Sep 27, 2016 I Brett Tingley

Unexplained Radio Broadcast Loops Cryptic Trump Message

Geez, is it November yet? This election certainly has been one of the strangest in U.S. history. The two giant personalities in this year’s election will go face-to-face in debates over the coming months, and the crazies are coming out of the woodwork with conspiracy theories and damaging allegations. While most of us recognize that it’s probably not true that divine spirits are needed to protect this year’s candidates, a mysterious radio broadcast recorded in New Jersey could hint at some as yet unknown plot or machination surrounding Donald Trump.

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Election years sure do tend to rile up the reptilian and/or Illuminati theories.

In the early morning hours of September 20, 2016, New Jersey resident Paul Joseph Watson was driving on the New Jersey Turnpike near the Newark airport. While listening to 1630 AM, Watson was surprised by what seems to be a pirate radio broadcast that looped for five continuous minutes. Luckily, this is the age of ubiquitous cameras, and Watson was able to capture the broadcast on video:

Netizens are still debating whether the voice in the video is saying “Trump April 26th” or “Trump will go 26th.” The YouTube comments on the video have (naturally) devolved into a frothing cesspool of conspiracy theories and apocalyptic proclamations.

The radio broadcast has been speculated to be foreshadowing at some larger plot.

YouTube user “Mr. Abel’s Random Rants” believes the cryptic message might be a hint at an assassination attempt, although why any assassin would want this plot foreshadowed in a local radio broadcast remains unclear:

Being that the 26th is the first debate, I could see a sabotaged plane or something taking Trump out. The powers that be can't have Hillary humiliated in the debates so I would not be surprised if they try to take him out.

The radio station is controlled by Chester Township local government, who have no knowledge of the broadcast or who might be behind it. Could this be a hint at some nefarious behind-the-scenes plot, or merely the hijinks of local pranksters? Only time will tell, but seriously: is November over yet?

Brett Tingley

Brett Tingley is a writer and musician living in the ancient Appalachian mountains.

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