If you believe that Donald Trump was “elected” by the citizens of the United States, then you are woefully ignorant of American history. At least since Harry Truman’s “miraculous” defeat of Thomas Dewey, in the 1948 presidential election, the owners of the country make sure their candidate gets put into the White House. From the beginning of American history, elections at all levels have reeked with the stench of corruption and stolen votes. Whichever political party controls the state government, we are supposed to believe that it and its appointed Attorney General, will honestly count the votes in opaque ballot boxes, which disappear into the night and now in thirty states, on computer hard drives they control.
It is widely known that the only reason John F. Kennedy became president in 1960, against Richard Nixon, was because Chicago’s mayor at the time, Richard Daley, “miraculously” found 50,000 ballots, all amazingly for JFK. Kennedy thus carried the state of Illinois, thereby having enough electoral college votes to win. The US president isn’t even elected by the people, but indirectly, with 535 appointed representatives choosing the winner. In any case, from city to county to state to national elections, the United States has a 200-year history of bogus, bought and bribed votes.
Those who get into office and stand up to the country’s owners, tend to skew the actuarial tables for life expectancy, downward. Andrew Jackson was almost killed in office, because he shut down America’s central bank. Anti-bankers William Harrison, Zachary Taylor, Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield and William McKinley all died in presidential office. Three of them were shot. Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt all wrote privately that they and the US government were under the control of the big banks. JFK, among many sins, was printing silver backed notes outside the Federal Reserve system and had to be eliminated. They didn’t even wait for RFK to be elected and murdered him during the 1968 presidential campaign.
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