Jeb Bush’s spokesperson denied that Bush would attend the June 2015 Bilderberg conference in direct response to an Infowars.com article pointing out that Bush would be near the conference and would also likely announce his presidential candidacy in June.
— Tim Miller (@Timodc) April 21, 2015
So it’s just a coincidence that Bush is set to visit Germany in early June and that this year’s Bilderberg conference will be near the German border, in Austria, in early June?
And that Bush’s announcement will coincide with the Bilderberg conference? That’s just a coincidence, too?
Not likely on both counts.
For one thing, Infowars correctly predicted in 2007 that former Texas Gov. Rick Perry would run for president in 2012 after traveling to the Bilderberg conference in Istanbul, Turkey.
Besides, even if Bush doesn’t attend the official Bilderberg conference, that doesn’t mean his people won’t attend in his absence.
And it also doesn’t mean Bush won’t meet with the global elite in another capacity, like he did when he met with various billionaires and politicians, including Michael Bloomberg, Bill and Melinda Gates, Warren Buffet, Oprah Winfrey and others at the gated beach island of Kiawah, S.C. in 2013.
Bloomberg’s David Weigel claimed that the Bush team “debunked” Infowars with their denial, but we all know that we can completely trust politicians and their people, right?
Of course not.
Take a look at how Obama’s association with the Bilderberg group coincided with his rise to the White House: