Now, before i begin, i have to admit a fondness for conspriacy theories. However, i was stunned to learn the following...
(Source: Burke's Peerage, Britain’s leading chroniclers of royal ancestors since 1826)When it comes to picking the winner in the American presidential race, Burke's Peerage have never been wrong — not once in almost 200 years.
“The presidential candidate with the most royal genes and chromosomes has, up to now, always won the White House,” say the researchers at Burke’s Peerage.
Wow, now, i find this pretty astonishing that not once in 43 open, free elections has the candidate with "lesser" genetic ties to royal European bloodlines won an election.
Co-incidence or design, you decide. So, once the next two candidates are announced, you know which ones to put your money on;)
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