Prescott Bush

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Person.png Prescott Bush   Famechain IMDB NNDB Sourcewatch SpartacusRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(deep politician, politician, banker, businessman)
BornPrescott Sheldon Bush
Columbus, Ohio
DiedOctober 8, 1972 (Age 77)
New York City
Alma materYale University
Parents • Samuel Bush
• Flora Bush
Children • Prescott S. Bush Jr.
• George H. W. Bush
• Nancy Walker Bush Ellis
• Jonathan Bush
• William H.T. Bush
SpouseDorothy Walker Bush
Member ofAlibi Club, Bush family, JFK/Assassination/Perpetrators, Skull and Bones
RelativesJames Smith Bush
Bonesman father of the Bush family

Employment.png United States Senator from Connecticut

In office
November 5, 1952 - January 2, 1963
Succeeded byAbraham Ribicoff

Prescott Bush was a US deep politician born into the Bush family. He sponsored an unknown Richard Nixon and oversaw his accession to US president[citation needed].

Skull and Bones

Full article: Skull and Bones

Prescott Bush, like his son and grandson, was also a member of Skull and Bones. In 1918, Prescott Bush and two companions reportedly robbed the grave of Geronimo, stealing his skull for use in Skull and Bones rituals in the tomb at Yale.[1][2] A 2006 issue of Yale Alumni Magazine stated that an internal history of Skull and Bones, written in the 1930s, reported the theft, but that "if the Bonesmen did rob a grave, there's reason to think it may have been the wrong one. But the letter shows that the story was no after-the-fact rumor."[3]

Trading with the enemy

In the 1930s, Prescott Bush worked for Brown Brothers Harriman, who helped Fritz Thyssen finance Adolf Hitler.[4]

In 1942 Prescott Bush's company's assets were seized under the Trading with the Enemy Act.[4] Without citing a source, Mark Gorton claims that "in 1945, Richard Nixon was a US Navy lawyer assigned to look in[to] captured Nazi documents which showed Nazi collusion with Allen Dulles.

Sponsorship of Nixon

"In exchange for [his] helping to cover up the Dulles war time treason, Allen Dulles and Prescott Bush agreed to help finance Nixon's political career."[5]

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