Globalists denied their Republican 2016 presidential candidate
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
At no time in U.S. history was globalist rule challenged more than in the 2016 presidential election, in both major political parties. Democratic enthusiasm clearly went to Bernie Sanders (not an establishment candidate) and not to long-term establishment candidate Hillary Clinton, who is believed to have used the DNC to eliminate opponent Sanders who had three times the crowd attendance. Had the race been fair, it is plausible the Democrats would not have had a globalist candidate.