politics 30 American Politicians (Allegedly) in the Illuminati  

Mike Rothschild
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Virtually every American president, vice president, presidential candidate, and high-level governor or senator is alleged to have some link to the Illuminati. Whether they're a puppet of the cabal or a powerful decision-maker, every one was placed into their position by the Illuminati to advance the group's goals of making more money and consolidating their power.

Here is a list of the most important Illuminati members that have attained prestige and influence in American politics and government-based economics. There are many others, but these are the most important. When it comes to Illuminati politics, there may be no end to their power.

From Barack Obama to Franklin D. Roosevelt, Illuminati members in politics come from all eras and all political parties. Allegedly, the Illuminati has had their hand in elections, appointments, and almost all other aspects of government in America. What other Illuminati conspiracies involve American politicians?  Which of your favorite elected officials might actually American Illuminati politicians? Read through the list of Illuminati in politics to find out.

Barack Obama is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list 30 American Politicians (Allegedly) in the Illuminati
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President Obama is thought by many to have been hand-picked by the Illuminati to either bring down the United States or to usher in a fascist police state through socialist laws and staged conflicts. Virtually every action he has taken has been analyzed for Illuminati influence, with others believing he is either an agent of Satan or the actual Antichrist.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list 30 American Politicians (Allegedly) in the Illuminati
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A prominent member of the high-level Illuminati Roosevelt family, FDR is thought to have played a critical role in the staging and propaganda of World War II, which brought tremendous wealth and power to the cabal. Some believe his death during his fourth term was actually an Illuminati assassination because he opposed using the atomic bomb.

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Gerald Ford is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list 30 American Politicians (Allegedly) in the Illuminati
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Ford gained infamy for pardoning fellow Illuminati President Richard Nixon, who in turn had appointed him to be Vice President. NWOtoday describes the former president as “a member of the Bilderberg group, the Bohemian Club, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.”

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George W. Bush is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list 30 American Politicians (Allegedly) in the Illuminati
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A member of the powerful Bush political dynasty, Bush is thought to have been a high-ranking Illuminati member who played a key role in the September 11th false flag attack (false flag meaning a government's attack on its own country, which many believe was the case with 9/11) and the subsequent Patriot Act and war with Iraq. Bush also has numerous ties to big business, Wall Street, and oil companies.

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