Some stupid with a camera burned the place to the ground. Smoke and the mirrors; a fire in his eye. This is Inauguration Day 2017. Welcome to it.
A Florida man is currently under arrest in an alleged assassination plot that you’d think was from a movie and CNN still ENCOURAGES the scenario
With a few red signs and some recent arrests we have a reason to sweat. On November 5, 2016, President-Elect Donald Trump was quickly whisked off the stage following an estranged escapade at a Trump rally in Nevada. Kellyanne Conway suggested, “If you’re Don Jr. and you’re on a live TV set while you’re watching this unfold, it’s pretty rattling to think of what may have happened to your father, so I’ll excuse him that.”
“First of all, that’s really remarkable, I have to say, that that’s what the story line is here.” Conway continued to praise her Donald Trump for immediately returning to the stage following the usual stage drama found at Trump’s events. Was it a real attempt on his life? Or a mere dose of controversy to consume headlines and douse Hillary Clinton’s exposure…
While it was only a scare on behalf on Mr. Trump, this event in November 2016 lured the embers out of the proverbial fire. Roughly 15 hours prior to your access of this content today, TMZ reported that a Florida man was apprehended following some fringy social media campaign to declare an assassination attempt on Trump’s life:
“Miami Beach PD arrested Dominic Puopolo Tuesday at a Subway restaurant. He had recorded and tweeted a video on Monday … saying he intended to go to Washington D.C. on Friday and kill Trump. He said he was “following orders” and challenged the Secret Service to stop him.
Puopolo also referred to himself as Lord Jesus Christ.”
Domonic Puopolo’s arrest immediately surfaced after a CNN broadcast that telegraphed an attempt on Trump’s life. Check out Warner Todd Huston’s article at Breitbart.com:
“On the Wednesday, January 18 broadcast of CNN’s The Situation Room, host Wolf Blitzer aired a segment with a chyron featuring the headline “Developing Now.” During that “developing” segment, Blitzer and correspondent Brian Todd discussed what would happen if the unthinkable occurred on January 20.
Blitzer introduced the segment, saying, “What if an incoming president and his immediate successors were wiped out on day one?” and from there, CNN contributor Brian Todd took over to outline the line of succession if an attack blew up the inaugural dais, killing both Trump and Pence…So while most of the country is looking to enjoy the day’s events and waiting expectantly to hear what our new president will have to say for his first address as our leader, CNN is wondering what will happen if he is assassinated.”
The article later championed the concept of current President Barack Obama remaining in the White House.
You would be intrigued to find that an additional November broadcast from CNN‘s race-baiting extraordinaire Don Lemon played the assassination of Ronald Reagan for no apparent reason in the midst of a panel’s conversation on the possibility of Trump catching lead during the inauguration. Keep in mind that Lemon is particularly well known for CNN crew’s paid protesters, and a rare immunity to tear gas during broadcasts covering the Michael Brown “riots” from Ferguson, Missouri (2014).
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