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As it stands now, the vast majority of Americans don’t buy the US government’s ridiculous “lone gunman” theory regarding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.


Sixty years after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, a broad majority of Americans continue to believe that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone but rather, that others were involved in a conspiracy to kill the president. The 65% of U.S. adults who think Oswald worked in concert with others and the 29% who say he was solely responsible are roughly in line with the previous readings from 10 years ago. Belief in a conspiracy was higher between 1976 and 2003.One thing’s clear:

RFK Jr. doesn’t buy the official story that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. He’s convinced that the CIA was behind the assassination of his uncle, President Kennedy, believing it was a cold-blooded murder orchestrated by the US government.

The Vigilant Fox:

RFK Jr. Says the CIA is GUILTY of Murdering His Uncle ‘Beyond a Reasonable Doubt’

The evidence is “so abundant and so definitive” that if RFK Jr. tried the case, where the CIA was on the dock, he says he could “win in front of almost any jury.”

The reason why JFK was murdered, according to Kennedy, is because he defied the military-industrial complex:

“The people who were involved (in the assassination) were all people who were part of the Miami station who were angry at him for not invading Cuba. And they were also angry at him for ending the war in Vietnam. And he [JFK] had, 30 days earlier, signed National Security Order 263, ordering all troops home from Vietnam.”


President Trump had committed to squashing the rumors by releasing the JFK files to both the American public and the world. But at the eleventh hour, something shifted. Despite his promises, Trump held back, releasing only a portion of the files while keeping the juiciest, potentially most damning ones under lock and key. This move has only fueled more speculation and left many wondering what’s still hidden away.


U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered the unveiling of 2,800 documents related to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy but yielded to pressure from the FBI and CIA to block the release of other records to be reviewed further.

Congress had ordered in 1992 that all remaining sealed files pertaining to the investigation into Kennedy’s death should be fully opened to the public through the National Archives in 25 years, by Oct. 26, 2017, except for those the president authorized for further withholding.

Trump had confirmed on Saturday that he would allow for the release of the final batch of once-classified records, amounting to tens of thousands of pages, “subject to the receipt of further information.”

But as the deadline neared, the administration decided at the last minute to stagger the final release over the next 180 days while government agencies studied whether any documents should stay sealed or redacted.

The law allows the president to keep material under wraps if it is determined that harm to intelligence operations, national defence, law enforcement or the conduct of foreign relations would outweigh the public’s interest in full disclosure.

Thanks to Tucker Carlson and Joe Rogan, we now have a clearer idea of who might have been behind the effort to prevent President Trump from releasing all the JFK files. Surprisingly—or perhaps not so surprisingly—it’s Mike Pompeo. During his conversation with Rogan, Tucker described the former CIA chief and Secretary of State as a “sinister person” and a “criminal.”

Chief Nerd:

Tucker Carlson Goes Off on Mike Pompeo, Says He Intimidated Trump to Not Release the JFK Files

“Mike Pompeo is the one who pressed Trump to keep those documents secret. What’s crazy to me is not just that Pompeo did that. I think Pompeo is a really sinister person and a criminal…But he somehow intimidated Trump into not releasing this. I think it’s criminal behavior. What’s crazy is how Mike Pompeo is treated. He’s treated as, like a Republican poobah in good standing. He fully expects to become the Secretary of Defense in a Trump Administration, which is like, completely insane. Why would you take a criminal and give him nuclear weapons?”

Revolver recently delved into a story about the JFK files, featuring insights from former Fox News legal expert Judge Andrew Napolitano. He recounted a conversation with President Trump about why he hadn’t released those files. Trump’s response was so startling, it left Napolitano completely blown away.


President Trump has a reputation for delivering on his promises, facing down every obstacle the Uniparty and the Deep State could muster, and always battling fiercely for the American people. However, there was one promise he didn’t quite fulfill: the release of the JFK assassination records.


In all fairness, Trump’s decision to hold back on releasing certain files left many scratching their heads, especially after he promised the American people. However, now, thanks to insights from Judge Napolitano, we’re starting to see the bigger picture behind President Trump’s choice not to unveil the JFK files. And, frankly, the reasons are downright bone-chilling. Here’s what Napolitano shared about his conversation with President Trump regarding those mysterious files:

RELATED: “If they showed you what they showed me, you wouldn’t have released it either”… Trump responds to unreleased JFK files…

Lately, Revolver has been all over another hot story that’s making a lot of waves. It’s called ‘Congressional Capture.’ That’s when Deep State operatives, often from the CIA, pull a lawmaker or leader aside and give them a very high-level, terrifying ‘classified briefing.’ The briefing is actually more about bending the lawmaker or leader into submission to align with the regime’s agenda, whether the officials realize it or not. As a matter of fact, Revolver recently covered a brilliant X post from conservative cartoonist Scott Adams on the ‘Capture’ topic:

RELATED: Scott Adams explains in layman terms how the CIA ‘captures’ our lawmakers right under our noses…

The theory that President Trump was ‘captured’ regarding the JFK files isn’t to suggest Trump is weak—far from it. Instead, it highlights just how convincing, powerful, and far-reaching our shadowy government operatives can be, and it would explain why they have such tremendous power. This theory also aligns with Tucker Carlson’s stark description of Pompeo as “sinister” and “criminal.” Mike Pompeo, who once appeared to be a pro-MAGA ally that Trump could trust, was likely doing everything in his power to protect the Deep State. It seems he briefed Trump in a way that safeguarded these interests at all costs.