Sunday, June 12, 2016

Back around the time of the 50th anniversary, the Henry Ford Museum had a special presentation of the JFK limo. They even waived their usual entrance fee. Thousands showed up to see it. 

Crowds gathered Friday to see the limousine that carried President John F. Kennedy on the day he was assassinated 50 years ago in Dallas. Some waited as long as 30 minutes for a close look.
The Henry Ford, the cavernous Dearborn, Mich., museum that owns the car, says it has seen a huge and steady stream arrive for an inspection of the heavily modified Lincoln limo, which stayed in government service until 1977. To mark the day, the museum was free.
The mood is somber and "definitely reflective," says spokeswoman Melissa Foster. 'They are sharing their memories. A lot of grandparents bringing their grandchildren."
The museum set up a special line so that everyone get a close look. She says by midday, about 6,600 people had visited, far in excess of a normal Friday.
Oh really? Isn't that special. Then why did they leave the top on? That's not how it was when JFK had his rendezvous with death. It makes all the difference, doesn't it? Changes it completely, doesn't it? The truth is: they didn't want people to reflect too much, especially not the wrong way. They didn't want people dwelling on the angles and trying to figure out how one bullet could traverse the bodies of two men causing 7 wounds, including the shattering of two bones. What bastards. With the JFK assassination, it's always manipulation. Why? Because it's all a lie; that's why. 

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