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Former FBI Agent Finds Super Secret Message Hidden In Trump’s Actions

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Former Assistant FBI Director Frank Figliuzzi appeared on MSNBC where he made a bizarre claim that he had cracked some sort of super secret Nazi code.

The interview was with Brian Williams and the topic was about President Donald Trump ordering the lowering of flags to half-mast until August 8th in honor of the victims of the El Paso shooting. The former Assistant FBI Director said,

“We have to understand the adversary and the threat we’re dealing with.” 

He then went on to claim that the date to extend the half mast flags, August 8th, was a secret signal for Nazis.

August is the eighth month of the year and August 8th would be the eighth day in August. Figliuzzi then reasoned that the date 8-8 was choesen specifically because “H” was the eighth letter in the alphebet. According to him, this is the equivalent of someone saying “HH” or “Heil Hitler.”

Keep in mind that this is a Former Assistant FBI Director. This is not your average Leftist loon that you might find on Twitter. This is someone who had power in previous administrations and who will likely wield power again if the Democrats win future elections.

This is what passes for reasonable logic in the FBI?

This one is almost so bizarre that it feels like we should include “satire” in the title, but it’s not satire. This is real life and a real human being made this claim. It didn’t even happen on a commentary show. This was a part of the news portion of MSNBC with Brian Williams.

This is almost as bad as the now age-old joke of Donald Trump using Russian dressing on his salad is PROOF that he colluded with the Russians and that he is a puppet of Russia.

Yet how many viewers of MSNBC heard this conspiracy theory, that the Trump administration was selecting dates to do things specifically as a nod of respect to the Socialists of 20th century Germany, and simply nodded along in agreement. The uncomfortable answer is ‘too many.’

You can watch the segment below:

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