Navy Seal who threatened to assassinate Trump spent time at MK Ultra clinic beforehand

 A Navy SEAL who threatened to assassinate Donald Trump had been ‘brainwashed’ by an infamous MKUltra clinic in the weeks leading up to the attempted killing. According to an indictment filed Wednesday, Travis Luke Dominguez  threatened to kill Trump, the police, a bank, and a movie theater after visiting the Ronald Reagan UCLA medical center in Los Angeles.

“I’m a Navy SEAL,” the indictment quoted Dominguez as saying . “I woke up and decided I’m going to kill the president Donald Trump today. Please forgive me and then I will die by suicide by cop.”

“I’m going to kill the sexist racist homophobic President Trump today. Nothing you can do to save President Trump nor stop me pigs.” reports: CNN, which first reported the news, was unable to independently confirm whether Dominguez’s claim that he is a SEAL is accurate. A motion filed Wednesday said Dominguez was being held in Utah state prison and was due to appear in court on Thursday afternoon.

 The charges say Dominguez also threatened to carry out a mass shooting or use explosives at a movie theater, according to the New York Post.

 Melodie Rydalch, a spokeswoman for US Attorney John Huber, issued a statement outlining the indictment and the timeline of the actions it alleges.

“Local and federal law enforcement agencies treat all threats seriously. They expend time and resources responding to and investigating them – as our agencies did in this case. That said, there isn’t any evidence that Mr. Dominguez traveled to carry out his threats against the President,” she said.

 Dominguez made the threat on Trump’s life on Dec. 4, 2017, the US attorney’s office said. Trump visited Utah that day to announce his decision to shrink a pair of national monuments.

 The DOJ statement alleges that later in December, Dominguez used an internet tip line to send more threats, including the threat to hurt people at a movie complex with firearms or explosives and then to harm police officers responding to the scene.

 After a threat on New Year’s Eve, the statement said, Dominguez “was observed in the area of the theater” and police officers then executed a vehicle stop and he was taken into custody.

The US Secret Service did not respond to a request for comment that Wednesday evening.

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Travis Luke Dominguez of Utah, was indicted for 11 counts of making ridiculous internet threats to a number of people, including President Donald Trump, according to news reports. Even Fake News CNN, managed to get the story "almost" 100% correct. CNN has no genuine confirmation of Dominguez’s claim that he is a SEAL

We do know that he doesn’t appear in the database of folks who’ve completed SEAL training. The boy just ain’t right. Nope. He’s looking at a maximum of 100 years in prison for his stupid threats to local police, movie theater employees, a bank, and other businesses.

He looks more like he could only be a threat to a bag of donuts.

Frank, something is up, I can not put my finger on it, I feel it in my bones, its the kind of feeling you have a few hours before you counter attack the enemy. The war zone has come home.

 I don't know man, something is up. We may not agree on some issues, but take me on my word, something is about to happen.

The ugly state that the world is currently in and the toxic atmosphere that the devious democrats have created in this country, feeling like something is going to happen would be absolutely natural. Right now it's anybody's guess or at least up for grabs. In fact, if you were a person unable to sense something was indeed in the air, would mean that you were either a clueless Liberal in LA-LA land or already dead.

You are neither. I fear the DEMs could (directly or indirectly) significantly harm this nation before any outside entity could get even close. They are desperate. I'm not joking, I mean really desperate. When crazed maniacs are desperate, they do desperate things. Just remember this. For them, the END justifies the MEANS. That means they will do just about anything to accomplish their lofty goals. Like a jilted lover, they try every which way to get what they want.  They feel at last resort, if they can't get their quest - then no one else will either. That's the scary part.

Like I said something is up, now we got to watch Trump's 6, I know you seen the indictments, the DOJ did against the Clinton Foundation,  I posted the story.

 Got to go man.

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New York Post reports:

About two dozen NYPD officers and investigators from the Manhattan district attorney’s office raided the offices of Newsweek and its parent company, IBT Media, on Thursday.

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