I am surely looking forward to picking up my newspaper sometime this week and seeing no coverage of the great JFK hype.
This man (JFK) had no respect for his own family, for the American people, and especially for the highest office in the land.
He was a rich, spoiled brat whose daddy was a thug. Money cannot buy you class or credibility.
Kennedy was also a rabid racist for most of his life, doing all he could to try to undermine the advance towards freedom for Black Americans, from the time he was a U.S. Senator up until the final couple of years of his life.
Dr. King called him out in his book “Why We Can’t Wait“. King often said Kennedy wants Blacks to take freedom in a spoon and that this was unacceptable.
Malcolm X told Black Americans that they were straight up chumps for supporting a man like Kennedy.
If one were to study Kennedy’s policies and vision, he had intentions of implementing his own version of what later became LBJ’s “War on Poverty“, which was a war on Black American families, evidenced by the breakdown in the family fostered by these failed social policies.
So the revisionists of today, who hype Kennedy as some great man we should reflect upon and honor and mourn, are as dishonest as they can possibly be.