Hollywood Hulk Hogan’s Magnum Loaded Illusion

Hollywood Hulk Hogan’s Magnum Loaded Illusion

Many still refuse to believe that politics in the West is just as fraudulent and scripted as the spectacle of professional wrestling. Perhaps the empirical evidence presented in this installment shall persuade those among the throngs of doubters and naysayers to at last reconsider.

Considering the growing majority of those in the West and in America, and to those who perhaps for the first time, are growing increasingly aware of those methodologies utilized by the mainstream media to manipulate the opinions, behavior and perceptions of the general public, hope, as they say, is beginning to spring eternal.

Given there seems to be a growing awareness of the actor based reality, would you now believe that one of professional wrestling’s most high-profile performers was also a noted and well-respected politician, and that prior to his career as “Hollywood Hulk Hogan”, this actor starred in the lead role of a very popular television network crime-drama series during the era of the 1980’s?

Subsequent to all of these varied careers, the host actor of such high-profile celebrity characters also assumed the role of Bernard Kerik, the police commissioner of New York City during the era of September 11, 2001, who later of course, fell under scrutiny and –  in a show of legal theatricality – was thoroughly disgraced.
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