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Shocking Facts On JFK Jr. Crash

Did John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife and sister-in-law really die in the crash of his Piper Saratoga off the shores of Martha’s Vineyard in July 1999, or are they still alive? Did they even complete the trip, or was it called off at Lincoln Park because of bad weather? Were Navy Seals involved in completing the charade of the trip and crash to fool the Deep State?

In this rarely aired interview from 2019, Stoney Stone and his anonymous guest give us some answers, revealing some shocking facts about Junior’s plane crash that were on no one’s radar. The events and circumstances fit the narrative here and the empirical proof may be presented to an unbelieving world that has been fed a diet of mainstream media cabalist propaganda ever since the Deep State murdered his father in cold blood on Nov. 22, 1963, when the coup de’ etat really happened. The proof’s is in the analysis of facts never before revealed. Here’s more on the story, courtesy of Inglorious Patrios and, as always, judge the for yourself.




Ghislaine In The Hot Zone

Why were Ghislaine Maxwell and her paramour, Jeffrey Epstein, so focused on the islands of the Caribbean? This is the Hot Zone, the region below Florida and Miami, extending toward the Bahamas and Cuba.

In days of olde, pirates trolled these salty waters. Nowadays, Ghislaine piloted submarines, bringing Jeffrey ‘s rich fat cat friends for wanton orgies at the resort Epstein owned in the U.S. Virgin Islands — Little St. James Island.

Were the submarines strictly for transport or was an underwater search also in progress to locate buried and forgotten cities with towering pillars, now fallen into the sea? Are there land masses lying on the bed of the Atlantic Ocean that are now rising and could once again resurface, reveling ancient splendors? How do Ernest Hemingway, Edgar Cayce and Paulina Zelitsky, as well as President John F. Kennedy, figure into these mysteries?

Strap in for turbulence as the Dark Journalist embarks on a journey the likes of which could rock even King Poseidon, sending him rolling beneath the waves!




 

JFK: A Conservative Today?

President John F. Kennedy lowered taxes, opposed abortion, supported gun rights and believed in a strong military. A strong, conservative Republican, right? Not quite. JFK was the darling of the Democrat Party in the early 1960s, though the party was a lot more moderate than today’s looney tunes.

Fast forward to 2021 and PragerU’s Will Witt asks, “Would JFK be a conservative today? In the years since the JFK Administration, the Left has become much more radical and, although many people look up to JFK for his liberal causes, a closer look at his policies paints a different picture. Kennedy was a lifelong NRA member and strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment, and he believed that a well-equipped military was the answer, as demonstrated in the Cuban Missile Crisis. Today, the Left supports abortion, even up to nine months. Kennedy would have never approved of that. In the following presentation, Witt digs deeper into JFK’s policies and comes to the conclusion that our 35th President just might have moved to the other side of the aisle.





Nixon Uncensored

Digging deeply into the political archives, we uncovered highlights of a 1982 CNN “Crossfire” interview with former President Richard Nixon, including uncensored comments during a commercial break. The interview was conducted by Pat Buchanan, who later became a special consultant to Presidents Nixon, Ford and Reagan. He unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for the presidency in 1992 and 1996.

In his characteristic no-nonsense manner, Nixon lauds the Kennedy brothers, calling Ted the best politician of the three and, in an unsuspecting moment during a commercial break, he takes a shot at President Johnson with some choice words. Tune in to this classic interview with our 37th President, courtesy of CNN.

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