Since he first won the election in 2016, I have feared for President Trump's safety.
In recent times, Reagan, Nixon and Kennedy were all the subject of assassination attempts.
Not all Republicans, they WERE all Nationalists.
And they were all attempting to disrupt powerful people and organizations.
JFK is rumored to have said he wanted to "shatter the CIA into a thousand pieces" before his untimely death.
Reagan and Nixon both had enemies in big pharma, banking, the Federal Reserve (which is neither Federal nor does it have any reserves) among other big enemies.
He's taking on all of it!
So I have feared for his safety, but he has remarkably been kept safe.
Shielded by the Mighty Right Hand of the LORD God Almighty?
I think so.
But it appears that attacks on his life are increasing and perhaps testing soft spots around our President.
Last week we brought you this story:
Thanks to our wonderful Secret Service, they say Trump's life was never in danger from that event.
But Dan Bongino, who served in the Secret Service for 15 years, says what happened that day was unlike anything he'd ever seen.
And now today we have another one:
From NBC New York:
A small aircraft was intercepted in restricted airspace above President Trump's New Jersey golf club on Saturday after radio communications were not returned, the U.S. Secret Service said.
"The President was not in danger and the security of the complex was maintained throughout," said a statement from the Secret Service.
President Trump arrived at his golf club Friday ahead of an endorsement announcement from New York's largest police union.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command confirmed that a F-15 and MH-65 helicopter intercepted the RV-7 aircraft at 1 p.m. The plane was reportedly escorted to Braden Field in Pennsylvania.
"During the intercept the F-15 dispensed signal flares to get the pilot's attention, the MH-65 later established radio communications with the pilot, and the NORAD interceptors escorted the pilot to a nearby airport," NORAD spokesperson Captain Cameron Hillier said.
The Secret Service says an investigation of the airspace violation is pending.
Fox News had more details:
A fighter jet and helicopter from the North American Aerospace Defense Command intercepted a small plane flying near President Trump’s New Jersey golf course Saturday, officials said.
The F-15 fighter and MH-6 helicopter were deployed after the pilot of a single-engine RV-7 failed to respond to radio communication while entering the temporary no-flight zone around 1 p.m., NORAD spokesman Cameron Hillier told the Bridgewater Courier News.
The military aircraft fired flares to get the pilot’s attention and made radio contact before escorting it to a nearby airport, Hillier said.
He said the Secret Service will decide whether to charge the pilot.
Trump arrived at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster on Friday and gave a speech to New York City’s largest police union ahead of its endorsement. He delivered remarks about the coronavirus response from the country club on Saturday.
"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, according to WNBC.