Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Corsi the "birther?"- Corsi to "Saint"

Res Ipsa Loquitur

FBI files, newspaper ad and curious photos raise questions

Res Ipsa Loquitor

FBI Special Agent Graham Kitchel wrote the memo to the FBI’s Houston bureau, dated Nov. 22, 1963, the day of the assassination.
But in the last paragraph, Graham confirmed that Bush was going to be at the Sheraton-Dallas Hotel in Dallas on the day of the assassination, returning to his residence in Houston the next day.

Some researchers – noting the discrepancy that the Dallas Morning News claimed Bush would be at the Sheraton-Dallas on Thursday night, Nov. 21, 1963, while the Kitchel memo suggests Bush would be at the hotel on the night of the assassination – have speculated that Bush made the call to establish an alibi.

Russ Baker, author of the 2009 book “Family of Secrets,” observed: “In summary, then, Bush called in a pointless tip about an innocent fellow to an FBI agent whom he knew, and whom he knew could be counted on to file a report on this trip – out of what may have been hundreds of calls, some of them not even worthy of documenting, and, after a cursory investigation, the tip was confirmed as useless.”

It's my belief that JFK was killed by an amalgam of Mafia-CIA operatives for reasons ranging from the Bay of Pigs betrayal, Bobby Kennedy's war on the Mafia, especially Carlos Marcellus and Jimmy Hoffa, and fear about what JFK was doing in Vietnam, especially the Diem assassinations and talk of folding our hand.  And remember, it is a certainty that JFK stole the 1960 election from Nixon with help from the Chicago mafia, and LBJ's South Texas machine.  That said, I would not be at all surprised if there was substance here.  For instance, I have always found it interesting that when Richard Nixon was asked where he was that day, he responded "I don't recall,"  which would make him the only person in the nation who did not.   Some reports placed him in the office building across from the Book Depository.  But that's not what this is about.*

Res Ipsa LoquitorI'm interested in what the lame-streamers do with this info from Jerome Corsi.  If you'll remember, Corsi was dogged in tracking down the truth about Obama's birth certificate.  On the eve of his book's publication,  the Obamas released the so called "full birth certificate."  It was immediately seen to be a forgery, but no matter. Corsi's book sales suffered,  and the Obamas announced they would no longer answer any more questions about birth certificates, or school transcripts.  The media of course then put a lid on all subsequent attempts to arrive at the truth (not that they had done much in the first place) .

Associating an ex-Republican president to the assassinated and sainted JFK will, I'm certain, elicit a good deal of positive interest from Liberals than did "birther" Corsi.  I would not be surprised if Sixty-Minutes, which only investigates Republican administrations, suddenly comes alive on this issue.

*Aside- I once shared my JFK  theories with someone I suspected of having CIA connections, and he responded "What if the Good Guys killed JFK?"


iri said...

"What if the Good Guys killed JFK?"

If the "good guys" did they really f'ed it up. I'm still betting it was amateur hour by guys with the stroke and cash to buy off the Warren commission. Bush fits the bill perfectly as one of the amateurs though setting up Oswald was a nice touch.

Jess said...

If you look closely, you can tell by the size, and build, it's actually Johnny Carson, who was notorious as an assassin before his Tonight Show gig.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

I am one who is convinced that one of the overpass bums was E. Howard Hunt (later a Nixon figure). I have toyed with the possibility that Katherine Graham's (WaPost publisher) war on Nixon had roots in a Liberal notion that Nixon was involved in the Dallas shoot as part of a get-even thing. Whether he was or was not, Graham was the fire behind the Nixon coup.

Anonymous said...

My take is that the "fake but accurate" crowd has begun using antique typewriters.

- One Man Gang

molonlabe28 said...

I agree with your assessment, Rodge.

Ihave read around 25 - 35 books on the JFK assassination and countless books about the Mafia and the CIA.

Being in the CIA in the 1950s and 1960s would have been the best job (short of racing cars) that a man could get.

Some of the older CIA guys (e.g. WFB and William King Harvey, who was in charge of constructing the Berlin Tunnel) are like heroes to me.

They did what they wanted without Congressional or Presidential oversight.

I agree that E. Howard Hunt was one of the 3 tramps and that Frank Sturgis and Charles V.Harrison (Woody's father) may have been the others.

Nixon was in Dallas because he was a Director of Pepsi, which was having a convention there, I believe.

I plan to be in Dealey Plaza for the 50th anniversary in November.

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