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Woodrow Wilson waits to his death bed to lament the Federal Reserve Act: Gee thanks: Is There a Doctor in the House of Representatives!?

Woodrow Wilson waits to his death bed to lament the Federal Reserve Act: Gee thanks: Is There a Doctor in the House of Representatives!?

Born: December 28, 1856
Died: February 3, 1924
Education: Princeton University
Political Party: Democrat

Woodrow Wilson was elected President in 1913, beating incumbent William Howard Taft, who had vowed to veto legislation establishing a central bank. One year earlier, in 1912, Wilson was brought to Democratic Party headquarters by Bernard Baruch, a conspiring banker mogul. Here Wilson agreed to a deal with the devils in exchange for political and financial support from the Rockefeller-Morgan bankers. Wilson swore in secret that if elected President, he would support the banker’s Federal Reserve scam and push for the first ever progressive income tax on the American people.

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2nd Ambassador Comes Forward… EXPLODES CIA Election Claims… “I Know Who…”

2nd Ambassador Comes Forward… EXPLODES CIA Election Claims… “I Know Who…”

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The liberal media have been playing up a report by the Central Intelligence Agency that hackers aligned with the Russian government had allegedly provided Julian Assange with the hacked emails his website WikiLeaks published during the fall, but a former British ambassador to Uzbekistan is going public again to blow the story out of the water.

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Donald Trump now has three Goldman Sachs Men in his stable!

So, make America Goldman Sachs again?

Donald Trump now has three Goldman Men in his stable. First was his new Chief Strategist Steve Bannon. Next came Trump’s nominee for Treasury, Steve Mnutchen. And today, we find out that Trump has chosen Goldman Sachs president & COO Gary Cohn to be National Economic Council Director.


These aren’t Mickey Mouse positions. We’re talking real power and influence here.

So, we learn just one month after the election that no matter who the winner turned out to be, Goldman Sachs and Wall Street were going to come out smelling like roses.

Playing both sides of a fight is nothing new. In fact, you can look at the mess in Syria as a good example of how the U.S. government plays different sides.

The Ron Paul Institute reported earlier this year: 

“one set of rebels supported by the Central Intelligence Agency is at war with another set of rebels supported by the Pentagon!”

That’s right. Go ahead and read that one again. Let it sink in.

Goldman Sachs had both sides of this election.

What a pity.