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16. Don't we have to consider that US politics is One Major Party with two Right Wings?
....and a cooperative and enabling corporate owned press corps?

Didn't Pelosi sign off on the FISA bill, and approve Porter Goss "managing" the house ethics committee?

Didn't this:

Wendell Wilkie: Fighter for Freedom - Page 559
by Ellsworth Barnard - Biography & Autobiography - 1971 - 628 pages

Willkie told me after it was all over that he had never heard of Davis before
Sam Pryor told him of the oil man's willingness to pay for the Lewis broadcast ...
Limited preview - About this book - Add to my library - More editions

Willkie: The Events He was Part Of, the Ideas He Fought for - Page 222
by Joseph Barnes - 1952 - 405 pages

Willkie had never heard of Davis before Pryor told him that he was willing to
pay for the broadcast, and he said later that he would have rejected the offer ...

...act as a catalyst for the political and press corps cooperation that this coverup must
have required....over the course of three gubernatorial campaigns, in the most populous US state:

....Early life and political career...

...It was not documented, until July 20, 2008, and never previoulsy disclosed by Davis, that his grandfather was WWII Nazi agent, William Rhodes Davis, an American working to supply oil from Mexico for Hitler's Germany, and to aid the 1940 presidential election campaign of republican candidte, Wendell Wilkie. William Rhodes Davis died about August 1, 1941, a year before the birth of Gray Davis, reportedly "removed" by British spymaster Sir William Stephenson, aka "Intrepid".<7>....

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