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January 25, 2017  

The Conspiracy Guy #9: The President-Elect evaded assassination during his inauguration, but not for lack of trying. Additional evidence has emerged that reinforced my expectation that he would be taken out. Melania made a great impression and has even drawn comparisons with Jackie for style and fashion. His inaugural speech was an uncompromising declaration of war upon the D.C. establishment, as Gary North and Paul Craig Roberts have observed. While its former Director, John Brennan, may be gone, the agency has had 70 years to entrench itself within the government and the mainstream media, where, were there truth in labeling, "CNN" ought to be designated instead "CIA". Trump will be the President of the United States most subject to attempted assassinations. The Brewhaha over attendance at the inauguration represents yet another instance of the mainstream press' ongoing war, where Sean Spicer was right insofar as (1) the photo comparisons were using pre-inauguration images in contrast to those taken at the time of the event and (2) world-wide coverage via television meant that this was the most widely viewed inauguration in history. The Women's March turns out to have been heavily funded by George Soros, who's interference in the political activities of other nations makes him a prime candidate for prosecution under The Logan Act, unlike Mike Flynn, who was making conventional contact with his Russian counterpart on the same day that Obama sent 35 Russian diplomats packing on the basis of fabricated claims of "Russian hacking" compounded by a fake "Russian dossier" about The Donald.

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