Trump inherited supreme powers intended for others

The powers amassed by each successive president through the negligence of Congress and the courts empower whomever occupies the Oval Office to act as a dictator, above the law and beyond any real accountability. In this episode of On Target, John W. Whitehead examines the presidential powers that will be inherited by the next president—powers which add up to a toolbox of terror for an imperial ruler.

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TAP – Obama no doubt intended to deliver these powers into the hands of Hillary Clinton, working for her Soros, and supported by Bush.  They must be doubly furious that Trump, backed by the Mercers since only a single year before the election took place, nipped in and grabbed the dictatorial level of powers they had been busily creating for their own use.


One Response to “Trump inherited supreme powers intended for others”

  1. Freemason and /or evil Satanist? Is there a difference between the two? Is it conceivable that good Freemasonic factions exist just as appalled as we all are at the evil and anti human agendas ? This article shines some tantalising light on what might be going on.
    Is Trump a Freemason?

    This video speculates that Trump appears to be a Mason based upon the heavy use of symbolism within Trump Tower. His penthouse apartment is on the 66th floor. (66 is 33rd Degree Mason times 2) There is no 66th floor in Trump Tower. He had to eliminate 9 numbered-floors, plus the superstitious 13th floor, so that his penthouse occupied the 66th floor. Why would anyone do this unless they were determined to live on the 66th floor for some strange superstitious reason?

    Was the US Election Freemason vs Rothschild?
    This same feud may even go back to the machinations behind World War II. Adolf Hitler is suspected of being an illegitimate Rothschild heir, who was not too fond of Freemasonry in Germany. The Nazis claimed that high-degree Masons were willing members of the Jewish conspiracy and that Freemasonry was one of the causes of Germany’s defeat in World War I

    Was Trumps Presidency planned before he was born? Was his birth induced/Caesarian to fall when it did?

    On his Inauguration Day, Donald J. Trump was exactly 70 years, 7 months, and 7 days old. Was this somehow planned?
    Many high-level Masons, as well as powerful Jews, are not happy with the way things are going in the world and feel threatened by some of the events that have exploded upon them this past decade or so. Trump represents a faction within Freemasonry and Jewry that has rebelled against the status quo. This faction is deplored by what it sees are the results of the failed policies of the Neo-Cons and the Sabbatean section of world Jewry. This faction has decided to lead a populist crusade against this insanity.

    Donald Trump being a Freemason is not necessarily a bad thing. He will not be our first Masonic president if he is elected. His populism and nationalism, to this writer at least, are real. Many patriots–and many Masons–are dismayed by what they see the Rothschild family doing to the world today: for instance, endless wars in the middle east, non-white migration into Europe and north America, a stagnant and weak economy. Trump and his fellow ‘lodge-buddies’ represent an insurrectionist force in American politics.

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