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New York Times Fantasizes About Trump Assassination in New Article

How on earth did anyone think that this was a good idea?

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In what could be one of the most poorly timed political pieces ever published, the New York Times went there.

A grand reckoning seems to be perched on the American horizon today, after a number of mail bombs were discovered targeting prominent globalists, as well as CNN and actor Robert DeNiro.  With the mainstream media having fully pushed the possibility of a “New Civil War” in recent weeks, there seems to be little doubt that this is just the latest chapter in that torrid tale.

Amid this very real and very frightening tumult, we have the media polarizing at a rapid pace,  growing unstable and more hyperbolic by the minute.  This is undoubtedly a dangerous combination, and it could take every bit of our humanity to reclaim America from the depths of this depravity.

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What the New York Times published this week certainly didn’t help.

The New York Times published a short story about assassinating President Donald Trump Tuesday just one day before “potential explosive devices” showed up at the addresses of multiple political figures including former President Barack Obama.

The New York Times asked novelists “to conjure possible outcomes” to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election for a Tuesday piece.

English thriller novelist Zoë Sharp wrote the short story, titled “How It Ends,” about a Russian assassin on a suicide mission who receives help from a Secret Service agent to kill Trump. A character who is working with the Russians in the story implies that Trump “was handpicked at the highest possible level” and must be silenced.

And it gets worse:

In the story, the Russian assassin’s gun misfires when he rushes the president, but Secret Service agents do not shoot him.

“The Secret Service agent stood before him, presenting his Glock, butt first,” Sharp wrote. “‘Here,’ the agent said politely. ‘Use mine. …’”

It was only hours later that the Secret Service was intercepting bombs sent to prominent democratic voices and leaders.

 

 

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