Skip to comments.Terry McAuliffe and New World Order
Posted on 11/09/2008 6:18:51 AM PST by CautiouslyHopeful
Terry McAwful accidentally name-drops the "New World Order" on CNN. Take a look at this Establishment hack's face as he realizes what he's saying on national television. According to him, Dear Leader is a terrific choice for new NWO Potentate of the North American Sector. LOL! Or is it just really scary? Bye-bye, national sovereignty.
But I heard about protests in Seattle against Bush 1 because HE wanted NWO.
The NWO leader already has an anthem-
that angelic choir of little glassy-eyed left coast children singing “Obama’s gonna’ change the world, he’s gonna’ change it, and rearrange it...Obamas gonna’ change the world”
I wonder if they will perform at the coronation in January?
Yes. That’s a very telling clip.
Same old shit coming down the same old pipes. Only difference is a new a-hole.
Feb 3, 2002
JUDICIAL WATCH INVESTIGATING DNC CHAIRS LINK TO BANKRUPT GLOBAL CROSSING
DNCs Terrence McAuliffe Turned $100,000 Investment Into $18 Million (Companys Accounting Practices Questioned)
Companys Chairman Was Major Donor To Clinton Library -- Received Questionable Pentagon Contract
(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch, the public interest law firm that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced that it would investigate Democratic National Committee Chairman Terrence McAuliffes ties to Global Crossing, which recently made the fourth largest bankruptcy filing in history. During the 1990's, McAuliffe reportedly turned a $100,000 investment in the company into a $18 million profit. McAuliffe also reportedly did political work for the companys founder Gary Winnick. After his windfall profits, McAuliffe set up a golf outing for Winnick and then President Bill Clinton. Winnick later donated at least $1 million to Bill Clintons Presidential Library. ..."
I love your posts. Succinct and to the point, always....
For those of you who didn’t see this coming (or refused to)
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