Failed Reagan Assassin Hinckley to Perform July Concert in Brooklyn Hotel

Nick Kangadis | April 11, 2022

Roman Polanski, Woody Allen, Harvey Weinstein, Hunter Biden and others. What do the people I just mentioned have in common? They’ve all done less-than-reputable things that would absolutely ruin the average person’s life, but the entertainment community turns a blind eye to in the interest of “art.”

Now we can reportedly add failed attempted murderer John Hinckley Jr., the man who shot but didn’t kill late President Ronald Reagan in 1981.

Hinckley supposedly considers himself a singer now and has booked a gig at the Market Hotel in Brooklyn, New York on July 8. Tickets are going for $20 a piece and will be his “first-ever live public performance,” according to the New York Post.

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The one-time attempted “assassin” tweeted the news out on what is allegedly his Twitter account.

Hinckley shot Reagan in the chest on March 30, 1981 outside a Washington D.C. hotel. Three others were shot in the assassination attempt, including then-White House Press Secretary James Brady.