In a bombshell interview with Tucker Carlson, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. delved deep into the alleged CIA involvement in the assassination of his uncle, John F. Kennedy. This comes months after Carlson’s bold reporting on both the JFK assassination and the Watergate scandal, actions believed by many to have led to his controversial departure from the once dominant Fox News. RFK Jr. pointed out the connections between the people linked to JFK’s assassination and the Miami Station. He says to Carlson:

“Almost all of the people associated with (JFK’s assassination) were involved with the Miami Station, which was the largest CIA Station at the time and was basically the Cuban Station. The people who were involved were people, like Bill Harvey and David Atlee Phillips, who was clearly involved in my uncle’s assassination. By all evidence, he was Lee Harvey Oswald’s handler at the CIA. E. Howard Hunt made a confession, David Morales, who was the chief hitman. He ran the Operation Phoenix program in Vietnam, he killed ten thousand people, he also gave a confession of being in Dallas.”

“The Cuba Station was angry at my uncle for not sending in air cover during the Bay of Pigs invasion. After the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, my uncle developed this friendship with Khrushchev, and he shut down all the attacks on Cuba by Alpha 66 and other groups who were harassing Cuba and sinking Russian ships. They were operating flotillas out of South Florida, and doing raids. My uncle (JFK) and father (RFK) sent the Coast Guard to confiscate their ships and weaponry and arrest those that kept doing it.”

RFK Jr. also detailed his conversations with hitmen involved in the shooting of his uncle:

“So Veciana met Oswald in Dallas in September 1963. I’ve talked to the people who were working for the CIA and the mob at that time to kill Castro, and some of them were pivoted to this new project”

Tucker questioned why Biden hadn’t declassified the JFK assassination documents, and RFK raised the same point about Trump. Tucker mentioned that Trump was advised against it by Mike Pompeo. RFK pointed out that the JFK Assassinations Law mandated the release of all related documents by 2017, but around 4,000 documents remain classified. Tucker speculated that this might hint at significant hidden information, with RFK suggesting the withheld documents may be more about safeguarding institutional interests than individuals.

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