Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper just attended Bilderberg 2018. Was his attendance about running for the 2020 Presidential elections? Or was there more to it? Let’s take a closer look at the Governor. In 2013, after the Legislature passed a bill about Colorado being able to invest in Israeli bonds, Hickenlooper traveled to Israel with Denver Jewish businessman Larry Mizel, Mizel was co-chairman during a Trump fundraising event and is on the AIPAC board. Later, Hickenlooper was asked how he saw Colorado and Israel being able ‘to work together in the future’ Hickenlooper responded: “I think that there are so many ways that Israel and Colorado can work. I mean we’re sort of the same… Colorado’s almost five and a half million people, Israel’s just about eight million people. I mean they’re not that much bigger than we are. They’re a long way away but they have similar needs… in terms of their agriculture and their water use, and they also have the challenges of assimilating all these different people from all over the world that we have. They have just recently the potential to become energy independent, which is similar to us. They have a huge entrepreneurial kind of startup mentality… How do we start more businesses? I think the more we cross-pollinate the two places, the better.” Later in 2015, Hickenlooper leads the delegation on a four-country trip to Japan, China, Turkey, and Israel, where he meets with Simon Peres and Netanyahu concluding his ‘economic development trip’ and states: “Israel is a critical ally of the United States. Colorado has a long history of unwavering support for Israel. This is never going to change.”
In 2017 a new venture capital firm is created which gives grants to Israeli WATER, ENERGY AND TRANSPORTATION firms to bring Israeli energy startups to Colorado, creating the Israel-Colorado Innovation Fund which provides ‘Israeli entrepreneurs’ access to the US market through Innosphere a leading technology incubator in Colorado. One of their main focus is ‘cybersecurity’.
As you can see, Israel is well installed in The United States, plans its elections, controls its technology and literally controls the kill switch. OPEN YOUR EYES AMERICA!!!!!!!!!!
“John Hickenlooper Presidential bid in 2020 against Donald Trump looks increasingly possible,” Source: denverpost.com
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is taking steps toward a presidential run in 2020, holding meetings with veteran political players, ahead of a visit to Iowa next month for an official trip that is sure to draw attention.
— John Frank (@ByJohnFrank) March 12, 2018
More recently, Hickenlooper flew to a philanthropy event associated with former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in January and on the side met for lunch with Vernon Jordan, a longtime adviser to former President Bill Clinton.
“He was very gracious and asked me about 2020, and I said, ‘Well, you know, my wife and I hadn’t made up our minds,’” Hickenlooper said about the lunch meeting.
Jordan offered advice on what steps Hickenlooper should take next, including suggestions on whom else to talk to.
“So he was helpful, (but) I don’t think he was any more helpful to me than he was to other people,” Hickenlooper said.
In addition, Hickenlooper is working to set a meeting with former Secretary of State Colin Powell. “He’s got a broad arc of experience and is somebody that is probably useful for me to talk to,” Hickenlooper said.
Hickenlooper and Kasich meet privately
Some of Hickenlooper’s closest allies suggest he could still team with Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, as part of a political unity ticket. Hickenlooper and his wife, Robin, traveled to Columbus in November for a private dinner with Kasich and his wife, Karen.
— John Frank (@ByJohnFrank) August 31, 2017
Hickenlooper would not say whether they discussed 2020 politics, but both men repeatedly have dismissed the idea of running together. The two governors — and others — continue to push bipartisan policy proposals on health care, immigration and the children’s health insurance program, all efforts that bolster their national image.
Back in Colorado, Hickenlooper is talking more often about national issues, too. He pivots comments about a federal infrastructure spending plan into his concerns about the size of the national debt. And he’s become a vocal on the new Republican tax law.
His interest in the White House is not unnoticed by top political strategists.
“John Hickenlooper will go to Iowa, maybe even New Hampshire,” Democratic consultant Steve Welchert told the crowd at a recent political forum at the University of Denver.
Welchert, who grew up in Iowa, added that he gave Hickenlooper advice on where to go in the state.
“The question for Mr. Hickenlooper is what’s the best path” to the White House, he said. “I think he will kick the tires on the national stage.”