The characters of the greatest conspiracy in American history are listed below. There are many interesting facts about these people. A great deal to time and search has revealed this story to be even more of a mystery than originally believed. Much of the evidence and the characters points to the epicenter of the plot… New York.
Richard M. NixonWatergate Amendment
Nelson RockfellerWatergate Amendment
Henry KissingerWatergate Amendment
Nixon noted he had met Henry Kissinger only once before he was elected President.
In Kissinger’s book ‘White House Years’, he called Rockefeller “the single most influential person in my life.” Henry also did the eulogy at Rockefeller’s funeral.
In 1970 the 13 OPEC members was in an obscure international office in Vienna. Then Secretary of State Henry Kissinger officially recognized OPEC as the agent to set world on the price of oil by an agreement forged by Henry Kissinger.
1968 Governor Wallace took Southern Humphrey Democratic voters in six states plus the states he won, thus insuring a Nixon victory.
|–||Popular Votes||Electoral Votes|
|Nixon||31,783,783||43.42 – 301|
|Humphrey||31,271,839||42.72 – 191|
|Wallace||9,901,118||13.53 – 46|
Wallace was well financed and politically supported by powerful sources. He only ran once as an independent, after the election of 1968. His brother Gerald was investigated for channeling kickbacks to George. Governor Wallace settled with the IRS not to run as an independent but decided to run in the Democratic primary in 1972.
On May 12, 1972 Arthur Bremer, 21, shot George Wallace in Laurel, Maryland. Witnesses commented Bremer seemed to be in a fog of some sort, he had a spine-tingling smirk, or silly grin. Like he was on some kind of drugs.
Ford’s dependence on Kissinger was amplified by…The night before he was sworn in as President, Ford made and important declaration: in front of his home in Alexandria, Va. He announced that “Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger will remain in his cabinet.”
Gerald Ford was the first man to become both president and vice president without being elected to either office.
President Gerald Ford as we know him. However when he was born in Omaha. ‘Leslie Lynch King Jr.’ Nebraska July 14, 1913. His name He was named after his father. His mother divorced King and married Mr. Ford later Leslie was adopted and his name was changed.
The 1st Assassination Attempt
Activity following the attempt on President Ford’s life by (Drugie & Charley Manson girl) Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme, in Sacramento, California, September 5, 1975. In a June, 1976, Playboy interview, she said that there was a “part that I don’t think I can talk about. I just haven’t figured out a way to talk about it and protect everyone. I’m not saying that anyone helped me plan it. I’m not just saying that there are other things- which means there are other people, though not in terms of a conspiracy. There are areas I’m not willing to talk about for a lot of reasons.”
The 2nd Assassination Attempt
President Ford winces at the sound of the gun fired by (Drugie) Sara Jane Moore during the assassination attempt in San Francisco, California, September 22, 1975.
Governor Agnew was actually a protégé of Nelson Rockefeller. He traveled often to New York visiting Governor Rockefeller.
Agnew headed up the Rockefeller for President and formed a committee to draft New York for president in 1968. Standard Oil had lots of real-estate and a ship building yard in Maryland.
On His Own Terms: A Life of Nelson Rockefeller by Richard Norton Smith… 2014 …Rockefeller knew Spiro well, he commented he made as Governor $25,000 a year plus tips. Rocky also gave Agnew cash in 1968.
So how does… Spiro… Who…? Become Nixon’s Vice President?
Joseph Brine served as Pat Nixon’s personal assistant throughout her husband’s presidential years. . His remembrance of the Nixon/Rockefeller meeting can be found in the Oral History of Joseph Brine at the Nixon Presidential Library.
At the 1968 Convention in Miami, After Nixon got the nomination. he invited Rockefeller up to his suite. Was considering his vice presidential choice.
Nixon said, “Governor,” Nixon reconfigured his sentence, “you can name the vice president. I
have one requirement. You cannot name yourself.”
While Rockefeller thought over the offer, Dick Nixon paced.
Nelson Rockefeller spoke a name. Richard Nixon, perhaps due to the noise coming from the delegates below, perhaps due to the ferocity of his pacing, did not hear the governor.
“What?” Nixon said.
Nelson Rockefeller again spoke a name. Perhaps to trifle with Nixon, he spoke the name in a near whisper.
“What?” Nixon said again.
“Ted,” Nelson Rockefeller said again.
Dick Nixon looked at the governor. “His look conveyed total ignorance,” according to Joseph Brine.
“Who was Ted?”
Nixon must have searched his mind, going down the list of possible vice presidents. There was a George on the list. There was a Ronald. There were a couple of Johns. There wasn’t a Ted. Kennedy was clearly out. Still, Nixon, being Nixon, he couldn’t admit his ignorance. So he did what he always did in those circumstances. He looked at his right-hand man.”
In this case his right-hand man was a woman. Pat Nixon, with her empty whiskey glass held out for seconds, asked the question on her husband’s mind.
“Who is Ted?”
Rockefeller smiled. “His only smile of the evening,” according to Joseph Brine.
“Spiro Agnew,” Rockefeller said. “His family and friends call him Ted. His middle name is Theodore.”
Rocky got his VP… and of course later, Henry Kissinger appointed to the Nixon White house.
After the 72 election and the Watergate mess is starting to boil… Mr. Clean… Vice President Agnew plight is set…
Agnew concluded that the president had abandoned him. The vice president even feared for his life.
Nixon aides ask Agnew to voluntarily resign, a request he resists. In return, Agnew levels accusations that White House staffers began a media leak campaign designed to drive him from office.
On September 29, 1973 … in Los Angeles, fired up by an enthusiastic gathering of the National Federation of Republican Women, Agnew defiantly shouted, “I will not resign if indicted!” As Agnew later explained, he had spent the previous evening at the home of the singer Frank Sinatra, who had urged him to fight back.
Nixon’s new chief of staff, Alexander Haig, brought in to keep the Nixon administration intact under the specter of the Watergate investigations, begins pushing Agnew to resign.
Agnew will later say that he felt Haig was implicitly threatening his life if he didn’t “go quietly”
Haig finds Agnew so menacing that he tells his wife if he disappeared, she “might want to look inside any recently poured concrete bridge pilings in Maryland.”
Agnew will return to private life (in what one reporter will call “an affluent obscurity”)
He will make a lot of money as an agent in the middle east oil industry. (Standard Oil)
Agnew died suddenly on September 17, 1996, aged 77 at Atlantic General Hospital, in Berlin, Maryland.
Former Nixon speechwriter Pat Buchanan recalls Agnew’s “raw political courage” for serving as “the voice of the silent majority” during the Nixon administration, and says:
“Of all those caught up—on both sides—in the American tragedy of 1973-1974 [Watergate], Spiro Agnew was one of the good guys.… At a time when the establishment was craven in pandering to rioters and demonstrators, Spiro Agnew told the truth.”
In 1969, Haig was a colonel. Four years later he had miraculously become a four star general, having skipped the three star rank entirely. What happened to trigger this remarkable rise?
Haig became an assistant to then Sec of State & National Security officers when Nixon raised him to four-star rank. Such a
promotion should mark Haig as one of the great military leaders in our history. But his promotions did not come as a result of military campaign or accomplishments at the Pentagon… no he rise was because of his work in the White House with Henry Kissinger.
For most of the final Nixon year, as Haig himself would agree, he [Haig] was the acting president of the United States.
Lloyd Shearer writes: “From May 1973 to August 1974, Haig was Nixon’s chief of staff. It was he who adroitly engineered,
orchestrated and choreographed Nixon’s resignation from the Presidency.
Nixon & John Mitchell
(A Rockefeller man)
John Mitchell and the secrets of Watergate
By James Rosen
Rockefeller, considered John Mitchell as indispensable.
The Wall Street Journal once reported that Nixon, shortly after being elected president, encountered Rockefeller at a social function and (Rockefeller) tried to introduce him to John Mitchell. “Don’t you know?
Rockefeller asked Nixon, incredulous and condescending. “John is my Lawyer”
After losing to Kennedy in 1960, Nixon ran for Governor in California, but lost to Pat Brown in 1962. He left his law practice, and moved to New York, where he joined as a partner in the law firm with of John Mitchell Wall Street law firm, Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, Alexander & Mitchell.
On June 17, 1972, Frank Wills, an African American worker, was making his rounds on the graveyard shift at the Watergate buildings when he sounded the alarm about the break-in.
Wills found it hard to get a job after Watergate. One Washington area university told Wills they were afraid to hire him for fear their federal funds might be cut.
Journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein got $5 million from the University of Texas in 2003 for their Watergate notebooks and files. Frank Wills didn’t even get a pension.
Wills lived in a house without lights because he wasn’t able to pay the electric bill. He died penniless in an Augusta, Ga., hospital of a brain tumor on Sept. 27, 2000.
Even before Rockefeller was confirmed as Vice President, there was warnings of Nixon Rockefeller intermingling?
Thirty-seventh Governor (1967–1971) and the first Republican Governor since the civil war.
The election of 1966 was a watershed in Arkansas political history, for it not only saw the election of the state’s first Republican governor since 1872, but it was an election in which black voters cast the deciding vote. The segregationist state Democratic Party nominated former Supreme Court JusticeJames D. (Jim) Johnson. While Rockefeller welcomed black votes, Johnson refused to shake hands with them. In the end, Rockefeller won with fifty-four percent of the vote. He became close friend of George Wallace Governor of Alabama.