First U.S. President

DID YOU KNOW THAT WE HAD A MOOR PRESIDENT BEFORE GEORGE WASHINGTON (1732-1799 A.D.), WHO BECAME PRESIDENT IN 1789 A.D. AFTER BEING A GENERAL APPOINTED BY A MOORISH PRESIDENT NAME JOHN HANSON 1721-1783 A.D. WHO WAS A MARYLAND PATRIOT DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE NEW NATION UNDER THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION. AS A DELEGATE TO THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS 1780 – 1782 A.D. JOHN HANSON SIGNED THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION AND PLAYED AN IMPORTANT PART IN PERSUADING NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA TO GIVE UP THEIR CLAIMS TO WESTERN TERRITORIES. BECAUSE HE WAS ELECTED BY CONGRESS AS “THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES IN CONGRESS ASSEMBLED” IN 1781 A.D., HANSON HAD SOMETIMES BEEN CALLED THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

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