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Multiple Threats in One Week...Deep State Becoming Desperate?

Updated: Oct 23, 2020

As things heat up with the deep state cabal, their desperation of losing the upcoming election against President Trump is increasing in intensity. Not to mention, with the Durham Investigation having issued their first criminal action against Kevin Clinesmith, the level of panic has gone into high gear. There have been several strange threats that have occurred this past week involving President Trump. I recognize the President is well insulated, but it is becoming concerning.

On Monday evening August 10, 2020, a man was shot by a Secret Service Officer outside the White House grounds, as President Trump was holding a nationally televised news conference. The president was quickly ushered away from the podium.

Source: The Guardian

A uniformed officer was approached just before 6 p.m. at the corner of 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, just blocks from the White House, and told the officer he had a weapon. He then moved aggressively toward the officer and appeared ready to fire before the officer shot him once, Sullivan said.

The man has been identified as Ex-Dayton Ohio man Myron Berryman, 51. Before the shooting, Berryman had been shouting that he was going to kill people, according to the officials familiar with the matter. He has been charged with one count of assault on a police officer, and has been hospitalized. Reports indicate he has since been released from hospital. No weapon was found after Berryman was shot, according to the charging documents. Dorsey said Berryman was initially charged with a felony, but now faces a misdemeanor charge. A background check revealed that Berryman previously lived in Dayton, and then later in Maryland and Wheeling, West Virginia. On Wednesday August 12, 2020 an incident happened, prompting the FBI to investigate the shooting of a Military Helicopter in Virginia, which injured one passenger.

The crew members aboard the UH-1N Huey Helicopter, assigned to the 1st Helicopter Squadron at Joint Base Andrews, were on a routine training mission when the helicopter was struck by a bullet, the Air Force said in a statement. The helicopter was about 10 miles (16 kilometers) northwest of the airport, near Middleburg, and was flying about 1,000 feet (300 meters) above the ground when it was hit, according to officials. The squadron transports senior military and civilian leaders, along with high-ranking dignitaries.

Joint Base Andrews, located in suburban Maryland, is home to the Presidential aircraft Air Force One.

The initial findings of the investigation show that the helicopter was struck by a bullet, causing some damage to the aircraft, though it landed safely. The injured crew member has since been released from hospital. On Saturday, August 15, 2020 NORAD fighter jets intercepted a small plane near President Trump's Bedminster Country Club, where President Trump was located with meetings scheduled.  The single-engine plane was not responding to communication. “The U.S. fighter jets intercepted the single engine RV-7 aircraft after the plane entered restricted air space near President Donald Trump’s Bedminster golf club. According to NORAD, the jets fired flares and escorted the plane to a nearby airport.” According to reports, The President was not in danger and the security of the complex was maintained throughout," the Secret Service said in a statement following the incident.  

The plane was reportedly escorted to Braden Field in Pennsylvania. The Secret Service says an investigation of the airspace violation is pending. Witnesses are Reporting that AF1 was nearly hit by a drone, while descending to Joint Base Andrews last evening. President Trump was returning to the White House on August 16, 2020, after having spent the weekend in New Jersey when the drone was sighted by those on board.

Drone sightings have occasionally disrupted operations at major airports

The FAA receives thousands of reports per year in which drones fly too close to other aircraft or operate in restricted areas. Most of the reports come from pilots.

Thankfully, no harm resulted from this incident.

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