Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 11  Num. 77
                     ("Quid coniuratio est?")


(Champaign, IL -- 1/28/98) -- The mud still surrounded the Clinton presidency, although Bill Clinton tried to leave it behind when he flew out of Washington DC and came to speak here, at the University of Illinois. Air Force One, symbol of the Clinton administration, became stuck in the mud at local Willard Airport, situated on the outskirts of town and surrounded by corn fields. The President could do nothing but acknowledge that the mud had defeated him, stopping him from flying off into the skies toward a better tomorrow.

Earlier, the President and entourage had arrived in Champaign, Illinois without mishap. They proceeded to the campus of the large university located here, and the President and Vice President addressed a capacity crowd. All those who had obtained the free tickets to the event, however, were not allowed in to the Assembly Hall. The presidential advance team, it turns out, distributed many more tickets to the event than there was seating available. Hundreds found that, after waiting with their young children in very long lines and in the winter cold, that they were being turned away from the event. One man complained bitterly, "I stood in line for two hours, and then they told me I can't get in!"

Outside the Assembly Hall there were scattered protesters. One small group of mostly women carried signs and shouted that the mass media were being unfair to President Clinton, regarding the massive press coverage of the current Monica Lewinsky scandal. Another group protested Clinton's vetoes on proposed legislative bans on partial birth abortion. One man carried a sign saying simply, "Impeach Clinton." But these protesters were the rare exception in this sleepy community known for its complacent agreeableness. "Golly, the President is =here=, in Champaign!" exclaimed one man. "That's all =I= care about!"

Yet somehow there was an occult magic working here, against the President, when Air Force One became symbolically and embarrassingly stuck in the mud. Bill Clinton and his group could do nothing but cool their heels and stare out at vast, flat, empty, sighing fields in this tundra of the Midwest. Perhaps those who had fruitlessly stood in long lines a few hours earlier, only to be told there was no more room in the Assembly Hall, took some grim satisfaction from the presidential inconvenience.

In related news, Sherman Skolnick of the Citizens' Committee to Clean Up the Courts is reporting as follows. It is well known that Bill Clinton has long been connected with the American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). (See, e.g. Compromised by Terry Reed and John Cummings, Partners in Power by Roger Morris, Defrauding America by Rodney Stich.) Hillary Rodham Clinton also "knows plenty," having held a key staff position during the Nixon Watergate hearings. Hillary worked with Bernie Nussbaum during the proceedings, and Nussbaum later served as a key member of the Clinton White House. Next to Nussbaum's office in the White House was the office of the late Vince Foster, who died under suspicious circumstances on July 20, 1993. Said to have been the last known person to see Foster before his death was Linda Tripp, a holdover from the Bush White House. There are inklings of a lesbian clique interwoven throughout the fabric of the Clinton White House. In 1992, on Skolnick's local television program, he says he showed documents relating to "a criminal circle of lesbian alleged businesswomen," involved in illegal export of weapons to foreign terrorists, and who were close personal friends of the First Lady. One member of this alleged lesbian clique was indicted for the illegal exports, says Skolnick, but the charges were dropped when her connections to the First Lady and to the CIA took the pressure off. Helping to keep a lid on the current sex scandal shaking up the Clinton White House is the Rev. Jesse Jackson, according to Skolnick's sources. Jackson "has reportedly obstructed justice by reportedly trying to get a White House Secret Service agent to refuse to testify as an apparent eyewitness to Bill Clinton's sexual encounters in the White House." Vernon Jordan, a key Clinton lieutenant, is a partner of oil monopoly heavyweight Robert Strauss. Strauss, CN readers will recall, was reported by Skolnick to have been part of a contingent of Democrats who tried to persuade Bill Clinton not to run for re-electionn in 1996.

Mr. Skolnick also is exploring whether Bill Clinton's current troubles regarding allegations of his relationship with Monica Lewinsky are connected in any way to the Mossad, the Israeli intelligence agency. Skolnick, himself Jewish, cautions that, just as the CIA does not represent all Americans, so too the Mossad does not represent all Jews. Nonetheless, he finds it intriguing that, according to his information, Monica Lewinsky, Linda Tripp, and Lucianne Goldberg (Tripp's literary agent who persuaded Tripp to secretly tape Lewinsky) are all Jews. On or about January 20th, Bill Clinton rudely snubbed Israeli Prime Minister Bebe Netanyahu, who was visiting the US. Shortly thereafter, all hell broke loose when the Lewinsky tapes became public. Could a revenge motive be the source of the President's current troubles?

Although Skolnick gives credence to reports that President Clinton is on the verge of being asked to step down from office, he thinks it is unlikely that Clinton will acquiesce. "They will have to physically drag him from the building," says Skolnick. "He will not go quietly."

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