson for Kent State University tells FOX 8 News that two ROTC vans were damaged by fire. It happened just after 2:30 a.m. Monday in the R3 Terrace lot at Kent.

The spokesperson tells FOX 8 that arson is suspected. The ROTC buildings on both Kent State and Youngstown State University are on lockdown due to a heightened security risk and all ROTC students at both Kent State and Youngstown State University are being told not to wear their uniforms until further notice, as a safety precaution.

Investigators are looking for anyone with an “unusual interest” in the case. Perhaps Attorney General Eric Holder will arrive on scene, then; as the Daily Caller reported, in 1970, Columbia University freshman Holder “participated in a five-day occupation of an abandoned Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) headquarters with a group of black students later described by the university’s Black Students’ Organization as “armed.”

The Daily Caller continues, “The ROTC headquarters was ultimately renamed the Malcolm X lounge as the SAAS organization demanded. It later became a hang-out spot for another future U.S. leader, Barack Obama.”