EXPOSED: GOP Plot to Assassinate Allen West
This actually crossed my mind at the time it happened.
Latinos For Trump president Bianca Garcia suggested that Texas Republican Party officials attempted to kill former Rep. Allen West, who serves as an adviser to Garcia’s organization, to prevent him from being elected chairman of the Texas GOP.
Speaking to talk radio show host Chris McDonald, Ms. Garcia said,
I said [speaking to her confidential source], ‘Do you think the governor doesn’t want Lt. Col. West to win?’ He says, ‘Oh, I guarantee you he doesn’t. Gov. Abbott has said they need to keep James Dickey in office because they can’—he didn’t use the word control—’but he’s friendly, and he will do what we need him to do’, is what he said.”
She then points out they never found out who hit him, which I did not know. Besides this theory of an attempted hit, I do believe it’s also possible he was simply hit by a “Latinos Not For Trump” foreign citizen of the infiltrator community.
I do believe the murder theory is possible, but less likely. Our government, especially the national one, is the most powerful force the world has ever seen. If we know that all throughout history people have been assassinated in quest for power, why would we assume our country is any different considering what’s at stake?
LTC West gave an extremely provocative speech just before the crash on the steps of the capitol in Austin. He talked about current and the prospect of future terrorism against Christians, he gave numerous war analogies and venerated the martyrs of the Texas and American Revolutions. He ended with the chant “VICTORY, VICTORY, VICTORY!”
Even MORE provocative was the comments that followed by former Senator Don Huffines. Here is a particularly excoriating selection of his speech.
So I can see how this could have happened. This action of assassinations in the pursuit of controlling the chaos that is society is as old as governments themselves, and no amount of wishing will make it go away.
The best thing we can do is fight, trust in God, and let the chips fall where they may.