Is Trump a stage prop to hand Hillary the election?

Is Trump a stage prop to hand Hillary the election?

by Jon Rappoport

September 1, 2015

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

“In acting, sincerity is everything. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made.” — George Burns

Like it or not, accept it or not, there is a code you have to crack, in order to understand big elections.

They’re fixed. And in this piece, I’m not talking about rigged voting machines. On psychological, mental, and spiritual levels, the fix is in, because of one overriding factor:

The voters are oh so sincere.

And they shouldn’t be. It’s killing them.

Yes, that’s right.

The media presentation called The Election is a straight con from the get-go. Anyone who is sucked into it is a rube, a yokel, a hick.

So the question about whether Donald Trump is running to suck votes away from other Republican candidates or win the nomination himself, in order to deliver the presidency to Hillary? That’s a non-starter.

Who cares? What are we talking about here?

What’s the alternative if Trump isn’t running? Jeb vs. Hillary in November? The Bush crime family versus the Clinton crime family? That would be the “good” election?

How many more of these hideous campaigns do we have to endure before people wake up to the con? A hundred? A thousand?

“This fall, it looks like Lizardi Venom and Scorpion Ooze are the two parties’ choices. It promises to be a tightly contested race. Mr. Venom, of course, is for a utopian social-justice meter installed in the brain of every citizen, while his opponent, Ms. Ooze, promises to place four million dollars in a special account for every person who claims he or she has been ‘injured, defamed, or insulted by the system’. Both candidates agree that sincere voters who care about the future of this great nation must come out to the polls on Election Day and make their voices heard…”

“But wait. Some billionaire cowboy with a very spotty past has entered the lists. He’s reckless. He’s all over the place. He’s insulting the sacred media stars. He’s ruining The Show. He’s making a mockery out of it. He’s torpedoing everybody. He’s scamming the scammers. He’s upsetting The Sincere Voters who believe in the system like babies believe in Mommy and Daddy. And some claim that—wait for it—the cowboy is there to deliver the election to Ms. Ooze instead of Mr. Venom. This is shocking, I tell you. Shocking. And there’s more. This cowboy has been charged with making promises he doesn’t intend to keep. My God. Has any candidate in recent memory done that? A revered critic for the New York Times, Calder A Hogsniffer, takes it a step further. Higsniffer proposes that the cowboy is, in fact, raising several legitimate issues, but by lending his name to them he is degrading those issues and postponing the day when they’ll be taken seriously by the electorate. Certainly, no presidential candidate has ever tried that before. Heavens no. This cowboy is, well, crashing the party and spoiling it for everybody.”

Yes, he is. It was serious and sober and on-track and oh-so-sincere before he came through the wall with his hair and his shit-eating grin and his guns blazing.

Before he showed up, we could attack Hillary and Jeb and argue about whether Rand (who’ll never make it) really has the right ideas, and we could argue about the niceties of Bernie’s version of socialism…and we could watch the whole election, as usual, go right down the toilet.

Then we would have fulfilled our duty to The Process and we could sit back and nod wisely. Yes.

But this slug Trump gets on television (which is of course the holy medium through which we understand the sacred sincere election process); Trump gets on television and seems to be assaulting television itself. And that’s going too far. That’s out of bounds. That’s putting an unharmonious disruption in The Field.

I mean, who knows? If he ever made it to the religious hush of the final debates, he might turn around and start lobbing grenades at the moderators, the high priests—Scott (“I’m doing brain surgery on you without anesthetic because I really want to”) Pelley; Lester (“I’ve been in a state of deep hypnosis since the early days of MKULTRA”) Holt; Wolf (“I made my reputation during the first war in the Persian Gulf because my name meshes nicely with the US bombing runs”) Blitzer.

Voters’ sincerity in this whole election story is a plague.

The voters believe in the media show. They believe in the major candidates. They believe campaign statements and promises and policy positions. They believe that stage magic is real and three-card monte on a streetcorner is an honest game.

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The solution, of course, if it could be engineered, would be: stay home on Election Day.

That’s the sane course.

If, by some miracle, only 19% of eligible voters showed up at the polls, that would constitute a national vote of no-confidence. That would say: we don’t believe in this media-election-cartoon. We woke up. We saw the con and the shuck and the jive.

Washington DC would experience a psychotic break. It would unhinge.

The television networks would undergo collective cardiac arrest. Their produced series, called Election, bombed. It was a ratings disaster.

The plague of misplaced, puerile, glazed-over, low-IQ, idiots-delight sincerity would begin to cure itself.

But the likelihood of 80% of the voters staying home is 100000000000000 to 1. It’s too real an answer. It’s too effective. And it requires a depth of perception that bypasses thousands of propaganda terminals.

Major media in general, and television in particular, are set up to substitute for the eyes and ears and brains and minds of the populace. To the degree that Donald Trump can turn the game around and run for president against the media, he’s providing a public service, and I don’t care how many blanks he’s shooting when he says he stands for this and that.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

50 comments on “Is Trump a stage prop to hand Hillary the election?

  1. mary says:

    I am one who will not vote, except for an issue to make weed legally medicinal..I have thought, by some miracle if voters stayed home in droves, they would rig it to look like all turned out..AMERICA WAKE UP..I am disappointed and sickened by the gullibility of American’s. What is it going to take to wake many times does one participate in the show, watch all the disastrous results of the elected gov.then turn around and vote again? Insanity USA..

  2. Melkior says:

    hahahaha!!! Fantastic! “This guy is on television and seems to be assaulting television itself”. I literally laughed out loud. Great article!

  3. SamAdamsGhost says:

    Thank you Jon ! This article summarizes what many of us think about the current national ‘election’ psy-op circus. The best indicator that a significant number of people have begun to think for themselves, would include massive boycotting of that scam.

    Act individually. Act locally – the closer & more immediate, the better. And speak the truth on these things to the best of your ability.

  4. clk706 says:

    Again, no mention of Bernie Sanders! Even the MSM can’t ignore him much longer! Very disappointed in the last 2 articles you have written! Americans are foolish if they are going to keep voting against their best interests and let the 1% keep running this country! Like Bernie says, enough is enough! Bernie2016

    • From Québec says:

      Hey| Bernie believes in the Global Warming scam. Do you really want carbon taxes?

      • Theodore says:

        Yeah, that communist-socialist tyrant, Bernie! He does not recognize my inalienable rights (i.e., rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws). And, he believes in forced vaccinations of children, too!

    • mary says:

      For heaven’s sake.Bernie is another scam..did you not get the part about elections are just another scam on Americans?? Just seriously think about this entire evil mess, no elected “official” is going to fix this country.geez…..

    • Hildegard says:

      Bernie for mandatory vaccinations!
      Bernie Sanders’ Position On Vaccination Is One Thing He & Republicans Actually Agree On

    • jacobite2015 says:

      He’s a heavy pro-vax tyrant. Check out a portion of a statement Sen. Sanders made through his US Senator webpage (020415):

      “I think obviously vaccinations work. Vaccination has worked for many, many years. […] I am sensitive to the fact that there are some families who disagree but the difficulty is if I have a kid who is suffering from an illness who is subjected to a kid who walks into a room without vaccines that could kill that child and that’s wrong.”

      Another Aristocrat soothing his ego…

    • SamAdamsGhost says:

      “Bernie 2016” ?
      Are you kidding ?

      Re-read the article. Go through it slowly and thoughtfully.

      One Hint: if they get any attention, they’re not ‘Neo’, not The One.

      One function of ‘the Maxtrix’ is to keep people looking for solutions outside of themselves. As Jon mentioned in the article – they are like little children looking for ‘Mommy’ and ‘Daddy’.

      Time for Humanity to grow up & wake up.

  5. itsfranco says:

    Great insight. And yet, so many are too far entranced to see anything but what their masters tell them to see. smh.

  6. Dan Quixoté says:

    I heard ‘So what if he’s a Clinton plant?! That’s MOOT. At least he’s disruptive, and that’s GOOD!’

    I can’t argue against those, actually. I concede on those points. But I’m still staying confident that he’s just a hired gun, not the real deal. Fun to watch, though. Distractions and misdirections are *supposed* to be interesting.

    The proposed no-confidence non voting bloc. Let’s mull that one over. Might be a worthy idea – it’s been a while since voting worked.

    • Melkior says:

      Yeah he’s a con man. I think Rappoport fell for this trick. Even the “assaulting the television itself” psychological stunt is meant to be there, to impress people who are more or less mentally alive. Anderson Cooper could have counter-attacked, Krauthammer COULD be much more ferocious on him ( specially now that the super-delicate Charles with that aura of Untouchable Intellectual Dignity around Him was personally called a “jerk” ). The system, or better, the esoterists who run it, are pulling the “messiah” thing again. Once upon a time there was a country deep in an economic abyss, it’s population starving, detached, kept down, until some very angry men in brown shirts started to do some marches here and there. Uniformized, symmetrical, proud, determined. Their leader was also proud and determined, with a nice mustache.

      • SamAdamsGhost says:

        @melkior – yeah, I think Trump is a clown in a demented carnival. His role is to keep the ‘marks’ interested, engaged, and coming back. (He may or may not be aware of this.) The worse and more obvious the condition of the country becomes, the more outrageous the show must be.
        I wouldn’t be all that surprised if in a few years, t.v. news reports are read by topless strippers. Anything to get peoples’ attention off the actual actions impacting their lives.

  7. Sitting it out says:

    Trump may be better than Clinton, Sanders, Bush or Paul but just about any DC outsider would be. He advocates a more competent, efficient government but is that a good thing?

  8. Very funny Bwahahahah…loved it!

    Some interesting, or maybe then again, they are un-interesting statistics, for you.

    In the 2012 election; of the 218,959,000 eligible voters, only 57.5% showed up to vote. Which strangely, as this vote was for the second term for the first black president.
    Strangely again for a second time, that was a low voter turnout.
    Now of that 57.5%, 51% voted for Obama.
    And…49% for Ritt Momney.
    So Obama was voted into office with like..30% of the total eligible vote.
    Now if we use those statistics on the coming election in the fall, with three eligible candidates running for the illustrious position as POTUS.
    Assuming the Obama election statistics is the standard vote for an anomalous candidate in the election for POTUS. We could further presume that the first woman, Billary Hinton…oops..snillary blinton…aw fuck..millary tin tin…whats-her-name should win the election for POTUS with a unamalgamous 15% of the edible voter pollination.
    Which means!…that all the misogynists stayed home, and people are getting really, really, possibly maybe bored of voting.
    Unless Hillary can wrangle ever girl guide troup in America to show up with fake ID on election day…could happen..its possible.

    “Like..Girls have power too ya know!” – Teeny Weeny Spice, of the ‘Spice Ghirls’

  9. onebornfree says:

    J.R. said: “The voters are oh so sincere. And they shouldn’t be. It’s killing them. Yes, that’s right. The media presentation called The Election is a straight con from the get-go. Anyone who is sucked into it is a rube, a yokel, a hick.”

    The reason people get sucked into the con , year after year, has a lot to do with what has been called “Dictator Syndrome” .

    That syndrome is part of an overriding psychology and belief system arrived at via a series of entirely false assumptions regarding the true nature of the political process.


    It is my personal belief that for an individual to ever have a hope of achieving their own freedom outside “the matrix”, that amongst other things, they must confront, examine, and ultimately reject all of the false assumptions that lead to “dictator syndrome.”

    Regards, onebornfree

  10. elfmom55 says:

    I’m SO glad I unplugged my TV’s and burned my voting card years ago!

    • Oh yeah…your one of those eh…a rebel.
      One ah those bra burning, teevee killing rebel commie-Pyromaniacs.
      I know a shit disturbed when I see one elfy.
      In your avatar picture your cat looks pissed…is that cause you set him on fire…hmm. he’s pissed cause his ass is on fire.

  11. Linda says:

    Agree completely. I didn’t have the stats, but same concepts. Yup, stayin’ home. You should see what happens when I suggest that! You probably know. L

  12. Hildegard says:

    Thank you Jon. A voice of reason in a sea of bullshit. Now I’ll wait for the dimwits to show up and dispute what you’ve so clearly stated. Your problem Jon, is that you use both sides of your brain.

  13. From Québec says:

    Trump is like a hurricane blowing up their house of cards.
    He’s the elephant in the room. You cannot ignore him.
    He’s like a tsunami, or an earthquake that no one saw coming.
    I like his guts.

    But, as far as staying at home on Election Day, I don’t know. What if everyone stays at home and they decide that in that case, they will stay with Obama for another 4 years. OUCH!.

    • arcadia11 says:

      it makes no difference who the president is. he is nothing but a greedy immoral front man. the government, the elections, the debates, the money it all costs is a bad joke. it is all staged. none of it is real. it is a low-life reality show.

      there is no such thing as a good politician. no such thing as a good government and no such thing as a good master. all contradictions in terms.

      keep an eye on them because they are dangerous, but let them slowly fade away while you are busy re-creating your own free, conscious life.

      “don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. unfold your own myth.” – Rumi

    • @the canuck opera writer
      “What if everyone stays at home and they decide that in that case, they will stay with Obama for another 4 years. OUCH!.”

      What a great idea…

      You realize we are talking in hypotheticals here about Trump being a ‘real candidate’ for the position of POTUS.
      Now I know POTUS is really just an acting job. So in essence the election is really an audition. Trump has been stereotyped
      …he’s like Reagan with that chimpanzee. He get could not get past it…every time I saw him and Nancy, that dumb image of him and that chimp would pop into my head.
      El Jeff should be the iron lady herself. Not colonel ssanders

  14. Terry Moore says:

    Yup. I will stay home for the Jeb & Hillary Show. But I am loving it to see how much mud they can throw at Trump. He is already picking up the crossover dems. LOL!! The bigwigs are having a coronary. And Trump’s staff are worried about an assassination. Be careful, you cannot be in front of the Jeb and Hillary train without getting hurt. More bread and circuses to distract us from the pope coming to bless the UN global governance mandates for the NEW WORLD ORDER. For 40 years, I have been waiting for this horse crap to hit the fan. And there is no where to escape.

  15. NWO Reporter says:

    What we need is a cartoon candidate we can all agree on. Maybe Alfred E. Neuman. He’s got experience in the political campaign arena. Oh, sure, if he won the election, people would argue that a fictional cartoon character isn’t eligible for office. But discrimination isn’t tolerated here anymore, and it’s not Alfred’s fault he was born a cartoon. Think of the savings on golf outings, first family vacations and Secret Service. Or how about electing a hologram of Michael Jackson? Better yet, Elvis–instead of arguing about forged birth certificates, we can argue about whether he’s real or a hologram.

    • Melkior says:

      Teach Disney’s Pluto to say ” build the wall”, “social inequalities” and “indispensable country” at appropriate situations and he’ll win on a landslide, with strong appeal to both sides. Remember The Donald is a “liberal on healthcare” – he actually believes, unlike you conserva-fascists, in “taking care of our people”. How cute. Maybe he’s build some stuff for the insurance mafia.

  16. Brilliant, Jon, brilliant….you surpassed yourself and I didn’t think that was possible.

    Yes, I have said for a long time (pretty much since being of “voting age”) that “waking up” is not voting, so not voting is the only option.

    Clearly the “old guard” were worried. Remember the Southpark show years back with the gangsta rappers insisting you “do your duty” and vote for the “douche” or the “turd sandwich”.


  17. jacobite2015 says:

    The Duke of the Big Apple? He’s pro-vax with statements such as; “hugh fan of vaccines” and “totally pro-vaccine” (Laura Ingraham show/020315). So….I guess he’s believes “the science is settled” on the vax issue (imagine that).

    Furthermore, would the Duke be willing to take on the the FDA/CDC/NIH Empires and try to straighten out the BS going on there? (Snowball’s chance in hell!).

    Hey folks….just another Noble soothing his ego.

    • Hildegard says:

      Donald Trump absolutely does NOT believe “the science is settled”.

      • jacobite2015 says:

        Respectfully disagree.

        Trump says in your Fox & Friends’ piece that “I’m all for vaccinations” and “do them separately over an extended period of time.” I’m NOT hearing him say things like vaccinations are neither safe nor effective, the CDC feeds us propaganda on the safety of vaccines, vaccine studies have been manipulated, etc. – all issues that Jon has analytically discussed on his blog.

        Conversely, on an interview with Laura Ingraham this past Feb, Trump says he’s “a hugh fan of vaccines” (note – not a fan, but a HUGH fan) and that he’s “totally pro-vaccine.” He simply suggests that they (vaccines) be “given in smaller doses.”

        Kinda like saying let’s give people poison separately over an extended period of time…just given in smaller doses.

        Trump = “the science is settled” montra on vaccines.

        • Hildegard says:

          No one said that Trump was another Jon Rappoport. He states that vaccines are wreaking havoc on many children’s health, some of whom he knows personally. Would you like to see MORE of those types of statements? When is the last time you have heard a major political candidate on a major news network stating that they believe there COULD be a link between vaccines and Autism? So why not be just a wee bit less cynical and demanding, that unless someone meets YOUR current standard that they make ZERO contribution to the cause? I believe that if we celebrate what we want to see more of, we’ll see more of it.

          • From Québec says:

            I agree with you 100%

          • Hildegard says:

            Thank you. I’m sick to death of the Trump demonizing. This reminds me of an Apache friend of mine who prayed for a certain type of snake to show up at his house to take care of the rats that were living in his attic. A year or so later the snake showed up under his kitchen sink and before he realized it was the answer to his prayers he killed it with a baseball bat. 🙂

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          • jacobite2015 says:

            Maybe it’s my fault…I take at face value when a candidate makes a specific and direct statement on a position they hold? Perhaps when a candidate makes a public statement on an issue, they really don’t mean what they’re saying?

            To reiterate: Trump says he believes there’s an Autism – vaccine link. He would, thereby, be implying that vaccines are not safe? Perhaps dangerous, something to avoid, resist the CDC bullying, etc? But….Mr Trump also CLEARLY states in the Ingraham interview that he’s “a HUGH fan of vaccines” (not just a fan, but a HUGH fan) and that he’s “TOTALLY pro-vaccine” (not just pro-vax, but TOTALLY pro-vax). Do you see a little dichotomy here or what? Or is Trump just “confused” whether or not he’s pro-vax?

            I remember once upon a time ago when speaking with my children’s Pediatricians about vaccines. I asked him he’s stance on vaccines. He said he’s “big time pro-vax.” I asked if the science is pretty solid on vaccines and he replied that the “that the science is definitely solid.”

            It would then seem if someone is a “hugh” fan of vaccines and “totally” pro-vax, they would inherently have to believe that that “science is settled” on the vaccine safety & effectiveness issue. Valid point? If not, maybe I’m misunderstanding the logic behind this???

            This sounds like someone saying they believe there’s a poison – Autism link and then turn around and say their a hugh fan of poisons and totally pro-poison?

            Now I’m “totality” confused 🙂

          • Hildegard says:

            Yes you are “confused” and so is Donald Trump. A few words about “confusion” from my favorite spiritually incorrect wise man Osho: “Those moments that you call “moments of clarity” belong to your conscious mind, and those that you call “moments of confusion”, and I am calling “moments of unclarity”, belong to your unconscious, and the unconscious is vast. If you call it confusion, you are already against it; you have made a judgement…..”

            The point is Unclarity can become Clarity. Labeling it “Confusion” is just condemnation against yourself and others. But then that’s what we do… hmmmm?

          • jacobite2015 says:

            @Hildegard: I neglected to mention a few other points on my initial reply – also excuse the grammar on that post as I was responding on my mobile while exercising at the gym.

            Less “cynical” & “demanding?” How about some truth and less wordplay with these candidates. If he really believes in a Autism – link, then how can he be a self-proclaimed “hugh fan of vaccines?” Is it even possible that a person can be strongly pro-vax and NOT believe “the science is settled?” (maybe a good question for Jon to address?).

            Furthermore, does it take several vaccines administered to an infant to cause Autism or could just vaccine do the trick? I really don’t know, but…what I do know is just one (1) vaccine (Hep B), administered to an immediate family member of mine was toxic enough to cause an autoimmune disease. Now, this autoimmune disease has exacerbated into some serious complications (multiple organ failure) with a poor prognosis. One of her Specialists even stated that “probably” the vaccine was the cause of the autoimmune disease (I never thought I would hear that!). So, vaccines are a hot topic with me and that’s what led me to Jon’s fine research & analysis on vaccines.

            Given what my family & I are going through right now, I not impressed with some tough guy who says he believes in an Autism – vaccine link, but then beats his chest to the sound of “I’m a hugh fan of vaccines” and “totality pro-vaccine” and all that bs. What is Trump afraid that if he says he’s anti-vax and NOT a fan of vaccines, the CDC will come after him?

            What I would like to see is a candidate come out say with confidence that they’re anti-vax and don’t believe that vaccines are so safe as we are led to believe. I would like to see a candidate say that the CDC should be investigated given all the bs going on there lately (does William “I observed fraud” Thompson ring a bell with you?). I would like to see a candidate or any politician, for once, say that parents should have the choice to refuse Vaccines for their children WITHOUT facing the consequences of their children NOT being allowed to attend public school in those states that have compulsory vaccine requirements with no exemptions.

            I don’t see tough guy Trump saying anything like remotely close to that. I wonder since he doesn’t want to declare himself “anti-vax” (e.g., Dr. Jack Wolfson, Dr. Sherry Tenpenny – who aren’t AFRAID to say so), if he has some affiliation with Big Pharma? 🙁 Makes me wonder with these Presidential candidates…

          • Hildegard says:

            As far as Trump believing in an Autism link, yet still (HUGELY) supporting vaccinations as they exist, my personal opinion is that he’s playing both sides of the issue because he doesn’t have all the facts. Did you play the “Inside Scoop” video I posted? If you did, you heard that Trump studies a subject in depth before he makes public statements, especially political policy statements. He still hasn’t stated what he would do about the connection he thinks exists. To me that’s a possible opening for people like us to educate him through social media, letter writing, however we can reach him.

            I find it encouraging that he considers PARENTS to be CREDIBLE WITNESSES to the deterioration of their own children’s health after vaccinations (how radical!) which is counter to the “science is settled”; “SAFE and effective” mantra.

            I agree with you completely that as vaccines exist today they are not something anyone should EVER put into their bodies under ANY circumstances. Also the fact that they’re injected directly into the blood stream is counter to our natural immune system and as you’ve probably noticed the further we get from nature the more f*cked we are. Homeopathic vaccines are safe and can possibly be effective. Certainly they’re designed to work in accordance with how our bodies naturally deal with virus’, bacteria, etc. Of course now we dare not even SUGGEST that vaccines could possibly be MADE safer without being labeled a (God forbid) “anti-vaxxer”.

            Of course there are many, many ways to build a strong immune system making any type of vaccination completely unnecessary, which is where I’m at. My immune system was destroyed from being on antibiotics for seven years (very long story) as a kid, plus I got the full complement of vaccines, mercury fillings, and went through years and years of hell detoxifying, cancer scares,…etc, so I speak from vast experience.

            Anyway, I’m so sorry about what your family is going through and as far as Donald Trump goes he’ll probably be hearing more stories like yours which could make him realize that there’s a lot more to this story. And if he GETS it, considering his popularity, he will spread the word with that big mouth of his..

            #1 he needs to know about William Thompson and also ask yourself this question. If Trump believes that massive doses of vaccines are destroying children’s health, how in good conscience can he then support mandatory vaccinations? In my opinion he’s the best hope we have right now to break through the despicable corporate media/organized crime mob that are running this country into the ground. It may not be much to go but at least it’s something.

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  18. David says:

    Staying home and twiddling my thumbs? No thanks, I want to get involved, I like politics. Give me politics and I’m a kid in a candy store.

  19. usurykills says:

    Why are you voting? Did I ask for your input? I don’t even know you. Collectivist!

  20. Michael Russo says:

    The media would never tell us no one showed up at the polls. They hide the facts and maintain the charade.

  21. jtremaine says:

    I have always said this, but then for a brief period thought he may have a cov ed the plan to destroy the Cabal and refund the Treasury . Considering The Koch brothers, Walmart, Big Pharma, Wall Street and Israel all want Killer E. Clinton and the rooted status quo, he may just be another Strawman ensuring her coronation as the Red Queen of Hell. One can only hope a war with Russia can be averted by our own truly loyal and patriotic military and a subsequent deposition of the tyranny and restoration of the Republic to the people. […]

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