RFK Jr. not impressed with way JFK documents were handled

July 4, 2023
Ryan Edwards

RFK Jr. wants to know what the White House is hiding.

If they weren't trying to hide anything, then why did they wait until the absolute last minute to release their documents on the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy?

The White House tried the old Friday news dump trick recently, not telling America that it had made 99% of the documents in the John F. Kennedy assassination case public until the last moment before the weekend, when all of the most prominent reporters have already knocked off and are about to be enjoying their weekend.

Usually, organizations will do this with news that they want swept under the rug.

Holiday weekend info dump

That way, the news cycle has the entire weekend to forget about what's happened, with the goal being to get away with whatever they had announced at the last moment on Friday. By doing this, they're always able to fall back on the fact that TECHNICALLY they made information publicly available, even though they KNEW nobody was going to see it.

RFK Jr. wants to know what the White House was trying to hide after what he called a "midnight announcement."

The White House tried to use some legal mumbo jumbo to explain why they couldn't release the information until the last possible moment, but let's be reasonable here. The assassination was SIXTY years ago.

Not a security threat

There's literally zero chance that it's still any sort of security threat to tell the truth about what happened.

Still, the White House told us that they couldn't:

"In light of the recommendation for continued postponement of public release of information in the records identified in section 2(b) of this memorandum under the statutory standard, I hereby certify, by the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including section 5(g)(2)(D) of the Act, that continued postponement of public disclosure of that information is necessary to protect against identifiable harms to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, and the conduct of foreign relations that are of such gravity that they outweigh the public interest in disclosure."

RFK wasn't buying it.

He knew America wasn't either.

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