Failed Reagan Assassin Hosts Sold-out Concert in NYC

Failed Reagan Assassin Hosts Sold-Out Concert in NYC

Audiences Swarm In Democrat City To Hear Treasonous Criminal’s Music

( – In the nation’s 246 years, assassination claimed only four of the 46 men who served as presidents: Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley, and John F. Kennedy. Still, numerous assailants have attempted to assassinate several other presidents. Thankfully, President Ronald Reagan survived the attempt on his life. Now, in a bizarre twist, his would-be assassin, John Hinckley Jr., plans to start a career as a singer/songwriter — and fans have flocked to buy tickets.

The only man in history to have injured a US president and lived, Hinckley has a new lease on life after 35 years in custody and five additional years of close supervision. For decades, officials refused to release Hinckley, who had spent his sentence in a mental institution after the court deemed him legally insane. In September 2021, US District Court Judge Paul L. Friedman freed the prisoner and removed all restrictions, effective June 15.

Now, Hinckley will perform a concert before a sold-out audience in New York City in July. The 67-year-old is a guitarist and says he hopes to start a music career. It seems he already has an impressive following, and he’s been sharing his talents on YouTube.

So, is it possible that America feels Hinckley became successfully rehabilitated after attempting the murder of President Reagan? Time will tell.

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