Here is a short course in why people who are interested in President Kennedy’s assassination should mistrust “conspiracy theorists.”
I don’t doubt Trump’s adviser Roger Stone is interested in the events of 1963. And it is true that Trump, known to ignore national security pieties, might be an ally in promoting full JFK disclosure in 2017.
But Stone is most interested in his promoting an anti-liberal political movement in 2016 and that priority reliably guides his thinking into the cul-de-sac of reactionary stupidity.
In his presentation, Stone promoted an array of conspiracy theories, rehashing the unsupported claims in his books that the Clintons have covered up sexual crimes, sometimes with the aid of the Bush family. Stone also claimed that President George H.W. Bush had a role in the assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan in 1981, and that Lyndon Johnson was involved in the Kennedy assassination.
Thus what matters about JFK’s assassination to Stone is that it was perpetrated by Lyndon Johnson, the man who gave the name the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. For Trump’s white supremacist supporters, Stone’s theory invigorates their prejudices by demonizing a civil rights hero. For everybody else, it is a piece of rubbish that belongs in the dumpster.