“The story of its ruin is simple and obvious; and, instead of inquiring why the Roman Empire was destroyed, we should rather be surprised that it had subsisted so long. The victorious legions, who, in distant wars, acquired the vices of strangers and mercenaries, first oppressed the freedom of the republic, and afterwards violated the majesty of the purple. The emperors, anxious for their personal safety and the public peace, were reduced to the base expedient of corrupting the discipline which rendered them alike formidable to their sovereign and to the enemy; the vigor of the military government was relaxed, and finally dissolved, by the partial institutions of Constantine; and the Roman world was overwhelmed by a deluge of Barbarians.” — Edward Gibbon. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Chapter 38 “General Observations on the Fall of the Roman Empire in the West”

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More details about the bungled security setup at Donald Trump’s recent rally in Butler, Penn., have emerged to suggest that Secret Service stood down and did nothing after being notified that there was an individual with a weapon perched atop the American Glass Research facility just 150 years away from where Trump was speaking.

There’s a major shroud of mystery and unanswered questions hanging over the Trump assassination attempt, with new bizarre details coming out daily. The latest bombshell involves a mysterious ATF agent who appears to have secretly gotten involved in the case but has suddenly gone dark. Senator Ron Johnson is all over this new twist. If his findings hold water, they could blow the lid off the entire plot to kill President Trump. In short, according to Senator Johnson and his inside sources, a sniper team was the first on the roof, taking pictures of the scene and the dead shooter.

Heritage Foundation data links Trump rally shooter to mysterious Clydes Alley meetings MikeRivero

The recent data analysis from the Heritage Foundation has revealed new information about the 2024 assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump. Thomas Matthew Crooks, the man who reportedly shot Trump in the ear with an AR-15 during a rally at the Butler Farm Show in Pennsylvania, has been linked to secretive meetings, possibly with individuals from within the Secret Service and FBI, in or around Clyde’s Alley Bar. This posh establishment is just one-and-a-half blocks from the U.S. Secret Service Headquarters and the FBI Building.

After many years of accusing truth tellers of being “conspiracy theorists,” presstitutes join the ranks of conspiracy theorists.

Keith Olbermann says Trump is lying about being shot and that there is no confirmation from police or doctors that Trump was hit by a bullet.

Joy Reid (MSNBC) agrees there was no bullet. It might have been a piece of glass she said.

Olbermann was one of those who expressed the hope Trump would be assassinated. When it nearly happened, why does Olbermann deny it?

A cell phone associated with the home and work addresses of would-be assassin Thomas Matthew Crooks visited the Gallery Place building in Washington, D.C., that houses a mall and offices of the FBI, the Heritage Oversight Project reported July 22.

The Oversight Project, part of the Heritage Foundation, began a geo-location investigation hours after the July 13 attempted assassination of former President Donald J. Trump at a fairground in Butler, Pennsylvania.

(SQAUK) BUTLER COUNTY. Penn. — Matthew Crooks, the father of Thomas Mathew Crooks, the man accused of attempting to assassinate the President, was unexpectedly captured on video in the parking lot of a local supermarket. He was accompanied by a younger individual wearing a mask, a sight that indeed surprised many and further fueled speculation and intrigue surrounding this high-profile case. The viral footage shows Matthew Crooks pushing a shopping cart alongside the younger masked individual.