San Antonio man says he's the driver of the truck 'right behind' Biden campaign bus in I-35 incident

Videos of Donald Trump supporters swarming a Joe Biden campaign bus on Interstate 35 in Hays County have flooded social media since the Friday caravan. Among the videos to emerge is footage of a black Ford F-150 hitting a support SUV for the bus. In a now-deleted Facebook post, Eliazar Cisneros, of San Antonio, claimed to be the driver of the truck.

Cisneros appears to have deactivated his Facebook page Monday afternoon, but in one of his last posts, he identified himself as “the truck right behind the bus.” An earlier video posted by Cisneros purportedly shows him parking a black F-150 on the side of a road to support the Trump caravan. RELATED: S.A. election updates: 127,000 drive-thru Harris County votes still stand, federal judge rules

Texas congressional candidate and former state senator Wendy Davis was a passenger on the bus, according to the Texas Tribune. On his now-deleted Facebook page, Cisneros listed himself as a San Antonio College student and used a photo with Republican U.S.

Rep. Dan Crenshaw as his profile picture. Cisneros, 48, has also lived in Utah and Florida, according to public records.

On Sunday, the FBI released a short statement about the highway skirmish saying it was “aware of the incident and investigating.” Trump, who praised the caravan with an “I LOVE TEXAS” tweet on Saturday, addressed the situation again on Monday, saying the agency was not investigating.

“This story is FALSE. They did nothing wrong.

But the ANTIFA Anarchists, Rioters and Looters, who have caused so much harm and destruction in Democrat run cities, are being seriously looked at,” his tweet reads. In a statement sent to the San Marcos Daily Record, the San Marcos Police Department said it’s unclear who was at fault in the collision, and calls made to the driver of the SUV have gone unanswered. The driver of the F-150 has not contacted police, the department said.

“Since SMPD has not spoken to either driver at this time, additional investigation will be required to fully ascertain who was at fault,” the police department said.

Madalyn Mendoza covers news and puro pop culture for MySA.com | mmendoza@mysa.com | @maddyskye

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