Reminiscent of the case of Howard Hughes, it is feared that Hillary Clinton might become a sort of living vegetable, surrounded in the White House by a “Mormon Mafia” team of handlers.
Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Hillary and the Mormon Mafia”, published to YouTube on August 11, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 8 minutes and 56 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.
According to the Gemstone Files, in March 1957 Aristotle Onassis had Howard Hughes kidnapped. A fake marriage to Jean Peters served as explanation for Hughes’ disappearance from public view. The kidnapped Hughes was flown to the Bahamas and shot full of heroin for 30 days, then taken to an island called Skorpios. 
What has been described as a “Mormon Mafia” of handlers surrounding Howard Hughes thereafter took over operations of the Hughes empire. Above and controlling the handlers was Aristotle Onassis.
In the case of Hillary Clinton, the “Mormon Mafia” of handlers is already coalescing around the feminist icon. (Background: Hillary Needs Some Help, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, August 11, 2016.)
As Ms. Clinton’s health continues to decline, the power of her “Mormon Mafia” is bound to increase. If Hillary Clinton becomes president, this will mean her team of handlers will be running the executive branch of government, with Ms. Clinton only a totem.
And things might become even worse. The Fort Wayne Daily Gazette of October 27, 1869 carried a report about how the petrified remains of a woman’s husband were exhumed and taken to her house. The ghastly specimen served as a sort of “companion” for the woman.  Suppose that a President Hillary were to expire in office. Suppose that her remains were mummified by her team of handlers. Before you say this is far-fetched, recall how the remains of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin were fossilized and kept on display for decades. Lenin became a “holy icon” even in death, and the team of handlers might turn Hillary Clinton into another such holy icon, upon which tremendous power would be centered.
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 Project Seek: Onassis, Kennedy and the Gemstone Thesis, by Gerald Carroll. Carson City, NV: Bridger House, 1994.
 “The Onondaga Giant”, Fort Wayne Daily Gazette, October 27, 1869, page 3. See my book, Tales of the Cardiff Giant, available from Lulu.com