Quick thinking on behalf of Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s security team thwarted an assassination attempt in Los Angeles last week. Kennedy was scheduled to speak at a National Hispanic Heritage Month event at the Wilshire Ebell Theater when a man showed up with a fake U.S. Marshals badge, a fake federal I.D., and real guns, claiming he was part of Kennedy’s security team and demanding to see him.
Members of Kennedy’s security team spotted the ruse right away and called the police. LAPD officers arrived soon after and apprehended the suspect, who has been identified as Adrian Paul Aispuro. He was wearing two shoulder holsters with loaded guns in each.
Kennedy’s security team insisted that a second armed man was also taken into custody, but the LAPD has denied any knowledge of a second gunman. Isn’t that what always happens? Multiple shooters or would-be shooters are spotted by witnesses, but we never hear about them. All we hear about is the lone nut patsy.
The sequence of events is eerily similar to what transpired in 1968 when Kennedy’s father was assassinated, as both crimes took place in the same city and on the same street (the Ambassador Hotel where Kennedy, Sr. was shot is right down the street).
It also borders on the macabre that Kennedy, Jr.’s would-be assassin posed as part of a security detail when Kennedy, Sr.’s fatal headshot was delivered by Thane Eugene Cesar, a security guard. It makes one wonder if these similarities were planned.
Note: You can see Cesar’s clip-on tie lying on the floor next to Kennedy, Sr. in the iconic photo taken just after the shooting. Kennedy grabbed at Cesar probably just before or just after Cesar delivered the fatal shot.
In another startling coincidence, the failed assassin Aispuro sports the same last name as Mexican cartel leader El Chapo’s wife, who was released from federal prison only the day before.
Kennedy’s campaign has been building steadily with heavy support from Democrats fed up with the fake presidency of whoever is posing as Joe Biden. (Some say the man behind the mask is Struan Rodger, others say it’s Arthur Roberts. Still others say there are multiple impostors posing as Biden.) So it’s not surprising at all that the Deep State would want to take Kennedy out. In some ways, they would consider a Kennedy presidency even more dangerous than another term for Trump.
As incredible as it sounds, Kennedy, Jr. is being denied Secret Service protection during his campaign. That’s especially appalling when you consider that Secret Service protection for Presidential candidates only became a thing because of his father’s death.
Not surprisingly, the mainstream media has been mum on the story and little is known of Aispuro. His social media presence seems to consist of a single TikTok video, conveniently planted last month. Now if investigators happen to find a copy of The Catcher in the Rye or a “manifesto” at his residence, it will be right down the rabbit hole we go.