Remember When you spot one actor you will always find their family members playing the supporting roles around them.
If you doubt my findings all you have to do is compare the spouse of each to the spouse of who I say they are and you will see its solid.
Brothers, and sons of President Coolidge. We see the lies are passed down through the family and can be traced back to the Kaiser and the German Royals. They have been in power and created this country and have never given up the seat of power. I will put together a video outlining the facts as it’s too difficult to list them here.
Coolidge, Calvin, Jr.
DIED AT AGE 16 (BullSH*T) and became Governor John Connally
You are viewing an intriguing image of Coolidge, Calvin, Jr. It was made between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing.
In the summer of 1924, he was playing tennis with his brother, John., on the White House grounds when Calvin Jr. suffered a blister on his right foot due to wearing his tennis shoes without socks, which became infected, resulting in his death a week later. John described the loss of his brother as producing a depression in President Coolidge that lasted the rest of his life. As John Coolidge told Life magazine in 1992: “Though father was tender-hearted, he rarely showed his feelings. But when they were taking my brother’s casket from the White House after the services, my father broke down and wept momentarily. Calvin was my father’s favorite. It hurt him terribly. It hurt us all.”
And His Brother.
He, of course, became NIXON
Coolidge’s family had deep roots in New England. His earliest American ancestor, John Coolidge, emigrated from Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, England, around 1630 and settled in Watertown, Massachusetts. Coolidge is also descended as follows from Edmund Rice, who arrived at Watertown in 1638 and settled in Sudbury, Massachusetts:
- John Coolidge, son of
- John Calvin Coolidge, Jr. (1872–1933), son of
- John Calvin Coolidge, Sr. (1845–1926), son of
- Sarah Almeda Brewer (c. 1820–?), daughter of
He is also a descendant (on his mother’s side) of Richard Warren, who arrived at Plymouth in November 1620 aboard the “Mayflower”. Richard Warren was also the 12th signer of the Mayflower Compact.