By Douglas J. Hagmann
While speaking at a campaign event in Reno, Nevada at approximately 6:30 PM PT, Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump was rushed offstage by members of the United States Secret Service due to a perceived threat near the front of the stage. However, a more extensive review of other footage available shows a bit more than is being reported.
While all eyes were on the front of the stage, trouble appeared to begin about 30 seconds earlier by at least one person at the rear of the crowd, not readily visible to those tuned in to the live streaming. Almost immediately, police and security from the rear of the room began making their way to the disturbance several rows in from the rear of the crowd.
Just then, Donald Trump appeared to stop his speech and shielded his eyes from the lights, looking toward the crowd. Although it cannot be verified, it appeared that Mr. Trump was looking at the initial altercation and not at the events unfolding nearest the stage.
Within seconds, United States Secret Service agents rushed to Trump and escorted him off stage. During this time, two agents from the Secret Service and at least one bystander subdued a Caucasian male, Austyn Crites, 33, wrestling him to the floor close to the stage after someone reportedly yelled that they saw him with a gun. At this time, however, no gun was observed or found.
The suspect was escorted to a men’s room within the facility, away from the crowd for further processing. The unidentified male appears to be between 35-40 years-old, balding or closely cropped brown hair with short facial hair. He was dressed in a blue zippered jacket, black jeans and sneakers.
What is significant to note is that while everyone is reporting on the “main event,” nothing is being mentioned about the disturbance at the rear of the room. If the two incidents are proved to be related, this is alarmingly similar to the tactics identified in the Project Veritas videos, as detailed by outed political strategist and alleged professional disrupter for the Democratic Party Robert Creamer.
Viewers of the Project Veritas videos will recall Creamer’s detailed plans of placing paid disrupters in front and back of the room to exacerbate the confusion and disruption. These tactics were explained by Creamer and others who admitted paying individuals to disrupt Trump events.
More information will be provided as developed.
There is something very odd about the Reno incident, and something equally odd about the man at the center of the attention.
The suspect in the Reno incident has been identified as Austyn Daniel Crites, 33 of Reno, Nevada – an admitted supporter of and campaigner for Hillary Clinton. One posting by Crites on his Facebook page refers to Donald Trump as a “fascist and a dictator.” In addition to describing Trump as a fascist, Crites posted that he voted for Hillary Clinton and campaigned for her.
According to Crites, he was “attacked” for merely displaying a “Republicans Against Trump” sign during Trump’s speech. Following the incident, Crites told at least one reporter that he “feared for his life” as bystanders allegedly attacked him. He did not give any reason for attending the Trump rally or explain his motives further, suggesting instead that he was a victim of violence by Trump supporters.
As Crites was not found to be armed or pose any further threat to Mr. Trump, he was reportedly released. Following his release, Crites posted online, in part, “we cannot allow a fascist/dictator to take our beloved freedoms to simply boost his ego and “get back” at anyone who disagrees. Take what happened to me tonight as a classic example of dictator incitement of violence…”******
DONALD J. TRUMP STATEMENT
“I would like to thank the United States Secret Service and the law enforcement resources in Reno and the state of Nevada for their fast and professional response. I also want to thank the many thousands of people present for their unwavering and unbelievable support. Nothing will stop us – we will make America great again!” –Donald J. Trump
By Douglas J. Hagmann
“Think about it. After his party nomination, someone within the WHCA had to pick a codename for Obama and they chose “Renegade.” Out of the (approximate) 171,000 words listed in the Oxford English Dictionary, the word that suggests one who exhibits traitorous, lawless and radical behavior was chosen before Obama actually assumed office. What are the odds?”Doug Hagmann
It’s eerily undeniable. There is a psychic or perhaps even several working at the White House Communications Agency (WHCA) and the United States Secret Service. There’s no other way to explain it, unless one is otherwise inclined to suggest that a vast inter-agency conspiracy exists deep within the bowels of the agency once controlled by the White House Military Office.
How else is one able to explain the uncanny accuracy with which the WHCA supplied the United State’s Secret Service the not-so-secret codename for Barack Hussein Obama at the very onset of his reign? Obama’s codename: Renegade.
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a renegade is defined as “an individual who rejects lawful or conventional behavior.” Synonyms of renegade include outlaw, radical, and traitorous. (For the victims of the Common Core educational initiative, a synonym is a word that has the same meaning as another word in the same language).
Think about it, however. After his party nomination, someone within the WHCA had to pick a codename for Obama and they chose “Renegade.” Out of the (approximate) 171,000 words listed in the Oxford English Dictionary, the word that suggests one who exhibits traitorous, lawless and radical behavior was chosen before Obama actually assumed office. What are the odds? And just who is this grand-master psychic-wizard extraordinaire who just happened to be able to see into the future of the Obama reign of tyranny, lawlessness and traitorous behavior to be able to match, ever so precisely, his codename with his agenda? I’d like to buy that person lunch, for the selfish purpose, though, of making an inquiry about tomorrow’s winning lottery numbers.
My in-depth investigation found that the first choice submitted to the United States Secret Service was rejected, however. The name originally submitted to be Obama’s codename was “Quisling.” (For the victims of the Progressive public educational system, a quisling is defined as a person who helps an enemy that has taken control of his or her country).
Although quisling would have been even more apropos, the Secret Service has a policy that the codename must be easily pronounced and readily understood by those who transmit and receive voice messages by radio or telephone regardless of their native language. Also, considering that “quisling” might be too easily recognizable or overt, even by the victims of the Common Core educational initiative, and too objectionable by the politically correct thought police, they must have handled their disappointment by a thorough search of a thesaurus.
Could it be that there is at least one remote viewer, clairvoyant, witch, or warlock who has the ability to peer into the future working inside the WHCA? Consider Obama’s disdain for Constitutional law, his lawlessness, radical and arguably traitorous actions since assuming office, traits that concisely conform to his codename given in advance of his reign. Also, consider that his codename was assigned in the absence of any authenticated pedigree or proper vetting to confirm his Constitutional eligibility to hold the highest office in the land.
By the admission of the United States Secret Service and the White House Communications Agency, we’ve got a renegade in office. A man of lawlessness and perfidiousness. By the headlines that constantly provide a lengthy list of scandals and crimes under and around Obama and his reckless abandon of the U.S. Constitution, the codename that he was given confirmed his agenda in advance. And ever so appropriately, he’s referenced by this befitting moniker every day by the U.S. Secret Service. Hindsight, or in this case foresight, was indeed 20-20.