The Priest, The Pope, and the President

C. T. Wilcox
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The Priest, The Pope, and the President : The True History of Abraham Lincoln's Fight Against the Jesuits and Pius IX

by author, C.T. Wilcox

"The Priest, The Pope, and The President" is a newly expanded and updated version of the original book, The Transformation of the Republic. It is a 740 page expose of Vatican and Jesuit intriques and interference into the political structure of the United States and Europe. It contains shocking revelations and fully authenticated documentation, much of it hidden for over 120 years, to support the conclusion that the United States has been transformed from a beacon of light and hope into a criminal enterprise.


The people of the United States have been robbed of their own history. This is the worst kind of theft.

  • Who REALLY murdered Abraham Lincoln and several other presidents?
  • Did John Wilkes Booth act alone or was he simply one of a crew of specially hired hitmen who were chosen to further the aims of wicked men and desperate politicians dressed in religious costumes?
  • What were the motivating factors of the U.S. Civil War; slavery, states' rights or something altogether different?

Abraham Lincoln dealt with a nation that was ripped in two by civil war! He knew firsthand just how dangerous division within a nation can be. Surely Americans can recognize just how divided we have become. Should we not listen to what one of our greatest-ever presidents said on this subject?

"In my opinion, [national division] will not cease until a crisis shall have been reached and passed," he said in 1858. Why must we suffer through a crisis to learn these lessons? Lincoln continued, quoting from the Bible, "A house divided against itself cannot stand."

Attitudes among Americans today are similar to those of Americans before the Civil War! We are a house divided! And the division is going to have some terrifying consequences.

America is on the brink of destruction! Do people really not recognize the danger? People are fighting each other over political differences, racial differences, ideological differences, and they don't even seem interested in coming to agreement-they just want to destroy each other! And in so many cases, they are telling and believing lies so rank and abominable you couldn't even impose them on a child ordinarily!

Who really killed Lincoln? The value of history is understood less and less in our world. It's an easy subject to underestimate. But the reality is that knowing history is vital to a people's survival. Creating connections with the past orients and stabilizes us. It provides specific lessons that can inform our decision making, both individually and nationally. It supplies our memory as a people, fortifies us to face hardships with resolution, and it is extremely prophetic as it plays out in repetitive cycles. The lessons are many, and they are invaluable.

What sort of lessons will this history teach? Will it fill our students with a sense of positive purpose? Will it inspire them to follow the best examples of their forebears and build heroic character? The better you understand history, the better you can understand why our ignorance of it is so dangerous.

As Lincoln left Illinois for the White House, he spoke to those gathered for his departure: "Unless the great God who assisted [George Washington] shall be with and aid me, I must fail. But if [He] shall guide and support me, I shall not fail, I shall succeed. Let us all pray that the God of our fathers may not forsake us now." In other words, the only way for America to succeed is to follow Lincoln's example and look to God!


Many Americans have heard of the Monnroe Doctrine but most do not know how it happened to have come about.

Many Americans have no sense of history, particularly their own, and have become shocked at the problem on the Southern Border without understanding that the same problems faced America in the 1800's and how those problems were faced then relate directly to the problem today.

Why is the Bishop of the Catholic Arch Diocese of Los Angeles bragging about 'commanding' 5 million people to be lawbreakers? Does he think he's acting on historical precedence? Does he think the majority of Americans don't really care?

The answers to these and many other important questions can be found in:

The Priest, The Pope, and the President

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