ALL U.S. Presidents (except one) related to one British King

What do Barack Obama, Thomas Jefferson, George W. Bush and the other past U.S. presidents have in common? Besides holding the coveted title of commander-in-chief, it appears that all of them but one are cousins.

The remarkable discovery was made by 12-year-old BridgeAnne d’Avignon, of Salinas, California, who created a ground-breaking family tree that connected 42 of 43 U.S. presidents to one common, and rather unexpected, ancestor: King John of England.

The only president not linked to King John: the eight president, Martin Van Buren.

‘They all have the trait of wanting power,’ d’Avignon told the station WFMY.

“No matter how paranoid or conspiracy-minded you are, what the government is actually doing is worse than you imagine.” – William Blum (Former U.S. State Department)

“Who controls the issuance of money controls the government!” – Nathan Meyer Rothschlild

“Presidents are selected, not elected.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

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