Why We Revisit JFK’s Assassination Now

Russ Baker explains in WhoWhatWhy:

Today, America is divided as perhaps never before seen in our lifetimes, with an epic disagreement over the most basic of facts, including who rightfully should wield power. Yet, to this day, a majority of Americans of all belief sets share a common creed: They do not buy the official explanation for the violent transfer of power occasioned by the murder of the 35th president. 

The loss of confidence in the establishment, in the media, in voting systems, and in credentialed “expertise” has its roots in lies of long ago. Sadly, those unresolved lies are now being exploited by the cynical for their own purposes. One result is the demonstrably baseless claim that Donald Trump actually won in 2020.   

Source: Why We’re Revisiting the JFK Assassination – WhoWhatWhy

2 thoughts on “Why We Revisit JFK’s Assassination Now”

  1. robert e williamson jr

    I cannot disagree with common sense in this case. The method used to make JFK story go away was congress not pursuing a legitimate investigation. Congress exists to exercise oversight and they faled miserably. Till this day no one has been held accountable. Jeff’s take on the changing fact pattern is right on as is his facts.

    After reading different works by Robert Parry I’ve become informed that he holds that Reagan was pampered and allowed to duck full responsibility for Iran Contra because it was best for the country. The same story used to sell the Warren Report.

    We will next witness similar machinations in response to Trump. Unless of course the democrats take over congress in 2022. I suspect if that happens the republicans will impeach Biden for doing worse with respect to Ukrainian shenanigans.

    Or Biden could say I’m staying put the here in the White House the country needs me and wants me. I which case Trump follower will likely start a civil war. I’m thnking the third try by the Deep State power brokers might not pass the bullshit test this time around.

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