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ALL BANKS, MILITARY, GOVERNMENTS PREPARED AND SWORN TO SILENCE.


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Geopolitical Overview: "Precedent" -- May 18, 2017



Source: Dinar Chronicles

Precedent means there is a recorded history of an event happening before.

There’s a school of thought that says a key reason the Republican congressional majority would assent to a Trump impeachment / resignation because the GOP would get the president they really wanted, current Vice President Mike Pence.

Although Pence was Governor of Indiana when he and Trump ran in 2016, he never had any known aspirations of becoming President.

Pence also is too far a right conservative to win a national election, let alone be re-elected in 2020 should Trump exit the White House prematurely.

So who will be the next US President?

The closest historical precedent to a double resignation of both the President and Vice President is the resignation of Nixon and his original Vice-President, Spiro Agnew, who resigned in 1973, a year before Nixon went down.

A little House of Representative history lesson: Less than a year before Richard M. Nixon’s resignation as President of the United States (August 8, 1974), Spiro Agnew became the first U.S. Vice President to resign in disgrace.

Agnew was immediately replaced by Gerald Ford, who was then the minority whip in the House of Representatives. And when Nixon resigned in June 1974, in stepped Ford not Agnew as the next President.

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