Roger Stone spoke with Jack Posobiec on Human Events Daily about the Biden administration’s release of additional JFK assassination files.
“In accordance with President Biden’s memorandum of June 30, 2023 the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) posted all documents with newly released information subject to the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992,” the National Archives said in a press release.
“On December 15, 2022, President Biden directed agencies to jointly review remaining redactions in records, disclosing all information except when the strongest possible reasons counsel otherwise,” the press release continued.
“NARA worked in concert with agencies to complete this review and adhere to the President’s direction. Since April 15, 2023, 2,672 additional documents have been released in full or with fewer redactions.”
“At the National Archives, we believe in the importance of government transparency and the accessibility of information. The dedicated and detailed work completed by NARA staff and by our partners and stakeholder agencies is an excellent representation of how we can collaborate together to ensure that the maximum amount of information is made available to the American people, while we protect what we must,” Dr. Colleen Shogan, 11th Archivist of the United States, said.
“I have every confidence that the NDC’s implementation of these plans offers a clear path forward for public transparency and the timely release of additional information as circumstances warrant,” she added.
To no surprise, any records that indicate who was responsible for assassinating John F. Kennedy will remain sealed from the public.
“This action reflects his [Joe Biden] instruction that all information related to President Kennedy’s assassination should be released except when the strongest possible reasons counsel otherwise,” said White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
Karine Jean-Pierre says that the admin will be declassifying all of the records from the JFK assassination "except when the strongest possible reasons council otherwise."
Aka, the ones that show the CIA did it will not be released. pic.twitter.com/cS63RnDwpf
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) June 30, 2023
In other words, incriminating documents regarding culpability for John F. Kennedy's assassination will remain sealed.
Roger Stone revealed insight into the remaining classified documents from a conversation with President Trump.
Stone explained that legislation would allow the declassification of all JFK assassination files in 2017 unless the President of the United States filed an objection.
"What are you going to do about the JFK documents?" Stone said he asked Trump in 2017.
"What are you talking about?" Trump replied, according to Stone.
"Under the assassinations records law, all of this material is going to be made public unless you decide otherwise," Stone said.
"Why hasn't anyone brought this to my attention?" Trump reportedly asked.
Stone advised Trump to look into it before the release date and get back to him.
"You're absolutely right. This material is scheduled for declassification. They don't want me to release it," Trump reportedly told Stone.
By "they," we can likely infer it's the intelligence agencies who want the information indefinitely classified.
"What could possibly be their argument?" Stone asked.
"It will expose our sources and methods," 'they' reportedly said.
"Trump did release roughly 80% of the documents and we found out some shocking things," Stone said.
"For example, Lee Harvey Oswald had gotten a 1099 from the FBI. That's because he had been on their payroll. He was an informant. Lee Harvey Oswald had attended a foreign language school that is run by the Central Intelligence Agency in North Carolina. That's how he learned to speak Russian. We learned about President Lyndon Johnson's early membership in Texas in the Ku Klux Klan. That was among the documents that were included," Stone explained.
"Even he, Trump, held back 20% of the documents. When I had the occasion to ask him about that, I said 'why didn't you let it all it,'" Stone said.
"I can't tell you. It's so horrible. You wouldn't believe it. Someday you'll find out," Stone said Trump told him.
Why does Biden keep delaying their declassification? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/6ZjofvMlyI
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