Wednesday, May 25, 2016

33 | New York Times journalist joked that Trump campaign would end with assassination February 2016


Jokes = 1+6+2/11+5+1/10 = 15/33
Jokes = 10+15+11+5+19 = 60 (Conspiracy)



http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2016/02/25/new-york-times-writer-jokes-trump-campaign-ends-with-assassination-attempt/

I did not know about these stories before...

People are telling me Fox News reported an assassination attempt that was stopped in New Mexico on May 23, but I cannot find evidence of this.  Multiple people have reported it was broadcast on Fox News TV the day of May 23, 2016.

5 comments:

  1. If such a story existed, it's been well scrubbed.

    But here is something else I found.
    http://www.npr.org/2016/04/22/475172438/donald-trump-and-george-wallace-riding-the-rage

    It's an NPR story from 5/22 comparing Trump to Wallace.


    donald trump and george wallace riding the rage -- 396/198/2093

    Is Donald Trump A Modern-Day George Wallace -- 380/164/2407

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  2. I'd noticed a lot of people calling for Trump's assassination. Apparently, it's a 'thing' now to do so with regularity when discussing rivals. Anywho... after much searching, I agree with Ed that if the story existed, it's been scrubbed. What I did notice was that one could almost find daily, nay... maybe even hourly... reference to people calling for assassination of Trump. As for the 'assassination' attempts on Trump, I've also noticed the same to be true. It is said an 'assassination attempt' was made on him in Ohio... but really, it seemed more like simple assault (someone threw something?). I'm not even sure if a credible event would be reported accurately this way or if it would just be said "attempted assassination."
    I guess what I'm saying here is that you could pick nearly any day/hour and find someone threatening his life and/or calling for his death. I saw a reference to someone offering up a "dead or alive" $100 mil 'bounty'. We no longer live in a 'civil' society, so making these types of connections based on 'talk' or even action... might be difficult.

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  3. Wallace was famous for...
    "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever" in the English Reduction system equals 278 (2 x 139)or (1+5+7+9+5+7+1+2+9+6+5+0+5+6+5+0+1+5+7+9+5+7+1+2+9+6+5+0+2+6+4+6+9+9+6+5+0+1+5+7+9+5+7+1+2+9+6+5+0+6+6+9+5+4+5+9), which reduces to 17, which reduces to 8

    "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever" in the English Ordinal system equals 638 (2 x 11 x 29) or
    (19+5+7+18+5+7+1+20+9+15+14+0+14+15+23+0+19+5+7+18+5+7+1+20+9+15+14+0+20+15+13+15+18+18+15+23+0+19+5+7+18+5+7+1+20+9+15+14+0+6+15+18+5+22+5+18), which reduces to 17, which reduces to 8

    "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever" in the English Gematria system equals 3968 (2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 31)
    (100+5+7+90+5+7+1+200+9+60+50+0+50+60+500+0+100+5+7+90+5+7+1+200+9+60+50+0+200+60+40+60+90+90+60+500+0+100+5+7+90+5+7+1+200+9+60+50+0+6+60+90+5+400+5+90), which reduces to 26, which reduces to 8

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  4. Ive noticed Michelle Obama being photographed with turnips alot lately for some healthy campaign she's doing, right now with Trump in headlines.
    Trump
    Turnip
    Turn up for what
    Turn up for Trump

    Programming

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  5. Names are so deliberate. Think of how often Trump is photographed with his mouth hanging open and all red in the face. He mimics an actually Trumpet.
    They also like to run pics of protesters holding their signs in such a way to make it look like it reads "Triumph" I've noticed that several times now.

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