On August 3, 2017, I detailed the strange and secret history of The Order of the Pug dating back to at least 1740. (See here: "The Order of the Pug: Mogs, Grunge, and Hanging Suicides.")
Trump and William Hogarth
The modern "members" of the "Order of the Pug," as noted earlier, have included more than high-born artists, kings and queens. "Today the aristocracy is not about monarchs, entitled rulers, or even political world leaders, as much as in the past. The elite currently is made up of celebrities of show business, sports, and music, the global point people of the world of entertainment."
Massee is forever remembered for his 1993 role, where he portrayed the character Funboy in the film The Crow, starring Brandon Lee. Massee was the actor who fired the shot that killed Lee by accident on the set in 1993, due to an improperly prepared prop gun. He was so traumatized by the event that he returned to New York and took a year off from acting and never saw the film. In an interview in 2005, 12 years after the incident, Massee revealed that he still had nightmares about it, going on to say, "I don't think you ever get over something like that."
"The main character, Zack Morris graduates with an SAT score of 1502 (considered average), and then gets accepted to none other than Yale University; home of the Illuminati secret society Skull & Bones. Some claim that he wouldn’t have been able to get into Yale with that low of an SAT score. Mark-Paul Gosselaar plays Zack Morris, and some theorists claim that he and Paul Walker are one and the same. Not so obscure if you consider that Paul Walker was in the Skull & Bones in his film The Skulls, as discussed in [the author's] post about the Paul Walker death conspiracy theories."