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Democrats: Ditching Their Whole Ticket?

Parallels to the Jews’ Nixon/Agnew problem

by William White Williams
Chairman, National Alliance

I DON’T CARE MUCH to follow the circus that Dr. Pierce rightly ridiculed as

that quadrennial ritual of our democracy: choosing a new Maximum Leader to occupy the big, white fortress on Washington’s Pennsylvania Avenue for the next four years.

But after the recent Trump/Biden presidential debate it’s difficult to not give it some attention. The race for president so dominates the mainstream news cycle that there is little else for a news junkie to follow. (Israel’s war against her fellow Semites and other neighbors is still a big story, of course, but the coverage on most US news outlets is very one-sided in favor of America’s alleged “best ally.” Anyone who wants a more balanced view should follow the topic “Palestinians & Friends Attack Israeli Occupiers” over at whitebiocentrism.com (WB). It opened on 7 October, 2023, the day the present conflict between Israel and Gaza began — and it was begun and is updated regularly by former National Alliance member John Ubele who now resides in Iran. John regularly provides reports from alternative, non-Jewish Mideast media. That WB topic currently has more than 55,000 views but deserves a lot more.)

There is ever-increasing chatter about replacing Joe Biden as the Democratic Party’s nominee since his disastrous debate performance last week, on 27 June. Now nearly everyone, even Biden’s fellow Democrats, agree that he can’t defeat Donald Trump in November — much less serve four more years as President in his obviously senile state, if somehow elected. A few diehard Democrats, though, are still calling for cognitively-disabled Joe to “stay the course” rather than step down, This could easily lead to a 25th Amendment situation, whereby the mixed-race Vice President Kamala Harris, who is even less popular and less qualified than her boss, would step in as President. Can they be serious?

What a dilemma! I started thinking about this last year, remembering well the 1974 removal of President Nixon, who the Jews mistrusted. The Jewish power structure had a problem, though: Nixon’s Vice President, Spiro Agnew, was an outspoken critic of Jewry, and they hated him even more than they hated Nixon — and Agnew would automatically take Nixon’s place if Nixon resigned or was otherwise taken care of. Therefore they had to oust Agnew first — which they did on contrived, trumped up charges of bribery and extortion. Agnew was replaced with the amiable, bumbling Gerald Ford of Warren Commission fame. Then the stage was properly set. When Nixon was forced to resign to avoid impeachment, up stepped the malleable and agreeable Ford.

It is probably not Harris’s stupidity and ineptitude that bothers Jewry so much, but her lack of complete support for Israel, despite the fact that her husband is a Jew. So how can they first replace Harris, before forcing Biden to step down?

I’m speculating whimsically, but there is precedent for this situation. Last year I purchased former Vice President Spiro Agnew’s very revealing 1980 book Go Quietly…or Else. The book details how he was ousted from his duly-elected office. In chapter 16, “Get That Guy Out of There,” he recounts what Nixon’s Attorney General (and stooge for Jewry) Elliot Richardson said in a memorandum:

The Yom Kippur War demonstrated “how important it was to wind up this matter as promptly as possible,” Richardson said. He felt much more strongly about this now than he had two weeks ago.

Richardson wanted someone in the line of succession to the presidency who, like Nixon, would defend Israel, whatever the risk to the United States. My resignation must be obtained immediately.

I have not read Agnew’s entire book and note that the word “Jews” is not in the index, but I will go out on a limb and assume that Judge Hoffman, who presided in United States of America v. Spiro T. Agnew, as well as Skolnik, the prosecutor in that kangaroo court, were members of the Tribe.

I hope a better researcher and writer than I can look more into the possibilities of an “Agnew solution” to the Kamala Harris problem.

I also purchased Rachel Maddow’s 2020 book about Agnew, Bag Man: the Wild Crimes, Audacious Cover Up, and Spectacular Downfall of a Brazen Crook in the White House. A few new facts are found in those pages, but it’s mostly a whitewash of the anti-Agnew conspiracy, as was expected from the demi-Jew lesbian. Agnew’s book, written seven years after the fact with numerous FOIA documents in hand, is much more believable.

After seeing how the Jew-run Democrat Department of Justice has prosecuted and tied up Trump in various court venues, I won’t put it past them to use the courts to somehow replace Harris, then Biden, with someone more to their liking. Not that it will matter, but it is something to consider.

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William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
2 July, 2024 12:43 pm

One possible scenario for replacing Harris as VP is for either of the “conservative” septuagenarian justices, Thomas (75) or Alito (72), to retire and her boss then nominate her to replace him. That will not occur prior to the November election but could later, if Biden should somehow be re-elected — then his nominee confirmed by an irresponsible, lockstep majority Democrat-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee. A more agreeable replacement for Harris as VP could step up to replace Biden as he is forced to step down. However, it’s unlikely that Thomas or Alito would retire if Biden held on to the presidency for a second term. One of them would have to die. The Democrats’ biggest nightmare seems to be Trump returning as “Maximum Leader,” when he will certainly replace both… Read more »

Shieldmaiden
Shieldmaiden
4 July, 2024 3:23 pm

Nice article Chairman, there was talk of Gavin Newsome possibly on standby to replace Biden. As if Biden wasn’t a problem enough with his twit of a VP, Newsome would be an absolute dumpster fire.

William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Shieldmaiden
11 July, 2024 9:25 am

Just a thought about how evenly divided the herd is with the Dems vs. GOP phony fight ruse. I saw yesterday where Jews, led by Wyden, want to investigate Justice Thomas now. Too little, too late, Jewboys.

Trump has nicknamed the sitting VP “Laughing Kamala.” Thet’s funny.

I look forward to Chocolate Chicago’s DNC next month, if it’s not cancelled. Last week’s CNN headline there (races unspecified):

Chicago reels from violent holiday weekend: More than 100 shot, 19 fatally

Gun violence… peaks every summer and Chicago’s Fourth of July weekend bore the data out…All of the victims were boys and men ranging in age from 16 to 36 years old, according to police records…

Guest
Guest
11 July, 2024 12:55 pm

General Jackson’s manners are more presidential than those of any of the candidates. He is grave, mild, and reserved. My wife is for him decidedly.
-Daniel Webster (Letter to his brother, Ezekiel Webster, (1824))