The United States of America declared its independence on July 4, 1776. More than 240 years later, that independence is being threatened like never before.
Today marks the anniversary of the assassination of President James Abram Garfield in 1881, an act which led directly to the passage of the Pendleton Act of 1883, which created the United States Civil Service System.
If America decided to declare independence from Britain on July 2, why do we celebrate our independence on July 4?
VIDEO - In this episode of Behind The Deep State, host Alex Newman gives you the true history of the Illuminati. Founded in 1776 by Adam Weishaupt, the secret society worked to infiltrate and hijack Freemasonry. The diabolical agenda was to overthrow Christianity and all the governments of Europe to create a "utopia" based on principles very similar to those espoused by Karl Marx and communists a century later. The bloody French Revolution was their first great success. All this and more in this episode of Behind The Deep State!
Law enforcement use of geo-fencing warrants is substantially similar to the use of the Writs of Assistance by the British that sparked the Revolutionary War.
Until now, many historians and politicians have been reluctant to offer any critical perspective on the late Martin Luther King, Jr. Perhaps with these new revelations, such an honest assessment can now begin.
A letter written by George Washington was recently made public, and reveals the author's opposition to a second convention of states.