‘Insane Man Shoots Roosevelt’ Headline for Milwaukee Sentinel. October 15, 1912
1912: The popular incumbent President, William Howard Taft, refuses to follow the orders of the Globalist-Zionist crime syndicate that has already gained a foothold in America. Wall Street ‘big shots’ Bernard Baruch and Jacob Schiff plot his removal. To that end, Baruch (as confirmed by his one time assistant Benjamin Freedman) recruits the “progressive” Republican ex-President Theodore Roosevelt to run as a “3rd Party” candidate on the ‘Bull Moose” platform. The aim is not to install Roosevelt, but rather to steal enough Republican votes form Taft so that Democrat Woodrow Wilson can become the next President.
In the fall of 1912, Taft still has a chance at winning; but that chance is about to disappear. Just 3 weeks before the election, an “October Surprise” comes in the form of a very convenient “assassination attempt” against Teddy Roosevelt.