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November 23, 1963
While the slain President Kennedy’s body lay in repose in East Room of White House, the newly sworn in president Lyndon B. Johnson declares November 25th to be a national day of mourning.
“Senator Lyndon Johnson in the early 1950′s was one of just a mere handful of congressional overseers of the CIA – this is a little known fact and extremely important. When I think of LBJ, I think of inner circle CIA for a very long time.
Lyndon Johnson in the 1950′s was the single most important congressional appropriator/overseer of the military-industrial complex.”
– Robert Morrow, JFK Assassination Researcher
Robert Morrow joins us to share what his research has revealed – and why it’s important that you know it.
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