Late in 2017, almost 24 hours after 2,800 of 3,100 documents pertaining to previous President John F. Kennedy were made public, then-President Trump ordered the release of the remaining records.
After consultation with Chief of Staff John Kelly, the CIA, and other agencies, President Trump stated on Twitter that he will disclose all the material, excluding the names and addresses of living persons.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 28, 2017
Mr. Trump stated in his speech that the publication of all the papers would put “any and all conspiracy theories to rest.”
At the time, the National Archives made 2,800 papers available and stated that redacted materials will be examined within 180 days.
Andres Triay of CBS News discovered that the CIA and FBI were among the agencies who attempted to delay the publication of the documents in the days leading up to their release.
Now, according to the Daily Caller, “Fox News host and Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson” dropped a bombshell and “reported Thursday that the CIA was involved in the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy, citing an anonymous source.”
President Joe Biden issued an executive order to authorize the full release of the documents related to the assassination that have been hidden for decades. The National Archives and Records Administration released thousands of documents Thursday.
Carlson noted the 1992 John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act that mandated all documents related to Kennedy’s murder be disclosed by 2017. Both former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden, however, have not fully complied.
Carlson proclaimed, “Thousands of pages of documents after nearly 60 years, after the death of every single person involved, but we still can’t see them,”
“Today, we decided to find out. We spoke to someone who had access to these still-hidden CIA documents, a person who is deeply familiar with what they contained. We asked this person directly: did the CIA have a hand in the murder of John F. Kennedy, an American president? Here’s the reply, we received, verbatim. Quote: ‘The answer is, ‘yes.’ I believe they were involved. It’s a whole different country from what we thought it was. It’s all fake,’” Carlson remarked, referencing the unnamed source.
“It’s hard to imagine a more jarring response,” Carlson remarked. “Again, this is not a quote ‘conspiracy theorist’ that we spoke to. Not even close. This is someone with direct knowledge of the information that once again is being withheld from the American public. And the answer we received was unequivocal: ‘Yes the CIA was involved in the assassination of the president.’”
“Yes, I believe the CIA was involved in the Kennedy assassination,” Carlson stated, citing an unnamed source.
“Trump released 2,800 of the 3,100 classified documents related to the assassination due to a national security concern, CBS News reported. Biden issued a 2021 memorandum to direct an “intensive 1-year review” of the redactions, with the agency finding a limited amount of documents that need to remain undisclosed to the public with further review required,” the Caller reported.
On November 22, 1963, Kennedy was fatally shot in the head while traveling through Dallas in a motorcade. Lee Harvey Oswald, a former marine and communist activist, was suspected of firing the fatal shot, although historians have contested its veracity. Two days after Kennedy’s death, Oswald was fatally shot in the headquarters’ basement in Dallas.
TUCKER CARLSON on Kennedy Assassination: "The government's explanation didn't seem entirely plausible…It was at that point as Americans started to doubt the official story that the term 'conspiracy theory' entered our lexicon." pic.twitter.com/NxvHt5BXm3
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 16, 2022
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