Friday, December 9, 2016

One last comment about the election: There are 3,141 counties in the USA, and Trump won 3,084 of them; Clinton only 57. Yet, Clinton got over 2 million more popular votes?

That seems unbelievable. Wouldn't she have had had to win those 57 counties in impossible landslides? Most of those counties were big metropolitan counties like Cook County in Illinois (Chicago) and the several counties of New York City. But, Trump is a native of New York City and has lived there his whole life. He has been very active in the city, very involved in city events, including city charities. He beat all his Republican rivals handily in New York City. And even though New York City has a lot of minorities and other Democratic strongholds, there are also a lot of rich people there, and weren't they drawn to Trump's ideas for tax cuts, etc.? If Hillary beat him there, fine, but did she really beat him in a landslide in his home town? That seems hard to believe.

The idea of falsifying and stealing elections in America isn't new. It's widely believed and accepted that JFK did it in 1960. Mayor Daley in Chicago had dead people voting- twice. Major Republican figures were urging Richard Nixon to contest the results and to refuse to concede the election. But, Nixon didn't, and he said it was because he didn't want to throw the whole country into turmoil. Of course, as President, JFK went on to win Americans over, and he certainly would have won the 1964 election in a landslide, fair and square. Heck, if LBJ, who wasn't likable at all, and had as many enemies as he had friends, could beat Goldwater in a landslide, imagine what JFK would have done to him. It probably would have been the biggest landslide in US electoral history. Note, however, that at the time of the JFK assassination, the leading candidate and presumed Republican nominee for President was Nelson Rockefeller. And, if you presume the JFK assassination didn't happen, then it scrambles everything, and you have to reconsider it all. It might have been JFK vs Rockefeller. Wouldn't that have been something? Two uber-rich guys, whose very names were synonymous with wealth, duking it out for the Presidency? But, JFK would have made mincemeat of him. 

Incidentally, Nelson Rockefeller was very close friends with LBJ, even though they were of opposite parties. As the saying goes: politics makes for strange bedfellows. It's well known that Nelson Rockefeller had very close ties to Allen Dulles and the CIA. Dulles would go to Nelson Rockefeller and his brother David for money for off-the-record CIA operations, and they ponied up. That's in David Talbot's book. Now consider this:

‘Rodney Stich’s book,”DEFRAUDING AMERICA,” tells of a “deep-cover CIA officer” assigned to a counter-intelligence unit, code-named Pegasus. This unit “had tape-recordings of plans to assassinate Kennedy” from a tap on the phone of J.Edgar Hoover. The people on the tapes were “(Nelson) Rockefeller, Alan Dulles, (Lyndon) Johnson of Texas, George Bush and J.Edgar Hoover.’
‘According to Stich’s source, there were conversations between Rockefeller, (J.Edgar) Hoover, where Rockefeller asks, “Are we going to have any problems?” And he said, “No, we aren’t going to have any problems. I checked with Dulles. If they do their job we’ll do our job.” There are a whole bunch of tapes, because Hoover didn’t realize that his phone had been tapped.’

Another very close but unlikely friendship was the one between LBJ and George HW Bush, who skipped Nixon's inauguration in order to see LBJ off at the airport. What exactly was the bond between Bush and Johnson? Do you think maybe it was BLOOD?????  

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