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Saturday's Absurdity of the Day: The Worst Use of the "It's COVID" Excuse Keeps JFK Assassination Documents From Public View
Nominal president Joe Biden on Friday resorted to the worst use yet of the “it’s because of COVID” canard that now runs rampant across our society as the go-to excuse for every form of failure to perform. 58 years after the event took place at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Biden signed an order delaying yet again the release of more than 440,000 pages of documents related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy on the flimsy excuse that several federal agencies involved have been unable to perform appropriate reviews due to the negative impacts of the COVID pandemic.
Now, let’s review the timeline behind that particular smelly load of fresh horse shit: John F. Kennedy was killed as the results of multiple shots fired at him from multiple directions in a crossfire in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963. Again, that’s 58 long years ago. COVID, meanwhile, has impacted our society for about a year and a half at this point.
Thus, every one of the agencies in question - including the CIA, FBI and other federal intelligence agencies - had well over 56 years to conduct appropriate reviews of the records in question before anyone even knew what COVID means. What have they been doing all of that time, other than executing the longest coverup of a crime in American history? Not much, apparently.
Biden, being the useless Sock Puppet that he really is, happily signed a memo in which he states that “Temporary continued postponement is necessary to protect against identifiable harm to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, or the conduct of foreign relations that is of such gravity that it outweighs the public interest in immediate disclosure.” Again, just another smelly load of fresh horse shit from this administration, which specializes in stinking up the country with nonsense like this.
Think about it: After 58 years, what possible “identifiable harm to military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, or the conduct of foreign relations” could come to any of these agencies from the release of this final tranche of assassination-related documents? Unless, that is, some of the documents provide further proof of the complicit role both the CIA and FBI and possibly military intelligence agencies played in planning and carrying out the assassination and its subsequent coverup?
We aren’t supposed to talk about these things, but it is a simple fact that the FBI had Lee Harvey Oswald under monitoring and surveillance for years before the assassination. J. Edgar Hoover kept a personal file on Oswald whose earliest entry dated back to 1959. The Dallas FBI field office has admitted having Oswald under constant surveillance from the day he arrived back in the U.S. from his sojourn to the Soviet Union, to which he “defected” (at US State Department expense) in 1960 and then returned (again at US State Department expense) to live in Fort Worth with his new wife Marina in June, 1962.
Upon his return to Fort Worth, Oswald was be-friended by George DeMohrenschildt, who is known to have been a long-time operative for the CIA and who conveniently committed “suicide” just days before he was scheduled to testify before the House Committee on Assassinations in 1977. While in New Orleans during the summer of 1963, Oswald worked for a coffee company owned by a suspected CIA operative, and also worked with the so-called “Fair Play for Cuba Committee” whose offices were in the same building occupied by another CIA operative, former FBI agent Guy Bannister, who was at the time running a training camp for Cuban rebels for the CIA outside the city.
544 Camp Street in New Orleans, where both Guy Bannister and The Fair Play For Cuba Committee leased adjacent offices.
Oh, but it gets even better.
Upon his return to Dallas in September 1963, Oswald then miraculously managed to just happen to obtain a job at a building that would lie right along the JFK motorcade’s parade route when he visited the city in November. That building, the Texas Schoolbook Depository, happened to be owned by one Harold Byrd, a close friend of then-Dallas Mayor Earle Cabell. Earle Cabell was the brother of Charles Cabell, the ex-Deputy Director of the CIA who Kennedy had fired in late 1962.
These are just a tiny fraction of the known, proven connections between Oswald, the FBI and the CIA. Several entire books have been written in attempts to fully document them all.
So, if you wonder how, 58 years after the fact, the release of this final tranche of 440,000 pages of documents related to the JFK assassination might indeed result in “… identifiable harm to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, or the conduct of foreign relations that is of such gravity that it outweighs the public interest in immediate disclosure,” now you likely have a good idea of the kinds of evidence some of those documents must contain.
Joe Biden is a tool of these agencies, and is of course going to do everything he can to protect them, even if it means resorting to the obvious, blatant lie that it’s all because of COVID.
Yes, this is all what the corrupt news media would refer to as a “conspiracy theory.” But a conspiracy is not a “theory” when it is standing before you slapping your stupid face.
That is all.