BREAKING! Arrest Made in Trump Assassination Plot, Hillary Connection CONFIRMED

A man was arrested on Friday for threatening President Elect Donald Trump’s life and now his inner connections are bringing out the truth behind his actions. The Daily Mail reported that the man is Dominic Puopolo and he is directly connected to Hillary and Bill Clinton. No surprise or shocker there.

He posted a video tweet that stated the following,

“This is the 16th of January 2017, I will be at the review/inauguration and I will kill President Trump, President elect Trump today.”

The Clinton’s, especially Hillary have never understood the meaning of losing with grace and dignity. Hillary Clinton gave a speech at Dominic Puopolo’s mothers funeral. She even went as far as to mention him in her comments. Clearly they have a real connection. He isn’t just some crazy follower who took the law into his own hands. Numerous photos also exist online showing the Puopolo family side by side with the Clintons.

When Bill Clinton ran for president the Puopolo family were large contributors. Along with the Clinton’s they have donated to Bill Nelson and Ted Kennedy. They were also found to have made donations to the Democratic National Committee. Democrats love to needle republicans for there donations as they did with Betsey DeVoise during her hearing for Secretary of Education. But now the tables are turned and the donations aren’t looking so great on the other end.

There ties are deep and not in the least bit superficial. When you hang around with garbage that is what you become. I can’t figure out which one was the garbage to begin with, the Puopolo’s or the Clintons. There is no explaining this controversy away. Slowly but surely the stack of bricks made of lies the Clintons built is tumbling down. London bridge is falling down… or in this case, Clinton bridge.

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