John F. Kennedy Jr.’s George magazine cleverly unmasked and exposed the corruption and evil of the world, but did his nose for news actually foretell what is going on today? In the end, of course, he might have been just another number in the Clinton body count. But there are those who still believe that JFK Jr. outfoxed the fascist globalist sellouts on all sides, such as the Bushes and Clintons.
Kennedy not only owned George, he served as editor-in-chief, and his hard-hitting style in the 1990s had many Deep State players quaking in their boots. RenaudBe says many of the magazine’s political articles mirrored issues we see today. In the following video, RenaudBe focuses on the August 1997 issue of George, which features actor Harrison Ford on the cover. “The more things change, the more they stay the same,” he says. He points out that the message on Ford’s top hat was his own editing, not the magazine’s.
Perhaps the most telling article in the issue, is the profile on Janet Reno, attorney general in the Clinton Administration. Although the media usually portrayed Reno and President Clinton as adversaries, that was a fallacy, according to then-Clinton senior advisor Rahm Emmanuel. The article was critical of Reno for cutting a deal with Clinton to retain her job in exchange for not appointing an independent counsel in the fund-raising scandal involving Vice-President Al Gore, who was illegally soliciting campaign funds while at the White House. Not only did she mishandle the Gore shenanigans, but she also adjudicated the case of John Huang, a Democratic National Committee staffer who solicited funds from China for Clinton’s campaign! Sound familiar? All Reno could muster was, “We have to look into it.” President Clinton denied knowing anything about it and pleaded with Reno not to appoint an independent prosecutor, promising her job was safe.
Fast forward a couple of decades and Clinton was at it again, begging Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch on an Arizona tarmac to make Hillary’s email atrocities go away in exchange for perhaps a Supreme Court appointment. “They don’t change. They don’t have any new options. They do the same thing over and over,” RenaudBe says.
The most eerie piece in the issue comes from a segment called the “Junk Mail Alert,” where there’s a reference to the Clintons “picking corn.” RenaudBe says we know the term corn refers to intelligence, as was suggested in the Q posts (Post 3710) during the Jim Comey saga. And who penned this alert? A writer named John Solomon. Could this be the same investigative reporter monitoring today’s Deep State activities? You be the judge.
And finally, RenaudBe wonders why Kennedy named his dog, Friday. Could it be because that was the day his father was assassinated? He loved that dog and Friday was not on the plane to Martha’s Vineyard that crashed. “We talked about how things were going to be Biblical at the beginning of this video,” RenaudBe says. “What is more Biblical than a dead person coming back to life. John Kennedy Jr. could of faked his death easily, because he was an overly cautious pilot and always flew with a co-pilot and flight instructor, and always took Friday with him.” But on this day, says RenaudBe, there was no flight instructor and no Friday on the plane. Here’s more with RenaudBe, as he brings us more gems from the issue, including references to human trafficking and pedophilia.