Putin: Kennedy Was Killed By U.S. “Special Services”

July 2, 2017

It’s probably going to piss off a lot of readers, but sometimes I think that Vladimir Putin is the only adult in the room. I am not veering off into the Russia/election debacle, which is largely a Democratic Party excuse for losing the presidency to Trump. That problem is due to the fact that Clinton is every bit as much of a shithead as Trump is. Besides, no country has meddled with more elections around the world than the United States.

In this post we will look at two recent interviews with Putin, the first by Megyn Kelly, formerly at Fox and now at NBC. At 6:30 into the interview, Putin explains the complexity of intelligence agencies by referencing the Kennedy assassination, fast forward to that part of the interview.

“There’s a theory that Kennedy’s assassination was arraigned by United States Special Services”

Putin is not speculating, he knows what happened. Scroll to 6:30 in the interview:

Next, check out this interview where Putin explains why U.S. policy remains virtually the same no matter who is President. He describes how “Men in dark suits with briefcases explain to the President what to do”
This is a variation of the old joke that when a president is elected he is taken into a basement room in the White House and shown the Zapruder film of Kennedy being killed in Dallas.
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Makes us wonder just what the Russians know about 9/11…

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