Warren Commission & Gerald Ford
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, known unofficially as the Warren Commission, was established on November 29, 1963, by Lyndon B. Gerald Rudolph Jerry Ford, Jr. /5
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Crowdsourcing JFK: What did Gerald Ford say about the Warren Commission?
Bush gives himself away by saying "The Warren Commission will always have the final definitive say on this tragic matter because of Gerald Ford."
Pres. Johnson asks Gerald Ford to be a member of the Warren Commission, 50 years ago this evening: via
Gerald Ford changed the draft of the Warren Commission's Report to move the location of Kennedy's back wound up...
Why should anyone care about JFK? First, just a little background of what really happened, based on my extensive study of this issue : On this 50th anniversary of a coup d'état that removed JFK from office by assassination and proceeded to cover up this crime by murdering Lee Harvey Oswald and packing the Warren Commission with ambitious and corrupt politicians like Gerald Ford ( who later pardoned another very corrupt politician, Richard Nixon),Arlen Specter( who was utilized to put forth the ridiculous "magic bullet" theory, in order to explain away the conspiracy involving several shooters), as well as the most powerful and influential member... his well-known enemy Allen Dulles, former head of the CIA, who had been fired by President Kennedy for lying and attempting to manipulate and control foreign policy. Through a secret Operation, code-named "Mockingbird", the CIA had bought and/or installed hundreds of their own propaganda agents in the American Media. Thus, the almost universal ridicule for an ...
Becoming President was Gerald Ford's reward for white washing the American people with the Warren Commission.
LBJ TAPES: Gerald Ford on Warren Commission (JFK assassination): via No mention of need for truth.
A Brush of Greatness Ronald Reagan was Just a candidate for the Republican nomination back when he came by the US House of Representatives for meet and greets with members, and having some photo opportunities. They were not called Photo Ops back when people still used short hand. I was just a Cloakroom Page and high school kid with hair issues. I liked Reagan and wanted to meet him and shake hands. So, I left my post and headed over to Statuary Hall. He was standing in the middle of his advisers and security as I came smiling in. I know it seems odd that I would like Reagan, but I did. I preferred him to Gerald Ford in 76. Not because I remembered Reagan from his Death Valley Days TV Show, but because Ford was on the Warren Commission, which I had real problems with, and he pardoned Nixon for the Good of the Country, which I also had problems with. Ford of course beat Reagan in the end, and Jimmy Carter fortunately beat Ford. If I could have I would have voted for Carter, but I was to young at the time. A ...
Arlen Specter was on the Warren Commission along with Gerald Ford. How many commission members are still alive?
Completely Useless Facts; Celebrities Part 4 Felix the Cat is the first cartoon character to ever have been made into a balloon for a parade. According to one source, Americans buy about 5 million things that are shaped like Mickey Mouse, or have a picture of Mickey Mouse on them, in the course of one day. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams were all avid collectors and players of marbles. In their day, marbles were called "small bowls" and were as popular with adults as with children. Pepin the Short, King of the Franks from 751 to 768 AD was four feet six inches tall. His wife was known as Bertha of the Big Foot. George Washington's face was badly scarred from smallpox. King Alfonso of Spain (1886 to 1931), was so tone-deaf that he had one man in his employ known as the Anthem Man. This man's duty was to tell the king to stand up whenever the Spanish national anthem was played, because the monarch couldn't recognize it. Gerald Ford was one of the members of the Warren Commission appointe ...
Pres. Gerald Ford history: he was adopted, he was picked by Pres. Nixon, to replaced V.P. Spiro Agnew, Then Nixon Resigned and Ford succeed as President having never run for V.P. or Pres. He was on the Warren Commission, to investigate Pres. John F. Kennedy Assassination, he also pardoned Nixon, and no watergate trial for Nixon. Oh Ford's real last name was KING. The other adopted pres. was Bill Clinton.
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Yes, Gerald Ford was on the Warren Commission, but Donald Rumsfeld is the one who made Gerald Ford president.
Everyone who signed off on the Warren Commission, incl Gerald R Ford, is suspect
Warren Commission trustworthy as 9/11 commission. Look at who was on Warren. How did Gerald Ford get picked by Nixon? Payback
You need to understand. Gerald Ford was on the Warren Commission, and later became president. Hello? Payoff!
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