Certainly, Donald Trump’s presidency has not been the most peaceful of times for the Secret Service, with threats accumulating at an unprecedented pace in these first few months.
Not only have we been subjected to true, physical threats at the White House, with fence jumpers and the like, but the democratic “resistance” to Trump’s first term has been wildly belligerent. The publicity stunts performed by the likes of Kathy Griffin, Snoop Dogg, and more have given the rest of Hollywood a free pass to create their own Trump assassination pornography. Of course, Hollywood’s liberal fanbase has taken this obsession with the death of the Donald to the extreme, with violent outbursts at Trump rallies, riots in California to silence conservative voices, and the attempted assassination of several republican congressmen by Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer James T. Hodgkinson.
Beyond the crazed liberals and democratically-inspired anarchists, Trump has yet another enemy to consider in Washington, and according to Dr. Ron Paul, this could be his most fearsome opponent yet.
“If there’s one thing we can all say about Ron Paul, it’s that he knows how to get headlines, and he always seems to be calling Donald Trump onto the proverbial carpet. This isn’t to say that the President shouldn’t be criticized — to the contrary, the very nature of democracy demands that we call our leaders to the carpet. However, did Ron Paul go too far with this comment about Donald Trump?
“According to The Daily Sheeple, Ron Paul — a former Congressman — made the bold declaration about Donald Trump on what would have been JFK’s 100th birthday.
“Paul issued the statement on his Facebook page, presumably as a response to Rep. Al Green (D-TX) and his call for Trump’s impeachment, according to the outlet.
“’Kennedy angered the Deep State, National Security establishment when he negotiated with Russia to end above-ground nuclear testing, promised to remove American troops from South Vietnam, and began secret talks to end the Cold War with Russia and Cuba. If history repeats itself, Trump is apparently treading on thin ice from members within his own government. If Kennedy was assassinated by nefarious secret government entities within the Deep State, that same apparatus may come after Trump, too.’”
Paul’s insinuation harkens not only to the great divide in our current political landscape, but also acts to consolidate the long-held theory that Kennedy was done in by forces working well within Washington’s confines.
Donald Trump is a unique and unconventional political , as as Kennedy in some ways. Certainly, there are enormous differences between the two, but one striking similarity is that both men were elected from outside the establishment – Trump more so than JFK. If what Ron Paul says is even remotely based in truth, the story of the “deep state”, global elites, and other Alex Jones-level conspiracies could very well reveal themselves as Trump continues to barge his way through the D.C. status quo during his first term.