Gorka: Deep State Withholding of JFK Files “Stinks to High Heaven”


Trump blamed for keeping documents secret despite being furious about it

From www.infowars.com – Link to Original Article.

Gorka said it was “fake news” that Trump had any role in ‘covering-up’ the release of the documents, telling host Lou Dobbs, “This is nothing to do with President Trump, this is the FBI and the CIA requesting to redact some of the documents.”

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JFK Files are being carefully released. In the end there will be great transparency. It is my hope to get just about everything to public!

– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 27, 2017

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According to reports, Trump is apparently furious that the remaining documents were not released.

A White House official told CNN Trump was, “unhappy with the level of redactions” and that the agencies were “not meeting the spirit of the law.”

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In Saving Jackie K, fate examines a scenario where the snipers missed and JFK lived, while his wife succumbed to the conspiracy plot. Who was Jackie K in real life?


Jackie John Kennedy and First_Lady Jacqueline Kennedy meet president and first lady of Mexico


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Jacqueline Lee Bouvier was an accomplished equestrian

Born on July 28, 1929 to a wealthy Southampton NY family, Jacqueline Lee Bouvier was an accomplished equestrian who maintained a lifelong interest in horsemanship. After her society debut in 1947, Miss Bouvier attended three different universities—and studied in France—before earning a BA in French Literature from George Washington University.

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Jackie married John Fitzgerald Kennedy

In September 1953, Jackie married then-US Representative, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, after sixteen months of courtship. When JFK triumphed in the 1960 presidential election, America’s First Family brought a toddler and an infant—Caroline and John Junior—to the White House.


Jackie Kennedy was beautiful, refined, and highly regarded as a fashion icon

A First Lady of class and grace, Jackie was beautiful, refined, and highly regarded as a fashion icon. An educated woman fluent in French, Spanish, and Italian, Mrs. Kennedy dazzled the French by speaking in their native tongue during a diplomatic visit. JFK later joked, “I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris, and I have enjoyed it.”


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Mrs. Kennedy took Americans on a televised tour through the White House

Believing that the White House lacked the majesty befitting the epicenter of government, Mrs. Kennedy committed herself to introducing culture and history to the home of the president. She planned numerous social events to which—alongside politicians, dignitaries, and diplomats—she invited scientists, musicians, artists, writers, and poets. Jackie also initiated the first full-scale renovation of the White House in over a hundred years. In 1962, the First Lady took Americans on a televised tour through the famed building, in a savvy political move that impressed not just the US, but ultimately the world.


Mrs. Kennedy wore a vibrant pink Chanel suit with matching pillbox hat

On the fateful day of her husband’s assassination, Mrs. Kennedy wore a custom-made, vibrant pink Chanel suit with matching pillbox hat. Although her elegant ensemble became splattered with his blood, she refused to change. Jackie declared, “Let them see what they have done.”

In 1968, the young widow married Greek tycoon, Aristotle Onassis, in a union which would forever bestow upon her the nickname, Jackie O. Seven years later, she became a widow for the second time, when Onassis died of respiratory failure.


Jacqueline Kennedy Garden

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis enjoyed a long and successful career in publishing until her death in 1994, just two months shy of her sixty-fifth birthday. The East Garden of the White House is named the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden in her honor.

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Percentage of Kennedy’s popular-vote win over Nixon in the 1960 presidential election.

1

First president born in the twentieth century.

1

Election with first televised presidential debates.

1

Only Catholic president.

1

Only president to have won a Pulitzer Prize (for Profiles in Courage, a Biography of eight patriotic US Senators).

2

Second youngest president at inauguration. (Theodore Roosevelt was sworn in at age 42 after the assassination of President McKinley.)

2

Number of Kennedy’s children surviving past infancy—Caroline and John.

3

Number of Kennedy’s grandchildren.

4

Fourth US President assassinated in office, after Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, and William McKinley.

8

Number of Kennedy’s siblings—Joseph Jr., Rosemary, Kathleen, Eunice, Patricia, Robert (RFK), Jean, Edward (Ted).

11

Massachusetts District Kennedy represented in the US House of Representatives.

23

Number of states won by Kennedy in 1960 presidential election. Nixon won 26, with fewer electoral votes, and unpledged electors in Mississippi voted for Harry Byrd Sr.

34

Number of months as Commander in Chief.

35

Thirty-fifth president of the United States.

43

Youngest elected president, at age 43.

46

Age at death.

50

States included in presidential election for the first time, as Alaska and Hawaii were granted statehood in the previous year.

50

Cents value of Kennedy half-dollar, first minted in 1964 in memoriam.

56

Percentage of lowest approval rating—September of 1963.

83

Percentage of highest approval rating—March of 1962.

109

PT 109—Patrol Torpedo Boat commanded by Lieutenant Kennedy in WWII. He earned a Navy and Marine Corps Medal for rescuing crewmembers after a Japanese destroyer rammed the boat.

303

Electoral votes won in 1960 presidential election.

 112,827 

Kennedy’s popular-vote win over Nixon.

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President Trump is today releasing thousands of files on the crime of the 20th century, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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For over fifty years, the public has wondered, debated, theorized, argued. Who really killed our 35th president? Conspiracy theories abound, and include many sinister agents still in forefront of political intrigue: Russia, Cuba, the FBI, the CIA, the Mafia, political foes. The list is long and exhaustive.

 

Perhaps the most talked about and divisive criminal act in history, many thought that today the debate would end and Americans would learn the awful truth. Today, our 45th president, Donald J. Trump, is releasing 2800 files related to the Kennedy assassination.

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But in a stunning move that will infuriate the populace and fuel further speculation and conspiracies, many documents will be withheld.

 

The excuse is typical: national security. In his memo dated October 26, 2017, Trump declared:

 

“. . . executive departments and agencies have proposed to me that certain information should continue to be redacted because of national security, law enforcement, and foreign affairs concerns. I have no choice –today — but to accept those redactions rather than allow potentially irreversible harm to our Nation’s security.”

 

Kennedy Files

What happened to government transparency? What is Trump really hiding? When will the public ever learn the truth?

 

We may never know.

 

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Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind.

   —John F. Kennedy

Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.

   —John F. Kennedy


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And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.

   —John F. Kennedy

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Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.

   —John F. Kennedy

There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long range risks of comfortable inaction.

   —John F. Kennedy


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Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.

   —John F. Kennedy

Our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children’s future. And we are all mortal.

   —John F. Kennedy

The basic problems facing the world today are not susceptible to a military solution.

   —John F. Kennedy

The very word ‘secrecy’ is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and to secret proceedings.

   —John F. Kennedy

We believe that if men have the talent to invent new machines that put men out of work, they have the talent to put those men back to work.

   —John F. Kennedy

If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich.

   —John F. Kennedy

Do you realize the responsibility I carry? I’m the only person standing between Richard Nixon and the White House.

   —John F. Kennedy


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I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris, and I have enjoyed it.

   —John F. Kennedy

I just received the following wire from my generous Daddy; Dear Jack, Don’t buy a single vote more than is necessary. I’ll be damned if I’m going to pay for a landslide.

   —John F. Kennedy

Khrushchev reminds me of the tiger hunter who has picked a place on the wall to hang the tiger’s skin long before he has caught the tiger. This tiger has other ideas.

   —John F. Kennedy

My brother Bob doesn’t want to be in government – he promised Dad he’d go straight.

   —John F. Kennedy

I look forward to a great future for America – a future in which our country will match its military strength with our moral restraint, its wealth with our wisdom, its power with our purpose.

   —John F. Kennedy

Once you say you’re going to settle for second, that’s what happens to you in life.

   —John F. Kennedy

The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all.

   —John F. Kennedy

Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly.

   —John F. Kennedy

I am sorry to say that there is too much point to the wisecrack that life is extinct on other planets because their scientists were more advanced than ours.

   —John F. Kennedy


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In a very real sense, it will not be one man going to the moon it will be an entire nation. For all of us must work to put him there.

   —John F. Kennedy

War will exist until that distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and prestige that the warrior does today.

   —John F. Kennedy

All free men, wherever they may live, are citizens of Berlin. And therefore, as a free man, I take pride in the words “Ich bin ein Berliner!”

   —John F. Kennedy

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Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty.

   —John F. Kennedy

Timeline:

1962 Cuban Missile Crisis

October 9

President Kennedy orders a U-2 reconnaissance flight over western Cuba, but the mission is delayed by inclement weather.

October 14

Resuming the previously scrubbed mission, a US Air Force U-2 plane flying over western Cuba discovers missile sites. Photographs obtained by this reconnaissance operation provide conclusive evidence that the Soviets are using Cuba as a nuclear staging ground.

October 16

McGeorge Bundy (National Security Advisor) informs Kennedy of the photographic evidence. The president calls a meeting with the Executive Committee of the National Security Council (EX-COMM) to discuss possible diplomatic and military courses of action.

October 17

The Joint Chiefs of Staff and Air Force Command argue vehemently for an air strike. That evening, another U-2 flight uncovers Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles (IRBMs) at the Cuban site.

October 18

Employing an obvious intimidation tactic, the US drops a 1.59-megaton yield Hydrogen bomb over Johnston Island in the North Pacific Ocean, 860 miles west of Hawaii.

October 18

JFK attends a two-hour meeting with Andrei Gromyko, Soviet Minister of Foreign Affairs. Gromyko assures Kennedy that Soviet aid to Cuba has been restricted to “defensive capabilities of Cuba.”

October 20

Kennedy meets with his advisors and orders a defensive naval blockade of Cuba to be instituted immediately. The operation is approved, and the president schedules a television address to the American public.

October 20

US conducts low yield nuclear test over Johnston Island.

October 21

FK requests that the press not deny him the “element of surprise” or he warns, “I don’t know what the Soviets will do.” Meanwhile, Another U-2 flight reveals Soviet bombers and MiGs (Russian fighter jets) being assembled, and missile sites being built on Cuba’s northern shore.

October 22

The president addresses the nation in a televised speech, announcing the presence of offensive missile sites in Cuba.

“To halt this offensive buildup, a strict quarantine on all offensive military equipment under shipment to Cuba is being initiated. All ships of any kind bound for Cuba from whatever nation or port will, if found to contain cargoes of offensive weapons, be turned back.”

Meanwhile, the US military shifts readiness level to Defense Condition (DEFCON) 3, and Marines reinforce the US military base at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.

October 22

In response to the American test, the Soviets conduct their own high altitude nuclear test at Kapustin Yar in Russia, exploding a 300-kiloton Hydrogen bomb.

October 22

Tactical Air Command (TAC) has 511 fighters, supporting tankers, and reconnaissance aircraft deployed to face Cuba on one-hour alert status.

October 23

Organization of American States (OAS) unanimously approves the quarantine against Cuba.

October 23

Kennedy orders six Crusader jets to fly a low-level reconnaissance mission. By the end of the day, US ships have taken up position along the quarantine line, 800 miles from Cuba.

October 23

Late in the evening, the president sends his brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy to the Soviet Embassy to talk with Soviet Ambassador Dobrynin. Via the embassy, Kennedy receives a letter from Khrushchev in which Khrushchev comments that there is a “serious threat to peace and security of peoples.” As a result, the president decides to give Khrushchev more time. He pushes the quarantine line 500 miles from Cuba.

October 23

British press, recalling previous CIA missteps, is unconvinced about the existence of Soviet bases in Cuba, and speculates that Kennedy’s actions may be related to his reelection campaign.

October 24

Revealing their sinister intentions, all Soviet ships en route to Cuba either slow down or reverse their course-except for one. In the US, military forces go to DEFCON 2, the highest level in US history.

October 24

Chinese People’s Daily announces that “650,000,000 Chinese men and women are standing by the Cuban people.”

October 24

Soviet news agency Telegrafnoe Agentstvo Sovetskogo Soyuza (TASS) broadcasts a telegram from Khrushchev to President Kennedy, in which Khrushchev warns that the United States’ “pirate action” will lead to war.

October 25

JFK sends a letter to Khrushchev, blaming the crisis squarely on the Soviet Union.

October 25

EX-COMM secretly discusses a proposal to withdraw US missiles from Turkey in exchange for the withdrawal of Soviet missiles from Cuba.

October 26

Soviet ship Marucla-the lone vessel NOT carrying questionable cargo-is cleared through the quarantine.

October 26

During an EX-COMM meeting, Kennedy expresses doubt that the quarantine alone will force the Soviet government to remove its offensive weapons from Cuba. Underscoring his concern, a CIA report reveals there is no halt in progress of the missile sites, and indeed the Soviets are also attempting to camouflage the missiles.

October 26

Khrushchev sends another letter to Kennedy proposing removal of his missiles if Kennedy publicly announces never to invade Cuba.

October 26

The US engages in another high altitude nuclear test over Johnston Island.

October 26

Khrushchev receives a cable from Cuban President Fidel Castro urging a nuclear first-strike against the US in the event of an invasion of Cuba.

October 26

In arguably the most dangerous moment of the crisis, US Destroyer USS Beale persecutes a Soviet nuclear-armed submarine. In desperate need of air, the Soviet submarine commander briefly considers launching a nuclear-armed torpedo, but decides to peacefully surface instead. (As revealed at the Cuban Missile Crisis Havana Conference in 2002.)

October 27

A new letter from Khrushchev arrives, proposing a public “trade” of Soviet missiles in Cuba for US missiles in Turkey.

October 27

An American U-2 plane is shot down over Cuba, tragically killing pilot Major Rudolf Anderson, marking the only US casualty of the crisis.

October 27

Kennedy writes Khrushchev a letter stating he will publicly announce that the US will not invade Cuba if Khrushchev removes the missiles from Cuba.

October 27

Several US Navy Crusader aircraft on photoreconnaissance missions are fired upon. One is hit, but makes it back to base.

October 27

US conducts Hydrogen bomb test over Johnston Island – Yield 800 Kilotons.

October 28

High Altitude Russian Nuclear Test conducted at Kapustin Yar. Hydrogen Bomb on Rocket. Yield approximately 300 Kilotons.

October 28

Khrushchev announces over Radio Moscow that he has agreed to remove the missiles from Cuba.

October 29

President Kennedy orders US ships to remain on the quarantine line and authorizes continuation of low-level reconnaissance flights.

November 6

The 1962 elections are held. The Democrats lose seats in the House to Republicans, but maintain their majority; they increase their majority in the Senate.

November 21

After several weeks of tense negotiations, JFK terminates the quarantine when Khrushchev agrees to withdraw Soviet nuclear bombs from Cuba.


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In Saving Jackie K, JFK’s Vice President, Lyndon Baines Johnson, laments the Commander-in-Chief’s missteps regarding the communist island nation of Cuba. But no one can debate Kennedy’s success in thwarting the volatile Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.


U2 Spy Plane Cuban Missile Crisis
On October 14, 1962, a US Air Force U-2 plane flying a reconnaissance mission over the Caribbean photographed alarming images of Soviet missile bases being constructed on Cuban soil. The military intelligence turned an already adversarial relationship into an imminent threat of war.


Fidel Castro Cuba Cuban Missile Crisis

Three months into his presidency—in April of 1961—JFK had launched the Bay of Pigs invasion, an operation later deemed a fiasco by advocates and naysayers alike. Kennedy sent in CIA-trained Cuban exiles to overthrow Fidel Castro‘s communist regime. However, he failed to deliver promised Air Force support, and the exiles were defeated by Cuban armed forces.

Operation Mongoose had followed in November of 1961. A covert program involving propaganda, sabotage and psychological warfare to undermine the communist regime, the continuing operation was widely regarded as a policy failure of the US government.


On October 22, 1962, Kennedy addressed the American People in response to the Cuban Missile Crisis, and outlined his tactics:

“To halt this offensive buildup, a strict quarantine on all offensive military equipment under shipment to Cuba is being initiated. All ships of any kind bound for Cuba from whatever nation or port will, if found to contain cargoes of offensive weapons, be turned back.”

He then warned his adversaries:

“It shall be the policy of this nation to regard any nuclear missile launched from Cuba against any nation in the Western Hemisphere as an attack by the Soviet Union on the United States, requiring a full retaliatory response upon the Soviet Union.”


Nikita Khrushchev USSR Soviet Cuban Missile Crisis

Finally, he addressed the Russian premier directly:

“I call upon Chairman Khrushchev to halt and eliminate this clandestine, reckless, and provocative threat to world peace and to stable relations between our two nations.”

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P-2H Neptune over Soviet ship Oct 1962 USSR Cuban Missile Crisis

Kennedy’s naval blockade proved effective. On October 28, Khrushchev announced his intention to dismantle and remove the missiles from Cuba. The confrontation marked closest point in time that the Cold War escalated to the brink of nuclear conflict.

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Fifty-three years after the shocking assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the truth may finally be revealed.

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What really happened when JFK was shot in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963? The answer may lie in the hands of none other than conspiracy-theorist-in-chief, Donald Trump. Why is our 45th president in charge of National Archive documents related to the brutal murder of our 35th?

According to Politico, “Under the deadline set by a 1992 law, Trump has six months left to decide whether he will block the release of an estimated 3,600 files related to the assassination that are still under seal at the Archives.”

If released, will these documents reveal the most explosive conspiracy of the twentieth century?

With citizens storming airports protesting foreign travel bans, and walls being erected on our southern border many are wondering, “What’s next?”

Imagine a world where the US government monitors the movements of citizens within the fifty states. What if you needed a passport to travel from New Jersey to Pennsylvania? Or California to Nevada? Envision guards standing at walled checkpoints conducting “Extreme Vetting” on the border between Wisconsin and Illinois.

Enter a #dystopian nightmare where legal residents are detained by an authoritarian regime, hell-bent on keeping its population in line. Where a nation’s capitol was obliterated in a nuclear war, and people live in a constant police state.

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With Trump becoming our 45th president, many people think we are living in an alternate reality.

What if our alternate reality had Rudy Giuliani as the 45th president? And instead of a never-ending war on terror, the US had a never-ending war with Russia?

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