50 Years of JFK Secrets . . . Remain Secret

Oct 27, 2017

The Deep State prevailed over Donald Trump’s better sense to throw open the doors to the vault of remaining secret documents relating to the assassination of President Kennedy. “Following last-minute recommendations of his national security agencies that some of the records be redacted,” President Trump allowed a mere 2,800 documents relating to the assassination to be released on Thursday. Although the deadline for releasing the documents has been on the books since 1992, and the date was well known, agencies of the Deep State were given another six months to “figure out what they want redacted.” A White House official said, “There’s a mad scramble going on in the executive branch to get this done.” Reportedly, “Some of the worry seems to center around documents created in the 1990s, when the congressional committee was crafting the legislation setting Thursday as the release date.” According to Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia, “The CIA wants some of the names in the documents redacted, and some of the paragraphs they say reveal the names of sources or theirs use by the CIA.”