With speculation already raging that Romneyâs potential VP â Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels â was already being groomed by Bilderberg cronies, Romneyâs appearance at the secretive confab of global power brokers suggests that he is being favored by the elite, who have seemingly lost faith in Barack Obama.
As Skelton noted in a separate report, on Saturday afternoon a limousine arrived at the hotel surrounded by a police motorcade, signaling the arrival of a âheavyweight politicianâ.
Could this have been Mitt Romney? Itâs unlikely given the fact that he was appearing at fundraisers on the west coast all weekend, but Romneyâs schedule for Thursday, the first day of the Bilderberg meeting, was clear.
An invite to the Bilderberg conference has routinely proven beneficial to future Presidents and Prime Ministers.
Four years ago during a heated battle on the campaign trail, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton gave reporters the slip to attend the 2008 Bilderberg meeting at the same hotel. On precisely the same weekend as the confab was taking place, the Washington Post announced that Hillary was withdrawing from the presidential race and would support Obama.
Bill Clinton and Tony Blair were both groomed by the secretive organization in the early 1990â²s before rising to prominence. Portugalâs Pedro Santana Lopes and Jose Socrates attended the 2004 meeting in Stresa, Italy before both going on to become Prime Minster of Portugal.
Bilderberg also played a key role in selecting John Edwards and John Kerryâs running mate in 2004 and Bilderberg luminary James A. Johnson also hand-picked Joe Biden as VP in 2008.
Confirmation that Romney attended Bilderberg 2012 may be hard to come by, but news that the former Governor of Minnesotaâs email account was compromised by a hacker could offer proof, although no emails have been leaked thus far.
*** Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.