There have been a lot of reports on activities and assassination threats against President-elect Donald Trump and against his inauguration. However, I’m amazed at how brazen people have become, so much to the point that this Clinton family friend, Dominic Puopolo, went on camera and threatened, “I’m going to kill Donald Trump.”
“Yes, I’ll be at the review stand at the inauguration and I’m going to kill President-elect Trump. What are you going to do about it, Secret Service?” said Puopolo.
He then added that he has four children with three wives and that his other name is “the Lord, Jesus Christ. What are you going to do about it? I challenge you. This is not the way. I am following orders.”
Whose orders? Demons? The Clintons? Someone else?
Puopolo, a 51 year-old Florida resident, was arrested on Tuesday after he videoed himself issuing the threat to assassinate Donald Trump and tweeted it out on Twitter.
Lily Dane and Melissa Dykes inform us that this man is not just some citizen of the US, but rather he is closely tied to the Clintons. Here’s what they discovered:
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Puopolo is a member of a prominent northeast family that is close to Bill and Hillary Clinton.
He reportedly lost his mother on Sept. 11, 2001. According to her obituary, Sonia Mercedes Morales Puopolo, 58, died on September 11 on American Airlines Flight 11. She was described as “an internationally recognized leader in philanthropy and politics as well as a patron of the arts, devoted herself to enriching the lives of others.” Her obituary also says, “With her husband, Dominic, Mrs. Puopolo contributed significantly to the Democratic Party and was a top backer of the election efforts of former president Bill Clinton and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.”
According to The Daily Mail, she was sitting two seats away from terrorist Mohammad Atta.
The story takes an even more bizarre turn: Workers at the World Trade Center site miraculously found Sonia Morales’ hand — with her wedding band still on it — 11 months after 9/11 and returned the band to her daughter, Sonia Tita Puopolo. The ring is said to have been found unaffected, buried under 1.6 million tons of smoldering steel, rubble, and rock that had laid on top of it all that time.
Hillary Clinton personally delivered her eulogy… where Puopolo sat two seats away from Clinton.
Hillary Clinton sits with the Puopolo family at the funeral of Dominic Puopolo’s mother Sonia
Puopolo once posted a photo of himself holding an image of his mother in front of a wall that sports a picture of him with Colin Powell and a famous shot of Ronald Reagan. Puopolo has published a number of pictures of outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry, whom he calls a friend.
Dominic Puopolo posted this picture of President Clinton with his sister Sonia (left) and his mother Sonia, who was killed in one of the planes that flew into the World Trade Center
The family is also known in political circles for its generosity toward Democratic organizations and candidates:
The threat suspect, according to federal elections records, gave $20,000 to the Democratic National Committee in 1996. He also contributed to Kerry and deceased Sen. Ted Kennedy in the mid-1990s. His name popped up again in contributions in 2006 when he gave $4,000 to Florida Sen. Bill Nelson’s campaign.
His sister Sonia gave $4,000 to Hillary Clinton’s various campaigns.
Dominic’s sister Sonia has been close with the Clintons ever since.
She is well-known for writing a book about her mother’s ring called Sonia’s Ring.
Is Puopolo Hillary’s John Hinckley Jr.?
It is well known the Hinckley family had close ties the Bushes, and John Hinckley Jr. (who was recently freed after 34 years in prison) attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan.
Now we have a man who has copious ties directly to the Clintons threatening to assassinate President-elect Donald Trump.
The Daily Mail reports that there is evidence that Puopolo was the target of mental health court proceedings in 2016, although the details have not been made public.
So what happened to him? This man obviously wasn’t always like this. Vanguard reports,
Dominic Puopolo previously wrote for NBC Dateline that he traveled to Germany for the trial of Mounir el Motassadeq, convicted of the 9/11 attacks, because he was “moved to protect our country and seek justice against our enemy”.
His Twitter account @jesuschrist1701, where the video threat against Donald Trump was first posted, is home to dozens if not hundreds of Tweets directly to the CIA and many sound like they are were sent out by a crazy person in some kind of military code. His first Tweet on the account appears to be dated September 21, 2016.
Here he is week ago telling the CIA to “be prepared to avoid the inauguration” and asking them “let me contact my family… just monitor my feed”:
It’s like he believes he is on or training for a mission.
He directly refers to himself as God and Jesus multiple times.
https://twitter.com/jesuschrist1701/status/780820483394580480The man is displaying hallmarks of what some people would call schizophrenia and paranoid delusions for sure… but he’s also displaying characteristics of what others would call a “targeted individual”.
“My soul is what you have taken from me…”
https://twitter.com/jesuschrist1701/status/779906986553053184This one references assassinated Egyptian president Anwar Sadat:
“Operation Reciprocities Reciprocities biologically weak subjects found no way 2 stop impulse to kill God only answer is all evil I am ok Anwar Sadat Lets make deal swap”
https://twitter.com/jesuschrist1701/status/779783061701550084This goes on and on. The man managed to send out 11,700 Tweets in just a few months. Puopolo also regularly Tweets out pictures of clocks, like he’s checking in. Sometimes he even names names.
He also told police he is homeless… but he used to donate tens of thousands to the Clintons and obviously has money and a cell phone to make videos, send Tweets and eat at Subway.
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