RFK Jr. Insists That the CIA Was Involved With President JFK’s Assassination

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. reiterated his claim that the CIA had a hand in the 1963 killing of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy. He was informing Sean Hannity on Fox News that there had been a 60-year cover-up.

RFK Makes Accusations

Kennedy, the son of Bobby Kennedy, who was killed by Sirhan Sirhan in 1968, asserted on “Hannity” on Monday that there is solid proof the CIA was involved in a scheme. He said this scheme resulted in President John F. Kennedy’s murder by Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963.

It’s difficult to sum up all of the proof because there are millions of pages of papers, including CIA records, notes, and discussions that were captured at the Cuban embassy in Mexico City.

Kennedy stated the brother of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and former CIA Director Allen Dulles, who was famously dismissed by JFK, served as one of the Warren Commission’s leaders.

According to Kennedy, Dulles infiltrated the Warren Commission, effectively running it, and withheld the proof from the Warren Commissioners.

In any case, Congress had substantially more information available when it looked into the crime ten years later than the Warren Commission. He also said Congress determined it was indeed a plot.

It was a conspiracy and numerous individuals participated in it. RFK continued to say that since the proof was so overpowering to them, the majority of those involved in the inquiry think the CIA was responsible.

RFK Jr. recalls being present in the East Room of the White House during his uncle’s memorial. He was alongside his mother Ethel, father Bobby, aunt Jacqueline, and uncle.

When President Lyndon Johnson entered, he said Jack Ruby just assassinated Lee Harvey Oswald.

CIA Involved in Assassination

Kennedy stated the attorney general, his father, looked into Ruby and found evidence of mob connections, including one mob boss he alleged was recruited by the CIA in the Fidel Castro assassination plot.

This means they had all been cooperating with the CIA.