Lawmakers push Trump to release JFK assassination files

Roll Call picks up on the story first reported in JFK Facts.
The strong statements about the unacceptability of JFK secrecy from conservative Republicans and liberal Democrats are striking.

Listen to a solid conservative from North Carolina.

“To me, the tragedy that took place in Dallas continues to raise many questions that go unanswered,” Jones said in a statement. “After 54 years, there is no reason, for the sake of honesty and integrity in America, that the facts of the JFK assassination should not be made public. Virgil once said, ‘Evil is nourished and grows by concealment.’ It’s time to reveal what happened that awful afternoon in 1963.”

Source: Lawmakers Push Trump to Release JFK Assassination Files

1 thought on “Lawmakers push Trump to release JFK assassination files”

  1. I’ve been shocked by the comments from legislators behind these resolutions as well. To a person, they all seem to agree there’s more to the JFK story than has been revealed. and the “US govt” holds the answers. Crazy to consider since I would consider them part of the “US govt.” They mean the intelligence agencies, specifically the CIA, IMO.

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