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World Economic Forum Snubs President Trump, While Giving The Nod To The CCP

The World Economic Forum is now very openly pandering to the likes of The Chinese Communist Party, and ardent globalists.


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Talk about adding insult to injury. 

The World Economic Forum is nothing but a collection of globalists trying to undermine the free people of the world. They used to try to hide this fact, but not anymore!

Their intentions are now open and on full display. 

The likely full-time ban of of President Trump from future conferences is petty and serves only one purpose: to send a CLEAR message to nationalists in The United States. 

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The selection of Xi Jinping to kick things off for their Globalist fest this year is a clear indication of their intentions and direction. 

Take a look:

The Gateway Pundit reported: 

President Trump was given a hero’s welcome Thursday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in 2018 and again in 2020.

President Trump had a lot to brag about. Trump brought the US the greatest economy ever including the greatest stock market gains in history and the lowest unemployment rates in modern history.

But now that he is out of office the globalist elites are anxious to get back to their business. The founder of Davos, Klaus Schwab, told reporters he will likely not invite President Trump back to the elitist forum.

Bloomberg had this to say: 

Already banned from Twitter, it looks like Donald Trump will be shut out of Davos too.

The former U.S. president, the star attraction of last January’s gathering of power-brokers in the Swiss Alps, is unlikely to be invited back, according to the World Economic Forum’s founder and executive chairman, Klaus Schwab. Asked by newspaper NZZ am Sonntag if he’d extend another offer, Schwab said: “I’d have to go into a quiet room and think about it. If I came out, the answer would probably be ‘no.’”

This year’s in-person meeting, postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, is scheduled to be held in Singapore in May, with Schwab hopeful the event can go ahead.



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