RFK Reveals Some Never-Before-Seen Data on the JFK Assassination

Robert F. Kennedy, a Democratic presidential candidate and probably the best thing the Democrat Party has to offer at the time, revealed he’s gotten ahold of important evidence in the JFK assassination case.

In fact, RFK went straight for the neck, accusing the CIA of being behind the murder that practically altered the history of the US and possibly even the rest of the world.

Some light gets shed on Kennedy’s assassination

Even though RFK did make similar allegations in the past, this is the first time he’s been this specific when it comes to naming a suspect and exactly how things unfolded.

It won’t be surprising to see the CIA respond to this the only way they know how.

Last week on Sunday, RFK was interviewed by radio host John Catsimatidis on WABC’s “Cats Roundtable” show, revealing he’s got no doubts regarding the death of his uncle, John F. Kennedy.

He came out with quite a divisive statement, one that could potentially lead him down the same path as JFK even. He claimed the Central Intelligence Agency was to blame for the infamous Dallas assassination, adding that the agency aided with the cover-up as well.

JFK was fatally shot in the back of the head on November 22nd, 1963 while riding in a motorcade in Dallas, TX, with Lee Harvey Oswald being revealed as the shooter later on.

Kennedy’s opposition to nuclear conflict led to his downfall

However, many were left dissatisfied with the poor explanation of JFK’s murder, as the man was one of the few US presidents beloved by so many. It led to hundreds of theories being created and the event itself is the centerpiece of dozens of books and movies.

Everyone wanted to know why JFK was murdered because things simply didn’t add up. While RFK may not be the first to have accused the CIA of being involved, he’s definitely been the most vocal about it.

In his podcast show “All In”, he claimed the CIA singlehandedly orchestrated the murder and the 60-year cover-up that followed, adding a number of papers that they were supposed to release long ago are still being withheld from the public.

The presidential candidate believes the CIA decided to take JFK out, due to his reluctance to go to war in Laos, Vietnam, and others, with JFK claiming it’s his job as president to avoid conflict, rather than instigate it.

Had it not been for Kennedy, we may have gotten involved in an all-out nuclear conflict with Russia at the time. This wasn’t well-received by the military and intelligence agencies in the US, which wanted a swift victory in the war that never happened.

This article appeared in The Record Daily and has been published here with permission.