JFK: The Lie Perpetuated

The day began as a normal one might for the President of the United States. After speaking briefly outside the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth, President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy returned inside the hotel where they were staying, joined Vice President Lyndon Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird, and sat for a Chamber of Commerce breakfast. Their entourage took a flight on to Dallas, where Gov. John Connally and wife Nellie would wait for the Kennedys to arrive in a convertible limousine.

The President and First Lady later boarded that limousine for a 10-mile ride through Dallas, en route to a luncheon speaking engagement. That journey would be the end of normality for that day, and in some ways forever, because it was November 22, 1963.

The procession made its way through streets crowded with spectators and turned off Main Street at Dealey Plaza at 12:30 in the afternoon. Passing the Texas School Book Depository, gunfire tore the quiet and the President of the United States was hit in the neck and head. Connally was struck in the chest.

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Whatever happened 50 years ago may never come to the light and sadly it is still being hidden to this day.

JFK tried to warn us of the dangers of government control and the evils that lurk within its murky confines.  Because of his belief in helping the people he became another victim.

 

Remember, by “US” keeping our mouths shut and not exposing the evils of our government and the church that pulls its strings we are condemning ourselves to a very black future.  Indeed, even Lincoln could foresee it…

 

“I see a very dark cloud on America’s horizon, and that cloud is coming from Rome” – Abraham Lincoln

 

If you are able, join Alex Jones in Dallas to support our free speech rights.

 

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