History does repeat itself in marvelous ways....The precursor to the 2020 scamdemic was the 1793 scamdemic in Philadelphia.

Today's Presidential election is also a repeat of the 1928 Presidential election when Catholic Al Smith was supposed to be President, and Joe Robinson was supposed to be Vice President.

Herbert Hoover (1874–1964).
President from 1931 to 1934.

The 1928 Presidential race pitted Alcohol Smith against Herbert Hoover.

It was the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 that first brought Herbert Hoover to the attention of the public because he never served in any elective office prior to his run for the Presidency.

"Wonder Boy" Hoover was "controlled opposition," who wanted Al Smith to win, and was disappointed when he was elected!


Hoover did not look happy during
his April 1929 inauguration!!

That Presidential race was not even close because Al Smith did not even win his home state of New York. There was a lot of fraud in that election too because Pope Pius IX released the souls in Purgatory for one day in order to vote for Smith and Robinson!

NY Governor Alfred E. Smith

New York Democratic governor Alfred E. Smith expected to be inaugurated as President on April 4, 1929.

That did not come to pass and the Great Depression began in October 1929.

NY Democratic Senator Hillary Digby Churchill Clinton expected to be inaugurated as President on January 20, 2017.

That did not come to pass and there is "hell to pay" right now!



NY Senator Hillary Digby Churchill
Clinton's concession speech,
Nov. 9, 2016.

Hillary Clinton desperately wanted to be the first female President, but she was already too late because Margaret Thatcher served as co-President for 8 years with Ronald Reagan!

\The Great Depression was the work of an Edomite named Eugene Meyer, who served as chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank from 1930 to 1933. Meyer failed to attack the economic catastrophe with economic stimulus, and that deepened the economic collapse.

A "humble" Hitler was appointed
chancellor on January 30, 1933.

Paul Von Hindenburg appointed Hitler as chancellor on January 30, 1933.

Hitler's only qualification for that position was the fact that he was a grandson of Queen Victoria!

FDR was inaugurated as President on March 3, 1933.

Hitler retired to Argentina in April 1945, while Winston Churchill sent FDR to meet his Maker on April 12, 1945.

FDR was inaugurated on
March 3, 1933.

Immediately after becoming President, Roosevelt confiscated all the gold belonging to U.S. citizens. Most of that gold came from California. Following WWI, Germany was FLAT BROKE and owed millions in reparations to France....Money doesn't grow on trees . . . even in Germany. The millions of Nazis who fought for the Third Reich expected to be paid in real money of gold and silver!

Winston Churchill at his desk
On April 5, 1933, Roosevelt ordered
all U.S. citizens to turn in their gold.

Executive Order 6103, signed by President Roosevelt, ordered the confiscation of all private gold at $20.67 an ounce.

The next year gold was revalued at $35.00 an ounce. It was called the Great Gold Robbery of 1933.

It was the greatest gold theft since Cortés and Pizarro.

Henry J. Morgenthau (1891–1967).
Henry J. Morgenthau (1891
Treasury Sec. from '34 to '45.

Those who didn't turn in their gold faced 10 years in jail and a $10,000 fine. It was one of the most egregious thefts in the entire history of the world.

Edomite Henry J, Morgenthau supervised the transfer of the gold to the Bank for International Settlements in Basil, Switzerland.

The innocuous HQ of the BIS in Basel, Switzerland, until 1977.
The innocuous looking HQ of the BIS
in Basel, Switzerland, until 1977.

The vast hoard of gold confiscated by Roosevelt was melted down, turned into ingots, and then shipped to the BIS (Bank for International Settlements) in Basel, Switzerland.

That gold financed the Nazi military buildup, including development of the atomic and hydrogen bombs!

Hitler was proclaimed Führer on
Hitler, laughing all the way to the BIS, was
appointed Führer on January 30, 1933.

By 1937, Roosevelt was in his second term and had not appointed one justice to the Supreme Court. 6 of the Supreme Court judges were over 70-years of age. Roosevelt reminded them of the infirmities of old age and DEMANDED that they all retire:

The FDR plan was simple. The Supreme Court had nine members. Six were over seventy years of age. For each member of the Court who declined to retire at age seventy, Roosevelt proposed that a co-justice be appointed to the Court to serve alongside the older justice. If his bill became law, Roosevelt immediately could make six appointments of co-justices to the Court, and the Court would jump in size from nine to fifteen members. If one of the six justices over seventy chose to retire, the President still would be able to make an appointment to fill his vacant seat on the bench as well as naming five co-justices, but the Court would go up only to fourteen members. If all the justices over seventy retired, FDR could then fill their vacancies, and the Court would stay at nine members. Either way, through the appointment of co-justices or through the retirement of justices over seventy, Roosevelt would have the authority to place on the Supreme Court persons whose philosophy agreed with his. (Back to Back: The Duel between FDR and the Supreme Court pp. 8-9).

Supreme Court justices are appointed for life, so they were not about to comply with Roosevelt's demand to retire. That would also have created a precedent for all judges to retire at 70.

Charles Evans Hughes (1862
Chief Justice from 1930 to 1941.

FDR really showed his true colors when he was reelected for a second term in 1936.

He demanded that Chief Justice Hughes, and 5 other justices over 70 resign. They refused, so a fierce court-packing battle ensued, led by Arkansas Senator Joe Robinson.

Robinson was Al Smith's running mate in 1928.

While leading the battle to pack the Court, Robinson died of a heart attack on July 17.

Senator Joe Robinson

An unprecedented heat wave struck the East Coast during the court-packing debate:

Almost from the beginning of the Senate debate on the Court bill a heat wave had held the eastern half of the nation in its stifling grasp. By Sunday, July 11, the death toll had reached one hundred and fifty persons, twenty-five of them in the New York city area. In Washington the temperature hovered at ninety-five degrees without promise of relief. Two persons died Monday from the heat; one on Tuesday. Thousands of persons slept on beaches or in parks, wherever they hoped to find some relief from the heat.
The heat was a bother to Joe Robinson. Now sixty-four years old and with a heart condition that had lately been giving him difficulty, he was decidedly uncomfortable as the heat wave enveloped his massive bulk. But he ignored it as best he could. He had a job to do and he intended to see that it was done. For fourteen years he had been leader of the Senate Democrats. He was proud of that tenure, proud of his record of party loyalty, proud of his ability to produce the needed votes from the Senate when he must. (Back to Back: The Duel between FDR and the Supreme Court, pp. 244-245).

Obviously, the elderly were vulnerable during the heat wave, but it never affected the 9 justices of the Supreme Court.

Hitler's was Roosevelt's best friend because his "Phoney War" enabled Roosevelt to run for an unprecedented third term in 1940. Even Generalissimo George Washington was content to serve for only 8 years.

British ambassador Lord Halifax

Thanks to the "Mothers Against Intervention," Roosevelt failed to get the New Jerusalem to declare war on Führer Adolf Hitler.

British ambassador Lord Halifax and Winston Churchill finally convinced Hirohito to attack Pearl Harbor.

Immediately after Pearl Harbor, FDR mobilized millions of Americans to fight Fascism and Nazism overseas!

The most dangerous dictator was sitting in a wheelchair in the White House!!

Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor speech was
made on Dec. 8, 1941.

President Lincoln warned the country about the enemy within . . . not the enemy without....The real threat to the Republic was the weather warfare waged from Canada!

Lord Halifax in the center,
looking down on
the wheelchair-bound FDR, Jan. 1942.

After the Nazis were defeated by the courageous Russians, Roosevelt realized that Churchill had no plans to grant freedom to India or other oppressed people.

He also grew tired of Halifax and Churchill pushing him around!

That led to his assassination of April 12, 1945.

The Unfinished Portrait of FDR by Elizabeth Shoumatoff.
The Unfinished Portrait of FDR
by Elizabeth Shoumatoff.

The baneful effects of the FDR dictatorship followed him to the grave because he was succeeded by Senator Harry S. Fakeman from Missouri.

President Truman took the oath of office on the Douay-Rheims Version. In the background can be seen the sinister admiral Leahy.
President Truman took the oath of office
on the Douay-Rheims Version.

The Bible was a rare book in the White House but they finally found a Douay-Rheims Version.

With his hand on the Bible, Fakeman was sworn-in as President.

Because the back door to the White House was left open, "give US hell, Harry" finally achieved his lifelong ambition.


Success at last....A "happy Harry" is
finally in the White House!

The best way to get into the White House is though the position of Vice President. That is why Joe Biden's supporters know that they can finally sneak a FEMALE into the White House if he succeeds in stealing the election!

Vital links


Baker, Leonard. Back to Back: The Duel Between FDR and the Supreme Court. The Macmillian Company, New York, 1967.

Lebor, Adam, Tower of Basel: The Shadowy History Of The Secret Bank That Runs The World. Perseus Book Group, New York, 2013.

Roberts, Andrew. The Holy Fox: The Life of Lord Halifax. Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd., London, 1991.

Simon, James F. FDR and Chief Justice Hughes: The President, the Supreme Court, and the Epic Battle Over the New Deal. Simon & Schuster, New York, 2014.

Weller, Cecil Edward Jr. Joe T. Robinson: Always a Loyal Democrat. University of Arkansas Press, 1998.

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