Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Day the President Died

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was shot to death this day in 1963.

It was a beautiful Texan day and no one, but the idiots that killed him, had any idea what terrible things were to come.

WARNING: The following is extremely graphic.

Look how Jackie tries to flee the car after her husband's head is blown apart all over her. It's still so sad.

Never forget these 2 things about that day and night:

1) The Secret Service that were supposed to physically ride on the back of the car and run beside it using specifically installed handles attached to the car were intentionally CALLED OFF at the last minute.

The secret service guys were so pissed they kept waving their arms in the air - 3 times to be exact - in exasperation and confusion. Why were they being called off by their boss? REPEAT: Why were the Secret Service Agents supposed to be riding ON THE BACK OF THE CAR ITSELF being called off by their boss? Here's the video to prove it.

And 2) FACT: Right after JFK was assassinated the United States Treasury was plundered. The paper money that used to read "Payable to the Bearer on Demand" became a useless "Federal Reserve Note" and rumors abound to this day that Fort Knox was emptied out in one night.

Brad Meltzer's Decoded just did a great episode on Fort Knox. No one has been allowed in to view the "gold" since the 1970's. Nope, nothing shady there!

The assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the death of this great country as we knew it. All of the evils that have befallen us over the years can directly be traced back to that beautiful yet tragic day in Dallas.

PS: We still miss JFK, Jr., too.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Greatest President EVER!!