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  • ocean_penthouseview_naplesfl ocean_penthouseview_naplesfl Jan 20, 2014 4:42 PM Flag



    IT'S ALL THE RAGE. Roger Stones truthful new book provides documentary evidence that it was LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON - a fellow lunatic leftist who ordered the execution of JFK and then, ordered the murder of MLK for his coming endorsement of Bobby Kennedy for President. LBJ learned from Herbert Hoover who had tapped MLK's phones that he was going to publicly endorse Bobby.

    Then, after MLK was shot down - Lyndon decided to kill Bobby anyway because it looked like Bobby was going to become President and Lyndon knew that Bobby would go after him and probably kill him for what he did to JFK.

    Both Jackie Kennedy and Bobby knew (and publicly stated) that Lyndon ordered the hit on JFK. Even the guy who was hired to shut down Lee Harvey Oswald - Jack Ruby of Dallas - publicly stated that it was Lyndon who was the puppet master. (although, Hoover and the CIA willingly went along for their own reasons)

    Why did LBJ do it. He knew he was to be dropped from the ticked in '64 as Kennedy knew that the Bobby Baker scandal would result in putting Lyndon in jail - safely disgraced and out-of-the-way. By killing JFK - Lyndon avoided prosecution and could pursue his enemies later on (Martin and Bobby).

    Of course, this scandal - a real coup de etat - - is far worse than Watergate. But, Leftists media is silent because it ruins their talking points to the dumbed down leftwing voters. The Leftwing media has selective outrage. They hunt down Nixon and Chris Christie - but, they give a free pass to Lyndon Johnson and Magic Knee-Grow the current corrupt occupant of the White House.

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