Democratic presidential primary candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has doubled down on his insistence that there was CIA involvement in the death of his uncle and former President John F. Kennedy.
Kennedy appeared on 'Hannity' Monday where he spoke more on his belief that there is strong evidence that the CIA had a major role in the plot and untimely death of President John F. Kennedy, per Fox News. Kennedy said, “There’s millions of pages of documents; CIA documents, transcripts, of recorded conversations from the Cuban embassy in Mexico City – it’s hard to summarize the evidence.”
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RFK talked about the personal experience he had as a kid when he witnessed the whole ordeal take place. When Jack Ruby killed Lee Harvey Oswald, the presidential candidate says that it was President Lyndon B. Johnson that broke the news to the Kennedys.
Here is a picture of me with my uncle, whose wisdom affected me profoundly. Today, these words of his are especially relevant: “A nation that is afraid to let its people judge truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.” pic.twitter.com/Kj1VM01xbB— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) May 8, 2023
RFK Jr. then spoke about how his father, the attorney general at the time, had investigated Jack Ruby and found mob ties, including ties to a mob leader who claimed that Ruby had been “recruited by the CIA in the Castro murder plot – so they were all working together in cahoots with the CIA.”
Kennedy Jr. recalls that his father's first instinct was that the CIA was responsible for the assassination of JFK.
RFK Jr.'s perspective on the Kennedy assassination adds a lot of insight. Kennedy's first-hand perspective brings a new set of facts to the table and likely furthers distrust in the official story of the Kennedy assassination.
Making matters more suspect, the Biden administration has been reluctant to release the JFK files. The documents have long since been supposed to be released, but 4,300 documents are still redacted in part, with more still being redacted entirely, per NBC.
It’s clear there's still information the government isn’t willing to reveal on the wrongful death of President John F. Kennedy, but the public undoubtedly deserves to know.