Trump says if he's elected he will declassify and release all of the JFK assassination files
· May 16, 2023 · NottheBee.com

Bad news for Ted Cruz's dad!

Donald Trump just announced that if he's re-elected that he's going to release all of the files around the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in the 1960s.

This comes as there is a renewal of interest in the Kennedy case in recent years among people on the right and left including Trump's fellow Presidential candidate and nephew of JFK, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who maintains his uncle and father were murdered by the CIA.

Here's the response from Trump in The Messenger where he also argues that DeSantis' six-week abortion ban is harsh:

The Messenger: Last one for me. I think I think we're at 30 minutes, right. JFK files. You were going to release all of the JFK files as president. But in the end, you didn't. And there was a podcast interview where Judge Andrew Napolitano said, and I'm paraphrasing here, that you told him the public shouldn't see this information. Is that accurate?

Trump: "I released a lot, as you know. And I will release everything else."

The Messenger: So there was nothing in there that the public should be scared about or that makes the US look terrible?

Trump: "Well, I don't want to comment on that. But I will tell you that I have released a lot. I will release the remaining portion very early in my term."

Trump implies that he knows the truth about JFK and whether or not it was part of a coup inside the United States by the intelligence agencies, but it's not clear whether he thinks what's in there is a big deal.

He just says he's released a lot and will release more.

But if it was Ted Cruz's dad you can bet he would have released it the first time!

So I guess that makes two major candidates who want to let the people know about the truth behind the JFK and RFK killings. Keep that popcorn handy for 2024!


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