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John Hinckley Jr The Man Who Shot Regan Is Now On YouTube Making Music


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While President Trump is banned from YouTube, the Technocrats have no problem with Reagan’s shooter being allowed on the platform.

The Associated Press has reported that a Federal Judge, has officially set John Hinckley Jr. free from all restrictions that he was formerly on.

Hinckley since 2016 has been released from a Washington hospital after he was ordered to stay there after he was found not guilty for reason of insanity for the shooting of President Ronald, Reagan, Press Secretary James Brady, a Secret Service Agent and a police officer.

So what is Hinkley doing now, well he’s uploading original songs on YouTube.

Watch his latest song here:

To be honest his song is better than most songs on the radio nowadays but it’s bizarre to think that the precedent has been set that allows YouTube to ban any Conservative voice that speaks out against Covid-19 vaccines or election fraud but allows a man who shot the President of the United States to freely upload.

Granted, Hinkley did have some mental problems when he fired the shots that would leave Reagan wounded but given Hinkley has had a patter of pattern of grandiose thinking throughout his life, maybe uploading videos to YouTube where you can get thousands of views and feel like like a Rockstar might not be a great idea.

As of right now Hinkley has had over 400,000 views on all of his video uploads, if the man is just using music as therapy hats off to him but if in his inner conscious he’s doing it to obtain fame or notoriety then it’s possible he might fall down the demonic rabbit hole he once fell in before.

The Associated Press had more on the story:

A federal judge said Monday that John Hinckley Jr., who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan four decades ago, can be freed from all remaining restrictions next year if he continues to follow those rules and remains mentally stable.

U.S. District Court Judge Paul L. Friedman in Washington said during a 90-minute court hearing that he’ll issue his ruling on the plan this week.

Since Hinckley moved to Williamsburg, Virginia, from a Washington hospital in 2016, court-imposed restrictions have required doctors and therapists to oversee his psychiatric medication and therapy. Hinckley has been barred from having a gun. And he can’t contact Reagan’s children, other victims or their families, or actress Jodie Foster, who he was obsessed with at the time of the 1981 shooting.

In recent years, Hinckley has sold items from a booth at an antique mall that he’s found at estate sales, flea markets and consignment shops. He’s also shared his music on YouTube.

There’s been a mixed reaction about Hinckley uploading music on YouTube some people love it and others hate it.

What do you think about the idea of him uploading music on YouTube?



 

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