Yes, folks, yet another impostor, posing as a US presidential candidate, has been discovered.
Politicians are the middle-men between the proletariat and the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families. Possessing the manufactured demeanor of the used-car salesperson, they emerge into the public realm like fully-formed flesh and blood animated caricatures, and armed with an array of readymade pitches, euphemisms, and buzz words, they effectively proceed to peddle the dubious merits of the social and political agendas du jour to those of the gullible American public.
Their true identities – though their constituencies and the general public often remain unaware – are always found to be hidden behind pseudonyms, while the genuine features of their true visages remain hidden behind carefully-crafted masks, consisting of Hollywood stippling, deceptive camera and lighting angles and, very often, CGI animated modifications.
Though the adoption of such disguises while operating under false pretenses remains unlawful, it is not, however, technically illegal.
Despite the technical legality of their deceptive practices, due to the verification of third parties, these practices remain shrouded, and for good reason. If the true identity of the politicians to which they’ve sworn ideological allegiance were known by the general public, the ruling elites are well-cognizant, everyone would be less likely to vote for them and, even less likely, to place their trust in a political system persisting solely on such blatantly covert deceptions.
Though it is doubtful America’s political system would crumble if the general public were to become aware of the actor/entertainer hidden behind the mask of “Ted Cruz”, on the other hand, they would, there can be no doubt, become less inclined to cast their votes in his favor.
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