Cliff Kincaid
Trump’s life is in grave danger
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By Cliff Kincaid
June 6, 2024

As a birthday present, my son gave me the book Surprise, Kill, Vanish: The Secret History Of CIA Paramilitary Armies, Operators, And Assassins, about how the Intelligence Community eliminates enemies of the United States. I immediately thought of their current enemy – former President Trump. If they can kill people abroad, why not at home? And then I thought of Clinton Deputy White House counsel Vincent Foster. whose dead body was dumped in a public park after he obtained documents regarding NSA surveillance procedures and practices.

The book was published in 2019. Today, Trump is perceived as the main enemy of the Intelligence Community, and the element of that “community” that was armed and ready for violence in the raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home was the FBI.

After that raid took place and it was revealed that the use of force was authorized, Biden officials went into damage control, insisting they did not want to kill Trump. I don’t believe them.

Eric Trump has told the cable channel Newsmax that his father’s political enemies would like to see “real harm” done to his father because nothing else is working. Claims like this are quickly dismissed by the major media, and Special Counsel Jack Smith wants President Trump gagged in his federal documents case for saying that the Department of Justice wants to kill him.

Standing by his father, Eric Trump said “they would love to see real physical harm done to him. And it pains me to say that.”

I usually don’t quote Tucker Carlson, since he veers into tangents like UFOs and seems to have a visceral hatred of Ukraine, but his comments about threats to kill Trump do make sense. He said of the anti-Trump campaign, “If you begin with criticism, then you go to protest, then you go to impeachment, now you go to indictment and none of them work…. What’s next? Graph it out. We are speeding towards assassination obviously.... They have decided that’s there’s something about Trump that’s so threatening to them, they just can’t have it.”

What is that “something” that these sinister forces find so threatening?

One might think the Secret Service would protect the former president. But former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino added his voice to the chorus, airing a podcast titled “Speeding Towards Assassination?” He may know something we don’t.

Nobody knows the use of political assassinations better than one of Tucker’s interview subjects, former KGB colonel and now Russian President Vladimir Putin. Annie Jacobsen’s book, Surprise, Kill, Vanish: The Secret History Of CIA Paramilitary Armies, Operators, And Assassins, has a section on the how the KGB carries out assassinations.

For Americans, the issue is whether domestic political assassinations have occurred in the past. There are many such cases, including the Lincoln assassination, but in the current political environment one stands out – the 1993 murder of Clinton White House lawyer Vincent Foster.

It is significant that Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign had alluded to the “fishy” nature of the “suicide in the park” finding about Foster’s death. The Washington Post, a mouthpiece for the CIA, was quick to publish a story in rebuttal, entitled “No, Donald Trump, there’s nothing ‘fishy’ about Vince Foster’s suicide.”

We know he was shot but not where Foster was murdered and how his body was moved to Fort Marcy Park. We also don’t know the complete list of federal intelligence agencies which had a role in the murder and/or cover-up. But the work of Attorney John H. Clarke, grand jury witness Patrick Knowlton, researcher Hugh Turley, and AIM founder Reed Irvine provided the evidence that Foster was murdered. Knowlton was harassed and pressured by federal agents to change his story to conform to the narrative that Foster drove himself to the park and killed himself.

Knowlton, who had been at Fort Marcy Park where Foster’s body was found, had testified that Foster’s car was not at the park.

Bringing this case up-to-date, to understand the significance of Foster’s death and the power of those engaged in a cover-up, we must learn a lesson from what has happened since then, after Trump beat Hillary in 2016 in a shocker and then his re-election campaign in 2020 was derailed.

The only rational explanation for the suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story during the 2020 campaign is that U.S. intelligence agencies are in command and control of our political system and that Joe Biden and/or members of the Biden family are their agents or assets. That includes Hunter Biden, now on trial.

These are the same intelligence agencies featured in Jacobsen’s book about how they make their targets die or disappear.

As reluctant as we may be to face facts, the conclusion is the Intelligence Community controls our political and corporate and social media organizations and functions in a realm that is clearly above the law. Hence, the appropriate term “Deep State.” They will lie, as we saw in their statement dismissing the Hunter Biden laptop as Russian propaganda. The suppression of the story, now coming out years later in the Hunter Biden trial, was part of a plan to swing the 2020 election away from Trump and toward Biden. It worked.

A trial of Hunter Biden on gun charges doesn’t address the deeper issue of armed federal agencies engaging in military-style operations, such as the raid on Trump’s home, and when they are used (and by whom) to intimidate or even kill their domestic enemies.

What we know is that Trump is back, and he threatens their power. It was Senator Chuck Schumer, the Senate Democratic leader, who once questioned why Trump would fight the intelligence agencies, saying “they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you.” What followed was Russia-gate using Russian disinformation paid for by Hillary. Perhaps she was alarmed that Trump would seriously investigate the “fishy” Foster death.

The U.S. Secret Service intercepted a letter with the words, “If it doesn't work, I will find a better recipe,” addressed to President Trump, and the person who sent the letter, Pascale Ferrier, was apprehended and charged and later pleaded guilty to threatening to kill Trump by using the poison Ricin. There was no way that Attorney General Merrick Garland could sweep this case under the rug. Fernier was sentenced to almost 22 years in prison.

Ricin and Novichok are poisons known to be used by the remnants of the Soviet KGB.

Whether this was a bumbling fool who just got caught or whether it was a trial run for what could happen to Trump remains to be seen.

What we do know is that powerful entities are determined to keep him out of the Oval Office.

In the Foster case, we must assume the reason for Foster’s murder was something very big to require the ongoing cover-up by the Deep State. We know that Foster was called the man who knew too much and had knowledge of various Clinton scandals, including Travelgate, the Waco tragedy, and possibly some illegal activities involving national security. His secretary has testified he had access to mysterious binders associated with the NSA, the agency that conducts mass surveillance, ostensibly for the purpose of monitoring terrorists and foreign agents, but which can also gather information to blackmail people to do their bidding.

Trump did not do their bidding. Therefore, he is a target.

Since the Foster death, of course, another high-profile figure, Jeffrey Epstein, met the same fate.

Forget about Stormy Daniels and Trump’s “felony conviction” on trivial bookkeeping matters. The sex scandals involving Epstein are far more troubling. But Attorney General Merrick Garland shows no inclination to get to the bottom of Epstein's “suicide.”

The Stormy Daniels sideshow pales in comparison to the failure by the media to explore the high-level contacts of Jeffrey Epstein, whose victims described how their sexual encounters with the rich and famous were taped for blackmail purposes.

Do the Russians and the Chinese have those tapes? If they did, that would explain a lot about America’s ruling class and those in the White House today.

We do know that the “prestigious” Council on Foreign Relations counted Jeffrey Epstein among its prominent members.

Billionaires like Bill Gates associated with Epstein after he was convicted of sex crimes. Clearly, Epstein seemed “respectable” to the movers and shakers in New York and Washington, D.C.

The best book on the topic—A Convenient Death—by Alana Goodman and Daniel Halper, makes it clear that homosexuality, blackmail, and extortion were behind his initial acquisition of wealth and power. Yes, that’s right – he was gay, too.

Eventually, like Foster, he became a man who knew too much.

Trump, having served four years in office, knows a lot as well. He is a real threat to those holding some very sensitive state secrets. He may have had some of them stored at Mar-a-Lago. And that explains why they raided his home and were prepared to kill him.

Just because he wasn’t home and his life was spared doesn’t mean they won’t try again. These are very dangerous times.

  • Cliff Kincaid is president of America’s Survival, Inc, www.usasurvival.org

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