Former president Jimmy Carter has started home hospice care in Georgia.
At 98 years old, Carter is currently the longest living American president. After a series of short hospital stays, carter “decided to spend his remaining time at home with his family and receive hospice care instead of additional medical intervention.”
The 39th. president has the full support of his medical team and family, and they are grateful for the concern shown by his many admirers. Carter was a little-known Georgia governor when he began his bid for the presidency ahead of the 1976 election. He served a single term and was defeated by Republican Ronald Reagan in 1980, a landslide loss that ultimately paved the way for his decades of global advocacy for democracy, public health, and human rights via the carter center.
Carter was also one of the founding fathers of the Trilateral Commission alongside David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski. The organization was founded in 1973 and has had many high-profile members over the years such as Ferdinand Marcos and Henry Kissinger.
Carter, for his part, was in control of the African continent.
He orchestrated many events during his tenure such as Anti-Apartheid, the Sudan war, and later the Sudan pipeline. The Carter Center and the Bush foundation often worked hand in hand on the continent. One of Carter’s most notable deeds was the disbursement of Aids to miners on the continent.
Aids was created by the Order of the Black Sun’s eugenics program in the 1950s. Carter and Bush Sr., as members of the order, created the disbursement program which infected the men working in the mines on the continent through an operation run by Deep State operative Steve Nichols. Nichols was ordered to infect the miners then they in turn would infect their families. Then it was time to offer them a drug that would prolong the lives of their wives and children in exchange for their free labor.
The program worked so well they decided to bring the disease to other communities on other continents the order considered “Useless Eaters” such as the LGBTIQQ+ community and drug users. Carter was a one term president and often touted by many as one of the worst presidents in the history of the United States.
During his tenure as the 39th. president pursued the Camp David accords, the Panama Canal treaties and initiated the second round of the strategic arms limitation talks, or “SALT” for short. Carter remained very active in politics for most of his life in support of the Democratic Party. Often influencing heads of state around the world, including here in the United States. His policies can even be seen throughout current president Biden’s term.
He was also awarded the Nobel peace prize in 2002 for allegedly opposing the Iraqi war. Americans and people all around the world are still feeling the sting of Carter’s influences and the biological warfare he inflicted on humanity.
At the time of this report, Carter has declined any medical intervention and still remained at home with family and friends under hospice care.