Trump’s pick for vice president, Mike Pence, is a man who stands in favor of free trade, TPP and Cruz/Rubio-style amnesty for illegals. He supported the Iraq War and is by all accounts a neoconservative (aka neo-cohen). He vocally opposed the Iran-U.S. nuclear agreement. He was one of the first to legislatively attack BDS, a business-based boycott movement against Israel. He is an evangelical, Israel-first Zionist. At last December’s GOP Jewish Coalition conference, he said, “Israel’s enemies are our enemies, Israel’s cause is our cause.” Pence is a full-bore, Zionist-occupied government (ZOG) drummer boy on nearly every issue.
Trump has now shown himself to be thoroughly in the grip of ZOG interests. He, too, is a faux nationalist; and like many politicians on the right in Europe, he’s a Judas Goat.
The story of the ZOG, big-money intrigue behind this pick was laid out in a sickening account by TIME magazine. Essentially, there’s an (((infestation))) in the Trump camp, which includes Trump’s Jewish son-in-law Jared Kushner, who was involved in some form of inside deal making with billionaire (((Sheldon “Drop a Nuke in the Iranian Desert” Adelson))). Adelson was pushing for ultra-ZOG Newt Gingrich. By all appearances, about the only factor that kept Gingrich off the ticket was ego. Trump thought Gingrich was too much competition for his own pompous personality, and Trump didn’t want to take direct orders from Adelson. So instead, a compromise was reached in ZOG-candidate Pence.
TIME: Gingrich had launched an aggressive push for the job. The former House Speaker enlisted a retinue of friends, from evangelical leaders to high-dollar donors, to pitch his candidacy. One of the most persuasive messengers came from within his own family, according to two people familiar with the deliberations. Jared Kushner, the husband of Trump’s daughter Ivanka, has become a central figure in his father-in-law’s campaign. An orthodox Jew who helped Trump re-orient his foreign policy to emphasize ties with Israel, Kushner serves as one of the campaign’s unofficial liaison to Adelson, a foreign policy hawk who lavishes money on pro-Israel causes.
Back in May, during a meeting at the St. Regis Hotel in New York, Adelson told Trump he was willing to contribute substantially to the presumptive Republican nominee’s campaign. During Trump’s deliberations over the vice-presidential pick, Adelson’s allies made clear that they would open the spigot if Gingrich — on whose 2012 presidential campaign Adelson dropped more than $20 million — was the pick, the Adelson ally said.
But the strings-attached offer turned Trump off, according to a Trump confidant. “Trump cannot be bought,” says a Trump ally, who was not authorized to speak on the record. “And he didn’t like the insinuation that [Adelson] has more money than he does.”
Detractors will claim that this ZOG activity — or even the notion of a ZOG — is a crackpot conspiracy theory. For those who are still confused about how this works, the following provides a 20-second explainer.