The assassination of our historical President was a forever mystery. Up until this day.
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The assassination of our 35th President of the United States of America, John F. Kennedy has been spoken of, lectured on, and argued about since that tragic and fateful day on November 22, 1963. JFK, or Jack as he was known, was a popular and well-liked politician of the people.
“The assassination attempts have not been as infrequent as we’ve been led to believe. Of course, we know that four sitting presidents have been assassinated. Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, and of course, John F. Kennedy,” according go numerous reports.
“Theodore Roosevelt, who was not president at the time but campaigning for a third term, was shot in the chest by John Flammang Schrack on October 14th, 1912. The man was arrested and found mentally unfit and therefore hospitalized until his death in 1943. Amazingly, Roosevelt did not go to the hospital after being shot. He delivered his 81-minute speech before letting anything take a look at him.
The second president to be wounded during an assassination attempt was Ronald Reagan. On March 30th, 1980, John Hinckley Jr. opened fire on the president and several others surrounding him. All survived, though House Press Secretary James Brady was so severely injured that when he died in 2014, the medical examiners listed his death as homicide due to the brain damage caused by the bullet that struck him.”
What is it about the JFK assassination that has so many people convinced that there was a cover-up by our own government?
Zero Hedge reported the following:
” 1,491 documents have been released or mostly redacted, there are still well over 10,000 pages left. Frustratingly those documents are not set to be released until December of 2022 because the FBI and CIA in particular have been convincing presidents for years that the information contains matters of national security.
This has apparently frustrated many “JFK researchers.”