Tucker Carlson and the JFK Allegations

On December 15, the night that the Biden administration released some of the remaining JFK files while withholding others with another half-assed excuse, Tucker Carlson, the most-watched cable news television host, delivered a monologue about the JFK assassination.  It garnered a great deal of attention.

Although I don’t watch Carlson’s television show, I received messages from many friends and colleagues, people I highly respect, about his monologue’s great significance, so I watched that episode. And then I watched it many more times.

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President John F. Kennedy: His Life and Public Assassination by the CIA

Why President Kennedy was publicly murdered by the CIA sixty-one years ago has never been more important, not because there is another political leader of his courage and stature whose life is now threatened by the same forces, but because there is not.  The Cold War and nuclear threat that he worked so hard to end have today been inflamed to a fever pitch by U.S. leaders in thrall to the forces that killed the president. President Joseph Biden is Kennedy’s opposite, an unrepentant war-monger, not only in Ukraine with the U.S. war against Russia and the U.S. nuclear first-strike policy, but throughout the world – the Middle-East, Africa, Syria, Iran, and on and on, including the push for war with China.

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