The Joke That’s No Joke

Regan was shot.  Who by?  Why, the son of a friend of George Bush.  That is according to wikipedia.

As follows  –


According to the March 31, 1981, edition of the Houston Post, and reported by APUPINBC News and Newsweek, Hinckley is the son of one of George H.W. Bush‘s political and financial supporters in his 1980 presidential primary campaign against Ronald Reagan; John Hinckley, Jr.’s elder brother, Scott Hinckley, and Bush’s son Neil Bush had a dinner appointment scheduled for the next day.[16][17]

Associated Press published the following on March 31, 1981:
The family of the man charged with trying to assassinate President Reagan is acquainted with the family of Vice-President George Bush and had made large contributions to his political campaign … Scott Hinckley, brother of John W. Hinckley, Jr., was to have dined tonight in Denver at the home of Neil Bush, one of the Vice-President’s sons … The Houston Post said it was unable to reach Scott Hinckley, vice-president of his father’s Denver-based firm, Vanderbilt Energy Corporation, for comment. Neil Bush lives in Denver, where he works for Standard Oil Company of Indiana. In 1978, Neil Bush served as campaign manager for his brother, George W. Bush, the Vice-President’s eldest son, who made an unsuccessful bid for Congress. Neil lived in Lubbock, Texas, throughout much of 1978, where John Hinckley lived from 1974 through 1980… Sharon Bush, Neil’s wife, said Scott Hinckley was coming to their house as a date of a girl friend of hers. “I don’t even know the brother. From what I know and I’ve heard, they (the Hinckleys) are a very nice family and have given a lot of money to the Bush campaign. I understand he was just the renegade brother in the family. They must feel awful,” she said.[18]

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