JFK Conspiracy Fact #48: LBJ’s Benefactor Provided First And Last Places Of Employment For Oswald

tpmcover (1)Of the many things overlooked by establishment “historians” in the JFK assassination is the suspicious connections of one David Harold Byrd.  Dallas oil millionaire and right-wing fanatic, Byrd helped finance Lyndon Johnson’s political career.  The two men were close and were often seen together socializing.  Like other infamous Dallas oil barons H.L. Hunt and Clint Murchison, Byrd hated JFK.  These oilmen were hellbent on getting LBJ into the White House, and Hunt admitted that the only way to remove Kennedy was to “shoot him out of office.”  Byrd helped facilitate this.
At the time of the assassination Byrd owned the Texas School Book Depository building where Lee Harvey Oswald was employed.  Byrd also founded the Louisiana Civil Air Patrol, of which Oswald was a member in the 1950s.  Astoundingly then, Byrd provided two jobs for Oswald in two different cities a decade apart.
Think about that for a moment.  A Dallas oil millionaire who hated JFK, and who was a close associate of the man who replaced JFK, provided employment for JFK’s accused assassin in two different properties/entities–the LCAP in the 1950s and then the TSBD in the 1960s.  Try coming up with an innocent explanation for that.
The truth is, the LCAP was a CIA front.  Oswald was recruited into low-level intelligence work by his LCAP captain, David Ferrie.  In the autumn of 1963 Oswald was chosen to be the fall guy in the murder of the century, and thus needed a job along the JFK parade route.  D.H. Byrd was happy to oblige.
Byrd was also a close friend of Air Force Chief of Staff Curtis LeMay, another avowed Kennedy hater.  With all these suspicious connections, Byrd should have been a person of interest in the murder of the century.  But the fix was in.  His old pal Lyndon formed the Warren Commission to cover up the crime, not investigate it.

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