Why can’t the government hire better actors? After all it has oodles of taxpayer money at its disposal. Remember the bank bailouts and all those “shovel ready” jobs Obama was going to create?
However, it appears as if the only thing Obama and his coordinated efforts have “created” lately are false flag events such as the alleged Sandy Hook shooting, the alleged Boston Marathon “bombing,” and now the latest – the highly suspicious Santa Monica “incident.”
Santa Monica Hoax Proven in Pictures
President Barack Obama stopped in Los Angeles Friday for a fundraiser lunch in Santa Monica — just blocks from a shooting at Santa Monica College — before flying to Palm Springs for a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
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Air Force One departed LAX ta about 2:30 p.m., and the Secret Service said the shooting did not affect the visit.
“We are aware of the incident and it is not impacting the visit. It’s a local police matter at this point,” said Secret Service Spokesman Edwin M. Donovan.
Air Force One touched down at LAX at about 10:55 a.m. after Obama’s health-care speech at a San Jose hotel. He arrived in the Bay Area Thursday night for a brief fundraising visit and the speech. The President boarded a military helicopter — designated Marine One — for a short flight to Santa Monica, where he is scheduled to attend a mid-day fundraiser.
The two-day meeting at Sunnylands estate in Rancho Mirage will be Obama’s first with Xi Jinping since he became China’s president. They are expected to talk about several issues involving U.S.-China relations, including cyberattacks on U.S. corporate and national security targets.
A White House statement characterized the summit as “in-depth discussions on a wide range of bilateral, regional and global issues.”
The President touched down at Moffett Field Thursday, marking his second visit to the Bay Area in as many months. He was greeted about 50 people invited to the landing, including Sunnyvale Mayor Tony Spitaleri, Ames Research director Peter Worden, California National Guard Col. Steven Butow and Mountain View Mayor John Inks.
The President’s visit, which lasted less than 12 hours, began Thursday night at the home of Flipboard CEO Mike McCue and his wife, Marci, in Palo Alto. Guests, who paid anywhere from $2,500 to $12,000 to attend the event, began lining up around 5 p.m. to get into the McCue’s residence.