Saturday, April 14th, 2012 | Posted by Gordon Duff
Hotel Caribe, Cartagena, Columbia
Was Presidential Detail Penetrated by an Assassin?
Cartagena, Columbia (VT) The story, one a child wouldn’t believe, is that our Secret Service and Army advance teams, those that arrange for presidential security, were arrested for failing to pay one or more whores for “services rendered.”
The real deal is very probably this: At least one of the members of the presidential detail is suspected of working with foreign nationals to arrange the assassination of President Obama.
A certain nation comes to mind, one very close to former Governor Romney, the GOP candidate hopelessly behind in the polls, a candidate belonging to a religion seen as a dangerous sect, a candidate hated by most American women and women vote.
DOES THIS LOOK LIKE THEY HAVE HOURLY RATES?
One country was told it wasn’t getting a war with Iran, has chosen to put all its weight behind an obvious loser and has no choice but to kill Obama or suffer the wrath of a president who has little to lose during a second term.
There is no other reason such a hare brained story as this one would be foisted on the world during an election year. What is coming up is not fines and demotions but waterboarding, electrodes, lie detectors and forensic accounting, not tied to “below the waist” antics but more to making sure the president was going to catch a 9mm disease or be subjected to one of those car bombs we so often miss.
The newspaper stories, though entertaining, just enough sex and “stink” to put on the president to amuse the Fox News crowd is hiding something and that something is vulnerability. This is actually such a lame excuse or as we call it, “cover and deception” would work, mainstream news and their addiction to smut.
The supposed party was at the Hotel Caribe, 5 military officers, the command portion of the president’s advance detachment, under “house arrest.” Several members of the Secret Service are, theoretically, back in the US, awaiting administrative hearings for “code of conduct” violations.
This is not credible.
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