So Gerald Ford is Dead? So What?

For those of you who do not already know this, Gerald Ford is a special man in American history in that he took part in not one, but two cover ups related to the JFK assassination. First off, he was one of the authors of the fictional piece known as the Warren Report. Then he pardoned Richard Nixon so that the real reason for the Watergate break-in would not be revealed.

For those of you who do not know the Nixon connection the JFK assassination you should start doing a little research of your own, but I’ll tell you where to start looking…start with the Watergate burglars and the “tramps” who were picked up at the scene of the Kennedy assassination. They seem to be the same people. Then research where Nixon was on that fateful night. Nixon, along with the probable kingpin of the assassination George H. W. Bush, are the only two people on the planet who can’t remember where they were on that day but records show that they were both in Dallas.

Start poking into this and you will be shocked at what you may find. In the meantime spend your emotions mourning for our nation, democracy, Iraq and its citizens or just about anything…rather than for Mr. Ford. Think about it


UPDATE: Gerald Ford’s Role in the JFK Assassination Cover-up

4 Responses to “So Gerald Ford is Dead? So What?”

  1. Truth Seeker on March 4, 1972 on January 7, 2003 on August 21, 2004, or no, sorry, actually says:

    I listened to one of JFK’s speeches the other day. I had to stop when I almost started crying. You have to do some sort of psychological partitioning to keep from going nuts from the rage, don’t you?

  2. So Gerald Ford is Dead? So What?

    Shakespeare was dead wrong. The evil men do does NOT live after them, - not in this day and age. The evil, it seems, is often ‘interred with their bones.’ So shall it be with Gerald Ford. With the death of Gerald Ford, the secrets he covered up go …

  3. Truth Seeker on March 4, 1972 on January 7, 2003 on August 21, 2004, or no, sorry, actually says:

    Mike Malloy said the exact same thing with respect to Shakespeare’s quote…coincidence?

  4. smilodon1 says:

    The correct quote from Shakespeare is:

    The evil that men do lives after them;The good is oft interred with their bones.

    So appropriate for Ford.

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