Citizens United and Illuminati Presidential Candidates
The number one rule in American politics is that whoever has the most money generally gets to do whatever they want. In other words, whoever gets the most bribes, whoever sells out to the highest paying corporations, whoever goes to the most Illuminati rituals to receive programming is able to do whatever they want in Washington D.C.
The only exception to that rule is that up until 2010 there was actually a limit on how much money could be spent in Presidential campaigns. In other words, up until 2010, actual presidential candidates had a chance to win an election because there were on an even playing field with the candidates that the Illuminati chose to win. This was overturned with a case in 2010 in which the Supreme Court deemed it unconstitutional for there to be a limit on the amount of donations a single candidate could receive.
Think of it this way, if I have a billion dollars and my opponent has only 500,000 dollars I can basically buy out all ads on TV, print and any other media outlet which means that the person with the most money is going to have a far greater success manipulating the masses because of their ability to reach more people.
The candidates who are going to have the most money are the candidates that are receiving donations from the Illuminati corporations or the corporations owned by the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers and the other main families.
With the Citizens United court case in 2010, the Illuminati basically bought the presidency for the foreseeable future.