It's interesting that Roger Stone has a unique ability to get his work into the mainstream. His new book on LBJ's role in killing JFK is available in book stores.
Book stores, generally, are part of the mainstream media. Jim Douglass's JFK and the Unspeakable never got into book stores, nor did Phil Nelson's LBJ: Mastermind of the JFK Assassination, both of which are excellent books. But, I'm glad for Roger, and I'm glad somebody can do it. I met him once. It was the day I went to Alex Jones' production studio, and I spent just about the whole day there doing two shows. And in-between, I just watched the action, and it included a segment with Alex and Roger.
We are used to hearing about media scandals. We are just hearing that CBS is going to refuse paying severance of $120 million to Les Moonves, their disgraced and embattled former CEO. Do you know what the real crime is? It's that he was ever promised $120 million. That is a crime. The idea that he should have been promised so much money is a mortal sin in my book. For what? Harassing women? That's generally something men will do for free. And don't tell me his value to the company was great enough to warrant that. I mean honestly; he's just a fucking human being, and in this case, I mean it literally.
But, what I'm telling you is that this is going to seem like nothing once the scandal about CBS' coverage of the JFK assassination breaks. That's going to be the real crime. In that, they, CBS, were accomplices to murder, the murder of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. They were, and are, accessories after the fact, and they have been for 55 years. And, it's going to do them a lot more damage than the loss of $120 million. And it couldn't happen to a nicer bunch.