Joyanna Adams

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Nobody Remembers the Dark Side of LBJ OR…How Long Has This Been Going On?

Nobody Remembers

We may all think that the Clintons are the biggest criminals ever to hold up in the White House, but will the crimes we have been hearing about for the last twenty years even make it into future American history books?LBJ 5

Probably not, if history is any indication. And don’t think the Clintons don’t know that.

Let’s take the usual history told of that good-old-boy Texan: LBJ. What do you hear of when you hear anything about LBJ? That he was a civil rights champion, and nobody helped the blacks more than he did, right? That he was a smart politician. And that he was the father of that wonderful New Deal.

Yes, we have LBJ to thank for the massive welfare state that morphed into the monstrosity that allows 49% of the working people to ‘support’ the other 51% of the people who don’t even pay taxes.

That’s not in the Constitution, but, LBJ, like all fellow democrats, are very good at spending other people’s money…if it’s gets them votes. And that’s why they don’t teach the Constitution much in school anymore.

But…before Bill and Hillary Clinton’s massive crimes, LBJ was setting them a fine blueprint to follow.

It wasn’t just Alinsky who knew how to “work the system.”

From A History of the American People, (P.870-871)LBJ and JFK 2

There was a dark side to Johnson. He was unscrupulous. In Texas politics, where he acted as a fund-raiser for FDR, he was closely linked to his contractor ally, Brown & Root, for which he had negotiated enormous government contracts to build the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station. The company illegally financed Johnsons’ unsuccessful 1941 Senate campaign, and from July 1942, IRS agents began to investigate both them and LBJ himself. They found overwhelming evidence not only of fraud and breaches of the Hatch Act in the use of campaign money, but of lawbreaking in many other aspects of Brown & Root’s business, including tax evasion of over $1 million. Both LBJ and Herman Brown, head of the firm who had begun life as a two-dollar-a-day rod carrier for a surveyor, could have gone to jail for many years. The investigation was derailed as a result of the direct intervention of FDR himself, January 13, 1944, and the matter ended with a simple fine: no indictment, no trail, and no publicity. After the LBJ was involved in various Texan political intrigues of a more or less unlawful nature and in building up a personal fortune (most of it in the name of his wife, the long-suffering ‘Lady Bird” Johnson) in radio-TV stations and land.LBJ 4

There was also the case of Robert G. (‘Bobby”) Baker, a gangling South Carolinian who had served Johnson as secretary and factotum in the years when he was Senate leader. Baker was known, on account of his power and influence, as “the hundred and first Senator,’ and LBJ said of him, fondly: “I have two daughters. If I had a son, this would be the boy…(He is) my strong right arm, the last man I see at night, the first one I see in the morning.” In the autumn of 1963 a private suit against Baker in a federal court, alleging that he had improperly used his influence in the Senate to obtain defense contracts for his own vending-machine firm, provoked a spite of similar accusation against his probity, and in a number of them LBJ was involved. The accusations were so serious that, just before his assassination, Kennedy was considering dropping LBJ from his 1964 ticket, even though he feared that to do so would imperil his chances of carrying Texas and Georgia. At Republican urging, the Senate agreed to investigate the case. But by the time LBJ was president and the full weight of his office was brought to bear to avoid the need for testimony either from Johnson himself or from his aide Walter Jenkins, who possessed a good deal of guilty knowledge. The Senate committee, on which Democrats outnumbered Republican six to three, voted solidly on party lines to protect the President.

So…who benefited the MOST from JFK’s death? LBJ

Where was he killed? (Texas) Who controlled Texas? (LBJ) LBJ 3

HOW many books have been written suggesting the obvious, the LBJ arranged it all?

Only few. and good luck finding them. .

Sadly, it’s not just the Clintons who are doing the “pay for play” it’s the whole damn Congress. Saudi Arabia has been spreading their millions to every man and women in the House and Senate.

Years from now, Hillary will be remembered as a champion of human AND woman’s rights. She will be said to have been the smartest women ever to hold office.

As for her crimes, Obama has protected her, just like FDR protected LBJ.

The powerful never go to jail.

So, what do you think the history books will say  if Hillary becomes President?

Will she order all books to erase all her many crimes? And will Bill Clinton be marked as just another ho-hum President, who was not NEAR as great as his wife?

Hillary will make sure of it.

It’s up to the American people to write their own history, and it starts with electing Donald Trump.

Let’s make Jefferson proud.

 

September 2, 2016 - Posted by | American History, Uncategorized | , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Hi Joyanna, Good post (per usual). 😉 Been clicking on links to your related posts this afternoon and ended up at: nobodysopinion.org/2013/11/18/jfk-just-because-they-write-our-history-doesnt-mean-we-have-to-believe-it/. [I commented there, then decided to put it here as well.]

    I went looking on line for that book by LBJ’s lawyer and it’s still in print (it was written in 2003 though, so only 10 years before you wrote that particular post): Blood, Money & Power: How L.B.J. Killed J.F.K. by Barr McClellan. My library even has a copy (and they’re famous for getting rid of decent books), so I may read it one of these days when I get through the pile beside my bed now. 😉 ~ Mrs. O

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    Comment by Mrs. O | September 2, 2016 | Reply

    • Well, how about that? I’ve forgotten half of the books that I have read in my life, and I’m so glad you found out the title. But I do remember the jest of that book, and it made a lot of sense…especially the ‘confessions’…mmmmm…. Thanks for reminding me Mrs. O. Keep on reading, and let me know if you find any more.:)

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      Comment by Joyanna Adams | September 3, 2016 | Reply


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