Jeb Bush just won’t go away. About a year or so ago, Barbara Bush said that the White House did not need another Bush (my paraphrase). Later on, she modified that to say something like it would take some getting used to. Only a few months ago though, Mrs. Bush essentially said that Jeb should not run for president.
However, over the past year, ol’ Jeb has stayed in the spotlight. Articles have been run about him saying what a great man he is and because he married an Hispanic woman, he’s been been learning the Spanish language and cooking. Those who are native Spanish speakers give Jeb a thumbs up! Yee haw!
Every now and then, Jeb’s in the news commenting on an issue. “Former Florida governor Jeb Bush said Sunday that many who illegally come to the United States do so out of an ‘act of love’ for their families and should be treated differently than people who illegally cross U.S. borders or overstay visas.”
Jeb Bush will run for president in 2016. I believe he will quite possibly, be successfully elected as America’s next president of the United States. I’m not saying that’s what I want to happen. I’m saying it’s a very real possibility.
What many fail to understand is that the office of the presidency is very likely something we, the people, do not vote for today. Yes, we go to the polls, we cast our vote, but what really happens? Voting machines in many precincts are electronic. How hard is it to insert a line of coding that changes my vote to the person I didn’t vote for, if the Global Elite (GE) wants that other person in? Come on, be honest.
But studies have shown that electronic voting machines are less reliable than paper ballots in accurately counting votes. The Caltech-MIT Voting Technology Project, a study group set up to analyze elections dating back to 1988, found that old-fashioned lever machines were actually more accurate than electronic voting machines.
Last year, the History Channel produced a documentary called “Men Who Built America.” It was a surprising eye-opener. The History Channel brought out the fact that in 1896, three men – J P Morgan, Carnegie, and Rockefeller – all came together for one purpose, which was to literally “buy a president.” The men were concerned about their financial empires coming under attack from an up-and-comer named William J. Bryan. He was calling for a break-up of the monopolies that had been created by those men.
To protect their kingdoms, the three men joined forces and began spreading a great deal of money around. They told the editors of papers they owned to lambaste Bryan. They lined the pockets of editors of papers they did not own. They hired people to create bad press against Bryan. In short, they used their money to ensure that the next president was the guy they chose. By the way, they also looked around the entire country until they found their candidate. They found William McKinley who at the time was Governor of Ohio.
As we know, McKinley won the election. My point is simple. If three very wealthy men were successful in buying a president back in 1896, what makes us believe that they stopped after that point? Again, come on, be honest.
The other thing we need to realize is that history proves that, with few exceptions, the US has had an alternating Democrat as president, then a Republican, then a Democrat, then a Republican. It has gone back and forth like that for generations because it makes Americans think we actually have a say in who is elected.
This is why following Skull & Bones (S&B) member William Whitney’s plan in the late 1800s to alternate political power between the Democrats and Republicans, the alternation of power in 2016 (following S&B president George H.W. Bush in 1988, then President Clinton in 1992, then S&B president George W. Bush in 2000, then president Obama in 2008) will see Jeb Bush become president.
I know. It’s not something we like to consider, is it? But why would the GE leave this up for grabs? They wouldn’t. There is a good chance that Jeb Bush will “ascend the throne” in America and Dr. Dennis Cuddy explains how this might occur.
Remember that Romney lost the Hispanic vote by about 50% in 2012? For his running mate, Jeb Bush could pick Hispanic U.S. Senator Marco Rubio from Florida. That should bring in the votes of Hispanics originating from the Caribbean area. Or Bush could pick a Hispanic member of Congress from a highly populated state like California or New York, especially a Hispanic female to attract women voters in general. Also, Jeb Bush is married to a Mexican-born American philanthropist, which should bring in Hispanic votes nationally as well.
Cuddy’s article was written in 2012. Things have changed a bit, but nothing insurmountable for the GE. By the way, speaking of Romney, the guy was also left of center, yet notice how hard the GE via the media worked to show him as though he was far right! All the true conservatives were knocked out of the race long before it was just Romney vs. Obama. Had Romney been elected, he would do the same thing Obama is doing now. The huge difference though is that with Obama, the race card can be played at any point. With Jeb Bush it can also be played because of his Hispanic wife and if he chooses an Hispanic running mate. That race card is a goldmine that the GE would want to continue using.
If the GE doesn’t think Jeb Bush is a shoe-in, they will choose someone else that is aligned with their plans and is willing to do what they want done. It’s really that simple, but it won’t be Hilary Clinton. That’s all for show. She wants it, but can’t have it because her presidency would be too problematic for the GE.
It is deeply unfortunate that the GE has such a hold on the office of the presidency in the United States. It appears to be undisputed fact. I think the best we can do is resist the GE when it comes to local and state elections, keep the pressure on the person who goes into the Oval Office, and do whatever we can to bring the shadowy goals and aspirations of the GE into the light of day. Like rats, they’ll crawl back into their dens because they hate the light.