Mark Taylor, author of the popular book “The Trump Prophecies,” predicted Donald Trump would become President more than a year before the 2016 election. Taylor made many other predictions, too, such as “China would be put in its place.” Look what is happening now with its economy, dissolving trade deals and tensions between China and the U.S. over the Wuhan virus. Taylor contends, “China is finished. It was a year and a half ago on USAWatchdog.com, and at the time, it was Russia, Russia, Russia . . . and at the same time, I said Russia was not the enemy. Taylor says there is lots of good news in the Wuhan virus lockdown the country has been suffering through. Taylor says, “The good thing is a lot of different things. The tyrants in public office are being exposed, such as some governors and mayors. . . .The only way Democrats can stay in office is to lie, steal and cheat. . . . I believe they have already lost California, and that’s why they are panicking and why they are coming out with all these things to try to hang on to it. . . . The good news is that things are being exposed, and there is disclosure coming and they have to leak this stuff out a little bit at a time. When people find out what is going on . . . it’s going to devastate people. What these last five presidents have been doing to us could almost start a civil war. . . . The other thing that came out of this Covid lockdown thing is it brought families together. They were stuck at home, and it forced them to have the family unit again.”
Join Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com as he goes One-on-One with retired firefighter Mark Taylor, author of the popular book “The Trump Prophecies.”
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