In a dream in 2014, I was taken into the future where I saw the destruction of the United States, orchestrated by Barack Obama. I knew it was well beyond the end of his second term, but he still had a large staff reporting to him and referring to him as President Obama. I saw him departing the United States, leaving a woman in charge of carrying out the final phase of his plan, which was the mass murder of the American people.
I was not shown the woman’s name or title, so I don’t know if she becomes President or operates with another title, but I found it interesting back in 1933, William Branham saw a beautiful but cruel woman ruling over the United States.
“Then there arose in the United States a most beautiful woman clothed in splendor, and great power was given to her. She was lovely of feature, but there was a hardness about her that defied description. Beautiful as she was, she was yet cruel, wicked and cunning. She dominated the land with her authority, she had complete power over the people.” (see complete post)
So, I’ve been watching to see if an attractive woman will be running for president in 2020 and it appears the answer is yes. Although it’s still early, California Senator Kamala Harris has become the front runner for the 2020 presidential race among African American leaders. She moved to the top of my watch list recently when I saw a photo of her hugging Obama with him saying, “She’s going to be president one day.” Like Obama, she’s half African American.
Sen. Kamala Harris is the potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidate generating the most excitement among the black political elite, according to participants at this year’s Congressional Black Caucus Foundation policy forum in Washington.
It’s still way too soon for endorsements — none of the major potential candidates are even in the race yet and elected officials say they’re more focused on the 2018 mid-terms than the next presidential contest — but Harris, a California Democrat who is in her first year in the Senate, has emerged at the center of attention.
In interviews with more than a dozen political insiders and CBC members here, Harris’ outreach to other political leaders, her attention to issues of importance to voters of color, her perceived ferocity, and even her status as a graduate of a historically black college — Howard University — were cited as reasons she’s emerged as an early, if far from prohibitive, favorite.
“You’re hearing Kamala, and Cory’s a distant second,” James Williams, director of federal relations for Wayne State University and a former longtime congressional aide, said, referring to Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J.
The early leanings of the black political influencers are important because a mostly unified African-American electorate has helped push the victors of the last two open Democratic presidential primaries — Barack Obama in 2008 and Hillary Clinton in 2016 — to the party’s nomination. (Source: NBC News)
It was sad to see such a large percentage of African Americans strongly supporting Barack Obama’s presidency from beginning to end, including many church leaders, but it’s even sadder to see them providing the launching pad for another evil president who might be the woman I saw overseeing the mass murder of millions of American citizens.
And so the plot thickens.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is a blogger, business owner, husband and father of two grown children. In 1982, he surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. In 2012, he founded Z3news.com to broadcast the message of salvation by reporting end time news before it happens.
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