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Richard Milhous Nixon
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Born 1913-01-09
Died 1994-08-22
Veteran, Politician, Former President.
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Released as part of the Nixon Tapes - Richard Nixon talks about how he dislikes San Francisco because of the homosexual activity, and how it is not just the “ratty part of town” that is “that way” but also the “upper class”. He goes on to say how the Bohemian Grove is the most “faggy God-damned thing you could ever imagine” and that he “won’t shake hands with anybody from San Francisco”.
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According to Rose Mary Woods (Nixon’s secretary) Richard Nixon received an unmarked envelope from Dwayne Andraes full of one hundred dollar bills totaling $100,000 dollars. Woods states that it stayed in Nixon’s vault until the investigation of the Watergate scandal at which time Nixon quickly gives the money back.
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After the Watergate burglars were arrested their money sources were investigated. In there bank account was $25,000 dollars which was given by Andreas. A point of interest was that burglars were looking for information that could be damning to Nixon’s opponent Hubert Humphrey. Andreas and Humphrey were supposed good friends and had known each other for years, and had promoted food aid programs together.
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Let's look at Northern California. - it isn't just not in the ratty part of town, but the upper class in San Francisco is that way. Now, bohemian Grove that I attend from time to time - is the most faggy God-damned thing you could ever imagine. that San Francisco crowd that goes in there - it's just terrible. I mean, I won't shake hands with anybody from San Francisco.
- 1971-05-13
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Nixon On Homosexual Activity At Bohemian Grove