New Evidence Shows LBJ Ordered Killing Of JFK!
National Enquirer|December 2, 2019
POWER-CRAZED VP HATCHED PLOT WITH HOOVER – COVER-UP BEGAN MOMENT KENNEDY DIED

EXPLOSIVE new evidence has confirmed a deadly ambitious Lyndon B. Johnson gave the order to kill President John F. Kennedy in a dark conspiracy hatched with longtime Kennedy family nemesis FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover!

The National ENQUIRER has learned the shocking truth emerged after tens of thousands of pages of classified documents about the assassination were released in 2017 — nearly 55 years after the horrific events of Nov. 22, 1963.

“The John F. Kennedy assassination was a coup d’etat,” said Dr. Cyril Wecht, a forensic pathologist and member of the Truth and Reconciliation Committee charged to uncover the culprits behind the murders of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.

The documents reveal power-mad LBJ — desperate to move into the Oval Office — cooked up the plot with Hoover and furious former CIA Chief Allen Dulles, who had been fired by JFK after the disastrous Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba in 1961.

Hoover had publicly battled JFK and his brother, the attorney General RFK, and knew the siblings intended to fire him after the 1964 election.

According to sources, a vengeful Hoover prompted Johnson to give his blessing to the execution.

“Hoover had a tumultuous relationship with the Kennedys,” forensic analyst Steven Jaffe, who has studied the assassination, told The ENQUIRER.

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