Everyone knows that the Bush faction of the Republican Party hates Donald Trump and they’ll do anything to stop him. Anything. That’s why it’s time to revisit what happened 35 years ago, when the senior George Bush almost became president by accident. Yes, we’re talking about the Reagan assassination attempt in 1981.
Could it be that way back then, Vice President George HW Bush tried to kill Reagan so he could be President? Did he want to be President that badly? At the time, lots of people suspected foul play, because Bush hated Reagan prior to the convention. They were bitter enemies during the campaign, just like Trump and Jeb Bush have been.
There are many similarities today. That’s why, in light of all the evidence that has emerged in the last 35 years, it’s time to take a fresh look at the Reagan assassination attempt – because as you will see here, one thing is almost certain: the official story is a crock.
So, let’s begin. Since it’s been 35 years, let me recap what happened. A crazed lone gunman named John Hinckley, Jr. shot President Reagan and wounded three others outside the Washington Hilton Hotel, just 70 days after he took office. Reagan almost died that day. He was in serious danger. Experts say it was truly a miracle that he survived.
At 70 years of age, he almost died of shock. His daughter, Patti Davis says, “I was afraid that he would die and that he would die without me knowing who my father really was. I knew how close to death he was. Once I got to Washington, the country didn’t know until years later.”
And Nancy Reagan added, “He was so white. I had never seen anybody so white.”
Another testimony comes from Robin Ringler, a nurse at George Washington University Hospital, who took care of Reagan. She says, “By the time my shift ended that first night, I truly wondered if I would ever see him again. He was on the verge of dying.”
Today, most Americans don’t give a single thought to the Reagan assassination attempt. They accept the official story at face value. But when you look at the videos and photos and examine the testimonies of people on the scene, a question emerges: “Did Ronald Reagan get shot by John Hinckley Jr. – or somebody else?”
Please take a few minutes to watch this short video and consider the points we make. Again, we only use the actual video footage, still photography and the testimonies from people on the scene. This is not a kooky conspiracy theory. Once we present the evidence to you, please ask yourself: “Does the official story pass your smell test?”
If it doesn’t, then perhaps the only other logical conclusion really is Bush tried to kill Reagan.
Let’s take a look.
Point number one: who was Tim McCarthy looking at when he got shot? In the famous video tapes from the three news cameras on the scene, we see everybody react as soon as the shooting starts. But look carefully, as we play this in slow motion. This is Secret Service agent, Tim McCarthy, a 6’4″, 250-pound, well-trained man. His job was to be a human shield for the President, which he performed perfectly.
But look closely at his face, especially his eyes. In an interview, he reveals that he never actually saw Hinckley:
Tim McCarthy: We were just several feet from the armored car and the President was walking with members of his staff and John Hinckley pushed himself forward and actually fired six rounds, at about 1.3 or 1.4 seconds.
Larry King: Did you see Hinckley?
McCarthy: No, I didn’t. I went I was testified before the Grand Jury on that, in that matter and I did not ever see John Hinckley. I ultimately knew where the gunshots were coming from and thought I saw some of the smoke generated by the pistol but I really never saw where John Hinckley actually pulled the trigger.
So, who was he looking at? Who did he square up to? Who did he get shot by? Remember, the official story is that he gets shot by Hinckley but the video tells a different story.
First of all, the angles are all wrong. McCarthy is looking at someone straight in front of him, as he squares up to the threat but Hinckley is over here. Plus – and this is the big clue – McCarthy’s eyes tell a much different story. Watch him again, in slow motion. He was looking at a serious threat. It appears he was looking right at whoever shot him.
Now, let’s look at Reagan’s eyes, and this Pulitzer prize-winning photograph. It shows a look of shock, horror, surprise, fear and anger flash across President Reagan’s face, as soon as the shooting starts. Please note, at this point, Reagan hasn’t been hit by anything, yet. That allegedly comes later.
So, who was he looking at? When we examine all the photos and look at everybody else’s faces, we see that a lot of other guys are looking in the same direction as President Reagan. And Reagan was looking in the same direction as Tim McCarthy. This is troubling.
So, who were they all looking at? This is key. Now, check this out.
Roughly in the spot where everyone was looking we find this guy: Hmm, a cop in uniform, looking directly at the camera, just a split second after the shots were fired and it looks like he might be reholstering his weapon. He’s certainly not behaving like a cop is he? He’s not helping, at all with the scuffle right next to him. In fact, in all of these photos, he keeps looking at the camera.
Check these out: Guilty people look around to see if they were caught on camera and after this he just disappears. We don’t know anything about him – but in the video, we see how the late Michael Deaver appears to walk right between Tim McCarthy and where this cop was standing. It seems Deaver almost got his head blown off. No wonder we see Deaver and another guy crouching behind the limo in shock. And what are they doing? They’re staring at the camera, not the action.
And here, we see a young man staring at the cop with his mouth open, as if he’s thinking, “What did I just see?” By this time, Reagan gets shoved into the limo by a Secret Service agent, the late Jerry Parr – and this is where the story takes a lot of bizarre turns.
In fact, there’s too much to cover in this video, that’s why I’ve written a book on the subject, where I reveal who really shot Reagan. My book exposes the Reagan assassination attempt and coverup in a way that tears the official story to shreds. You’ll discover shocking new information and reach conclusions that no one has ever considered before.
Most of all, you’ll learn why this “ancient history” event from 35 years ago is very relevant today, with Donald Trump in danger of being bushwhacked at the Republican convention. The American people need to know the truth.