50 JFK Conspiracy Facts for 50 Years

50 Pieces of Evidence To Prove Conspiracy in JFK Murder; JFK Conspiracy Fact #50: 3 Future Presidents Were In Dallas That Day, And Another tpmcover (1)Served On The Warren Commission

A half-century of official lies is long enough, don’t you think?  In the 50 days leading up to the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination, I will present 50 pieces of evidence to prove conspiracy.  Today, JFK Fact #50: Three future presidents–LBJ, Nixon and Bush–were in Dallas on November 22, 1963, and one future president–Ford–served on the commission that covered up the crime.  Mere coincidence or happenstance, you say?  Think again.  They all served their purpose and played a role, wittingly or unwittingly, in the tragedy that unfolded.  LBJ was adamant that JFK visit Dallas, and LBJ’s right-hand man, John Connally, made sure the motorcade traveled where LBJ wanted it to go.  Richard Nixon tried to goad JFK into eliminating vital security.  And he reminded LBJ that JFK was going to ruin his political career in 1964.  Jerry Ford squelched evidence, misdirected witnesses, and helped frame Oswald while he served on the Warren Commission.  What was George H. W. Bush’s role?  You can read more about that in The President’s Mortician,   http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/ASIN/098882907X.
Altogether, LBJ, Nixon, Ford, Bush and/or their offspring, occupied the White House for 25 of the next 45 years.  Kennedy’s death marked the end of real democracy in America.  What followed was a new form of government–of the rich, by the wealthy, and for the few…whose rulers were chosen by a secret oligarchy.
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