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Alex Soros Calls For Trump Assasination With Tweet

Alright, folks, grab your tinfoil hats and follow me down the rabbit hole because we've got ourselves a mystery that needs unriddling. It's the kind of stuff that would make Sherlock Holmes raise an eyebrow and Fox Mulder say, "I want to believe." So, what's got me all fired up? Well, it's none other than the tweet that sent shockwaves through the Twittersphere—courtesy of Alex Soros, son of the enigmatic George Soros and Chair of the Open Society. A tweet showing a bullet hole in glass, next to a hand holding $47. A bullet for 47? What could that possibly mean?

Now, let me set the stage for you. Picture this: Alex Soros, probably sipping on some fancy Davos tea at the World Economic Forum (WEF), casually hits the retweet button on an article from The Atlantic. No big deal, right? Wrong! It's the kind of retweet that doesn't just raise eyebrows; it does jumping jacks with 'em.

The tweet featured a link to an article titled "The Great Normalization," and that's where things start to get a tad bizarre. The article itself seemed like it stumbled out of an alternate reality. It's all about the challenges the good ol' U.S. of A. is facing, like rising crime rates and inflation. But here's the kicker the image chosen for the article is a bullet hole in glass next to a hand holding $47.

Now, on the surface, you might be thinking, "What's the big deal, Jesse?" But hold on to your hats, folks, because there's more to this story than meets the eye. You see, as President Trump's popularity is on the rise, with support pouring in from big shots like Ron DeSantis, the globalist elites are probably sweating more than a snowman in July. They're seeing their narrative crumble faster than a cookie in a glass of milk.

And here's where it gets juicy. Alex Soros's retweet, that seemingly innocent click of a button, is raising some serious alarms in the conspiracy theory department—specifically, my department. Could this tweet be more than just a social media interaction? Could it be a veiled threat? A subtle hint that something, well, not-so-great might be in the works?

Why would a guy like Soros, chilling in Davos, bother retweeting an article that seems forced, unnecessary, and about as coherent as a chicken playing chess? It's almost like the pictures came first, then the title to make them seem legit, and finally, someone had Chat GPT whip up some mumbo-jumbo. Even Former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn had to weigh in. Asking "WTH is the Message you're sending by posting a bullet hole next to $47 dollars?

But Jesse's alarm bells are ringing loud and clear. This isn't some innocent social media scroll and click. No, siree! This is the kind of stuff that keeps you up at night, wondering if there's a deeper, darker game being played behind the scenes. Why? Because there more. Looking closely at some of the dollar bills in the man’s hand you can clearly read “Silver Certificate”.

Now stick with me, because these were last issued in 1963, and according to some conspiracy theories, it was JFK’s executive order authorizing the US treasury to issue silver and gold certificates as legal tender that lead to his assassination.

So a bullet hole, next to $47 in bills, and one of the bills randomly is a Silver Certificate, which is why the most famous assassination ever took place. Seems legit.

So, there you have it, folks. In the wild world of Twitter, where chaos reigns and conspiracy theories thrive, we're left to wonder: Was this tweet just a cryptic message, a not-so-subtle threat, or perhaps a call to action? In the end, only time will tell, but one thing's for sure—when it comes to decoding the mysteries of the digital realm, Jesse's always ready to dive headfirst into the rabbit hole.

And Remember:

Trust no Single Source

Trust Your Gut

and Stay Curious


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