The Nazarite President

“The blood of True Patriots are in my veins. I call upon the President and Vice President – to resign! I call for an investigation into the evangelical leaders that counseled The Greatest Liar that ever walked the earth. Jesus hates Donald Trump! He hates him and his false prophets. Get out of MY Republican Party. Form the ‘Liars For Jesus’ party. Here’s what it will say on your yellow-belly-traitor snake flag.”

This morning, I announce I am running for the President of the United States as a NAZARITE.

I am the Republican Nazarite Presidential Candidate for office of President. I copyright the title..


Once again the Christian-right and the Fake Tea Party are playing covert games at CPAC.. I have solved several mysterious utterances of Jesus, and will include them in my book


Mike Lindell titles Ron DeSantis a ‘Trojan Horse’. I have suggested for thirty years King David fought at Troy, as a Poet Warrior. In my book ‘The Nazarite President’ I will give evidence David and Jesus took the Oath of the Nazarite – like Samson did. Was Samson at Troy?. Did the Greeks place the carcass of a dead lion at the gates of Troy – full of bees and honey?

I am allegedly kin to Robert E. Lee whose statues have been torn down and used like a Trojan Horse. Where have all Lee’s statues gone? I see them put in a field of flowers. The busy bees – come and go.

At 7:44 A.M. March 4, 2023 I posted on Governor Ron DeSantis’s’ Facebook my intention to be the next President of the United States.

John Presco

Copyright 2023

Governor Ron DeSantis 


Happy Birthday Florida! 178 years old! I look forward to keeping Florida free for future generations.

Florida free for future generations.

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John Nazarite

In 1971 I formed a bond with the Witherspoon family of South Carolina that were faithful Democrats for several generations. I am kin to John Fremont, a co-founder of the Republican Party. I am also kin to Robert E. Lee ‘The Democrat’. This idea to punish Democrats, by outlawing them, is an attack on many Southern Family’ Trees – real Southern History. There must be a better way. I begin my Southern History by announcing I am running for office.

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My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell, an ally of former President Trump, accused Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Thursday of being a “Trojan horse,” calling into question the governor’s conservative credentials.

“The media is covering up for Ron DeSantis,” Lindell asserted while speaking on the convention center floor of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in a video shared online. “He is a Trojan Horse; he is the Trojan Horse. Do not believe anything you’re reading by the media about Ron DeSantis.”

Lindell pointed to DeSantis’s battle with Disney, which ignited after the company pushed back on the state’s Parental Rights in Education law. The law, which became known to critics as the “Don’t Say Gay” law, limited instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in elementary schools.

“Now I’ll tell you what: Ron DeSantis — and he’s got money behind him — did he do anything for Disney? Remember that was the big thing, you’re gonna go after Disney,” Lindell said. “He did nothing, they got everything they wanted, everything.”

The scene — tense and hostile — offered early hints of how Trump’s most fervent supporters will clash with the candidates who run against him for the GOP nomination in 2024. And it underscored how CPAC, once the premier event for celebrating conservatism, has shrunken into a forum to celebrate Trump while entertaining his fans with a carnival of MAGA delights.

Rep. Kat Cammack of Florida incorrectly said a former Obama administration official had encouraged people to harass Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Rep. Ralph Norman of South Carolina inaccurately claimed Biden had laughed at a grieving mother and inaccurately insinuated that the FBI tipped off the media to its search of former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence. Two other speakers, Rep. Scott Perry of Pennsylvania and former Trump administration official Sebastian Gorka, inflated the number of deaths from fentanyl.

And that’s not all. Here is a fact check of 13 false claims from the conference, which continues on Saturday.

Zelensky’s remark about American ‘sons and daughters’

Marjorie Taylor Greene said the Republican Party has a duty to protect children. Listing supposed threats to children, she said, “Now whether it’s like Zelensky saying he wants our sons and daughters to go die in Ukraine…” Later in her speech, she said, “I will look at a camera and directly tell Zelensky: you’d better leave your hands off of our sons and daughters, because they’re not dying over there.”

Facts FirstGreene’s claim is false. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky didn’t say he wants American sons and daughters to fight or die for Ukraine. The false claim, which was debunked by CNN and others earlier in the week, is based on a viral video that clipped Zelensky’s comments out of context.

In reality, Zelensky predicted at a press conference in late February that if Ukraine loses the war against Russia because it does not receive sufficient support from elsewhere, Russia will proceed to enter North Atlantic Treaty Organization member countries in the Baltics (a region made up of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia) that the US will be obligated to send troops to defend. Under the treaty that governs NATO, an attack on one member is considered an attack on all. Ukraine is not a NATO member, and Zelensky didn’t say Americans should fight there.

Greene is one of the people who shared the out-of-context video on Twitter this week. You can read a full fact-check, with Zelensky’s complete quote, here.

Imagine that Democrats were holding our first big political event of the year, and virtually every one of our major candidates for the upcoming election was planning to attend. Then imagine the event was being boycotted by the NAACP and all the unions. Think we’d have a problem? Well that is pretty much what is happening right now at CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference), where the groups boycotting represent between 40 percent to 60 percent of the GOP base (see below) depending on how you define the religious right.

This creates an incredible opportunity for Democrats and progressives to demoralize the GOP base, force its candidates and political leaders into very difficult positions heading into 2012 and start winning back moderate faith voters who have been drifting back toward Republicans the last few years.

The majority of Tea Party members do not consider themselves a part of the religious right and less than a quarter of the Christian right identifies as being in the Tea Party. Add to that the fact that the majority of Tea Party members hold positions Christian conservatives consider “pro-gay and pro-choice,” and it shouldn’t be hard to see why these tensions that have been simmering just under the surface since the time of Reagan are now coming to a head on the Hill and most prominently this past week at CPAC.

Christian right groups such as Family Research Council, the America Family Association, Concerned Women of America and many more have been joined by the largest conservative think tank, the Heritage Foundation, in condemning CPAC, largely over the inclusion this year of the GOP gay group, GOProud. The gay issue is clearly important and has gotten most of the attention, but we also shouldn’t underestimate the importance of the anti-Muslim sentiment and hatred on the Christian right for Grover Norquist. The headlining blog on Red State yesterday was about the takeover of ACU (the group that runs CPAC) by the Muslim brotherhood, and there have been grumblings for a while by Christian conservatives about Grover Norquist’s Muslim money ties (ties made all the more suspect by the fact he’s married to a Muslim).

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