Peaceful Transitions Of Power In The Democratic Party?

Both Richard Nixon and Texas Senator Yarborough hinted that they believed LBJ killed JFK.

Senator Yarborough was in the same car as LBJ, who apparently ducked before any shots were fired.


The person who stood between LBJ and the Democratic nomination in 1968, RFK, was also assassinated.

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49 Responses to Peaceful Transitions Of Power In The Democratic Party?

  1. The whole point about a Trump – is that when everyone else has laid all their highest cards and thinks they are about to win – a Trump, Trumps them all.

    And likewise with the climate scam. They thought they had their dollar bedded nests for life and there was nothing at all anyone of us could do about it …

  2. Windsong says:

    Despite the direct request of Chief Justice Earl Warren to Commission staff, Sen. Yarborough was never called to testify in person before the Warren Commission.

    About 12 years ago I attended an event where a co-worker introduced to me to his visiting father-in-law because he knew my interest in JFK related topics. He had been an NOPD officer in the 1960’s and was one of many assigned at various times to work in the office of DA Jim Garrison. (Similar to the role played by Wayne Knight in the 1991 movie, JFK.) Wished I could have spoken to him longer, but one thing stood out: he thought LBJ was the key to the puzzle.

    Nothing to see here; move along.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Roger Stone also believes LBJ had JFK killed.

      He wrote a book about it.

      The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The case against LBJ, by Roger Stone

      Stone was part of the Nixon admin. Stone worked for the administration in the Office of Economic Opportunity.

      The press and the left really hate Roger Stone BTW. I figure that is a good reason to at least listen to someone. {:>D

      • Jason Calley says:

        As the years go by I believe more and more that LBJ was a big part of the assassination. Certainly his conduct in Texas leads one to believe that he was capable of such a thing. Truth is, there were quite a few groups who all stood to profit from Kennedy’s death. No reason why it had to be a single group involved.

      • rw says:

        Nonsense. Read Ion Pacepa’s Disinformation to find out what really happened.

  3. Nicholas Schroeder says:

    Some times a cigar is just a cigar.

  4. Ken Lutich says:

    LBJ announced early in 1968, that he would not seek his party’s nomination. How could RFK possibly been in the way?

  5. Ken Lutich says:

    LBJ announced early in 1968, that he would not seek his party’s nomination. How could RFK have possibly been in the way?

  6. Eric Simpson says:

    Interesting. A sidepoint though, wasn’t RFK assassinated *after* LBJ had already withdrawn from the Dem primary in 1968?

    One thing is clear: JFK’s assassination was a huge benefit to the left, as it led to them gaining super-majorities in congress in 1964 and thus being able to pass a bunch of despicable legislation that changed the face of this country like the 1965 Immigration Act.

  7. R. Shearer says:

    That’s one reason why Obama likes HIS number 2 man.

  8. Steve Case says:

    LBJ was the worst president of all time.

    • Gail Combs says:

      I would say FDR, LBJ, Woodrow Wilson, Bill Clinton and Obummer are pretty much neck in neck. Let’s toss in Hillary just for Yucks.

      My hope is they will all resided in Dante’s Ninth Circle for the rest of eternity.

      • R. Shearer says:

        W and Carter, and Nixon too, have to be on that list.

      • Latitude says:


        Here’s a liberal media test… many people remember that Bill Clinton blew up the Chinese embassy?

      • RAH says:

        In my book LBJ and Obama are pretty much tied for #1 on that list. The Peanut farmer was just a nincompoop. FDR’s new deal would put him at the top if not for his excellent leadership during WW II which in my book makes up for a lot of sins. The rapist Clinton was still far better than the top two in many ways. Woodrow Wilson was a misguided left leaning academic who did some damage but still does not come close to the top two IMO.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Woodrow Wilson signed into being the Foreign controlled Central Bank that has been robbing the US citizen blind for the last 100 years AND provided the fiscal means for continuous war.

          The Fractional Reserve part of that 1913 act allowed the FED to steal American land, homes and businesses in exchange for a fraudulent contract in which NO CONSIDERATION (nothing of value) is received from the bank. In the case First National Bank of Montgomery vs. Daly (1969) Mr. Morgan, the bank’s president, admitted that the bank routinely created money “out of thin air” for its loans, and that this was standard banking practice. If a private person did this they would be up on charges of fraud.

          The 16th and 17th amendments also happened on Wilson’s watch although amendment proposals are not presented to the President for approval or veto.

          However I rate FDR the nastiest.

          It was FDR who agreed that the USA should lose its sovereignty in the 1930’s. (Pascal Lamy: Whither Globalization? in theglobalist)

          It was FDR that stole gold from citizens (by E.O.) and forced citizens to exchange it for worthless bank script. A bank script that FOREIGN BANKS could then use to extract that same gold from the USA.

          Remember, the powers WE the PEOPLE via the Constitution delegated to Congress, was to establish a monetary system based on gold & silver. Wilson and FDR GAVE that power to an unelected unaccountable foreign controlled Central Bank that since the Accord is not under the control of the USA AT ALL.

          Has the Federal Reserve Sold the Gold at Fort Knox?

          … I uncover a 1975 letter from the Washington DC director of the General Accounting Office. Quoting US Treasury sources, the GAO director pretty much comes out and says that there was almost no more “good delivery” gold left. This means that the gold that would be acceptable on international markets and have a purity of .995 or better was almost gone by the time Nixon closed the gold window. They knew that there was almost nothing left that was of a purity acceptable to foreign central banks….

          It was FDR’s New Deal and his bullying of the Supreme Court that change the entire shape of the US Federal government bring into being a completely Unconstitutional bureaucracy that now CREATES laws. Thanks to FDR’s threats to pack the Supreme Court they came up with the ridiculous interpretation of the ‘Commerce Clause’ that now allows the federal government to regulate the tomato grown on your back porch, what customer you are forced to do business with or the person you are forced to hire. Commerce Clause — Route to Omnipotent Government

          Between those two, the federal government was grown and taken over by unelected special interest groups who now run our lives with no input from We the People. All Obummer did was demonstrate to us how out of our control the federal government now is.

          • Allen Eltor says:

            F.D.R. is also the one who declared war on America’s

            BLACKS and
            MEXICANS and
            OTHER HISPANICS, s.p.e.c.i.f.i.c.a.l.l.y,

            by making POT ILLEGAL, ANOTHER Fed Gov’t Chemistry Scam.

            FDR is also the one who had the entire Pacific Fleet sunk in one fell swoop, at Pearl Harbor,

            when he SHOULD have had those ships out to sea, away from attack.

        • Latitude says:

          Clinton was still far better…
          …republican revolution….republicans controlled both houses

    • Bill Odom says:

      unless you count Carter and Obama

      • gator69 says:

        Wilson was the worst.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Yes Wilson was the worst. The beginning of the end of the USA was under his reign.

          1. Federal Reserve Act switched the USA from gold and silver to bank script managed by unelected ungoverned foreign interests.

          2. 16th amendment – “The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.” This allowed Congress the power of uncontrolled spending and uncontrolled growth. It also allowed Congress to have the power to blackmail the states by withholding federal funds. WORSE it ushered in the era of Pre-emptive intervention, where instead of the ‘isolationism’ recommended by George Washington, we have the bloodbaths of foreign government overthrows like the Clintons and Bushs presided over in the middle east.

          3. 17th amendment – “The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, elected by the people thereof, for six year…” Prior to that the States APPOINTED the senators to represent the interests of the STATES as sovereign entities within the republic. This removed any control the states might have over the federal government usurping the powers granted to the states or the people and not the federal government.

          FDR then implemented the changes that Wilson ushered in.

  9. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    I am pleased, both with Trump’s nominee to head the EPA and with his selection of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to drain the swamp around CDC and the pseudo-scientific medical community:

    If Trump continues to perform in this manner, a peaceful transition may be followed by a sudden emptying of pseudo-scientists from federal research agencies.

  10. Marty says:

    LBJ Mafia FBI CIA Prescott Bush et al all worked together to kill JFK.

    Not only had Kennedy foiled a Chiefs of staff plan to attach Americans to blame Cuba but the bay of pigs was also a rogue CIA Op, before nationalisation in Cuba US oil barons owned nearly half the country for oil prospecting, gained in dodgy deals with the former gov.

    Prescott Bush et al were not happy pappies. Plus the Mafia got a hit on JFK’s dad called off, the hit was put on by the Jewish mafia. In return JFK was meant to deliver for the Mafia but he didn’t.

    Pissed off the elites, the establishment, the military, the CIA, the FBI, the oil barons.

    When you think of it, even if that attempt failed, this lot were willing to do anything to kill him, JFK was a dead man walking.

  11. Gail Combs says:

    (The number is up to 49 now)

    EVERY SINGLE PERSON on the list of those who are Flipping a Finger against The Rule of Law in Our Country, and NOT attending the Inauguration of President TRUMP #45, was a SUPER DELEGATE who voted for HILLARY CLINTON:
    Raúl Grijalva AZ Rep.
    Barbara Lee CA Rep.
    Jared Huffman CA Rep.
    Judy Chu CA Rep.
    Lucille Roybal-Allard CA Rep.
    Mark DeSaulnier CA Rep.
    Mark Takano CA Rep.
    Maxine Waters CA Rep.
    Ted Lieu CA Rep.
    John Lewis GA Rep.
    Luis Gutiérrez IL Rep.
    John Yarmuth KY Rep.
    Katherine Clark MA Rep.
    John Conyers MI Rep.
    Keith Ellison MN Rep.
    William Lacy Clay, Jr. MO Rep.
    Bonnie Watson Coleman NJ Rep.
    Jerrold Nadler NY Rep.
    José E. Serrano NY Rep.
    Nydia Velázquez NY Rep.
    Yvette Clarke NY Rep.
    Marcia Fudge OH Rep.
    Earl Blumenauer OR Rep.
    Kurt Schrader OR Rep.
    Al Green TX Rep.
    Don Beyer VA Rep.
    Mark Pocan WI Rep.
    The only two exceptions are the newly elected:
    Adriano Espaillat NY Rep NEW-Replaced Rangel
    Pramila Jayapal WA Rep NEW-Replaced McDermott
    Their predecessors were SUPER DELEGATES who voted for Hillary. BTW, each of these two newbies made history as they were immigrants elected to Congress.,_2016

  12. Bruce says:

    LBJ killed JFK? I thought the Great Orange-faced One said Rafael Cruz did it? Are you saying he was lying about that, Tony? Fake news?

    Trumphumping is destroying this blog. SAD.

  13. Colorado Wellington says:

    Two Boulder women are making Pink Pussy hats to promote peaceful transition of power during a Women’s March on Denver. Journalists from the Daily Camera visited them to make a video of the production of the fashionable Pink Pussy hats. When they are not sewing together the halves of their Pink Pussy hats, the women are writing letters and making calls.

    They also hosted a party where 13 Pink Pussy hat makers made more than 110 Pink Pussy hats. The article doesn’t say how long it took them and I couldn’t calculate the average hourly output of the Pink Pussy hat makers but it doesn’t matter. They said it was a lot of fun.

    I like the look on the women’s faces as they are daringly holding up their Pink Pussy hats for the camera. It’s clear they are not ashamed at all. They are proud to show their Pink Pussy hats out of solidarity. You can get one of them or buy the photo. You can also track what each Pink Pussy hat is doing on social media through #pussyhatsboulder.

    The women didn’t disclose if they provide services like stitching up Pink Pussy hats torn during vigorous marching or if they plan to diversify into other Pink Pussy products like the mittens shown below.

  14. Gail Combs says:

    Now I have to clean my computer screen….


    Chad Pergram
    ✔ @ChadPergram

    Little known fact: Inauguration of the President is a Jt Session of Congress. Hse will formally gavel in. Senate will not prior to ceremony

    Comment: Ron says: “Trump should overturn Obamacare right there on the steps while all the dumbass democrats are hiding at Starbucks.”

    Oh, my think of all the bills that could get past right then and there with all the crybabies out playing hooky…

  15. Gail Combs says:

    At his first presser a few days ago, Trump rebuked CNN reporter Jim Acosta, calling CNN Fake News for the idiotic Russian-Trump report and refusing to answer his questions. Acosta then got loud and obnoxious. After the presser, Sean Spicer, Trump Press Secretary, warned Acosta that if he did not behave properly he would be removed in the future.

    So instead of apologizing CNN is now doubling down…

    CNN: Our Credibility Is ‘Higher Than Ever’

    “The perception of Donald Trump in capitals around the world is shaped, in many ways, by CNN. Continuing to have an adversarial relationship with that network is a mistake.” A wee bit of a threat there Jeffie?

    Unfortunately for CNN no one actually wants to listen to them. Ratings burn! Turns out folks prefer Home & Garden programing over CNN

    I sure hope Trump tosses CNN out of the White house and gives the spot to others instead. Actually it really does not matter if he tosses all but one after all. …Mason, a reporter at Reuters, has been emphasizing press corps “unity” in the six months he has been president…

    So why bother having more than one reporter. Let THEM draw straws or rotate or whatever. Then offer the freed up space to bloggers like Mike Cernovich, Jim Hoft, Bill Mitchell and the rest of the new media.
    Jim Hoft

  16. gator69 says:

    Did anyone else see the way Senator Markey was played by Pruitt in the hearings? It was brilliant! Markey asked Pruitt if he believes that climate change is a hoax, and Pruitt replied, “I do not believe climate change is a hoax”. Markey was so pleased with this immaterial answer that he had no further questions.

    Good God leftists are stupid! :lol:

    • Gail Combs says:

      Scott Pruitt is a lawyer….
      ‘nough said.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        It depends on what the meaning of “climate change” is. We assume it means climate change as it always did. They insist it means something else.

        • RAH says:

          That’s because the dumbasses have never bother to learn the climate has always been changing, just as the weather has always been in flux, ever since this planet has had an atmosphere.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Here’s the official definition of ‘Climate Change’:

          “Climate change” means a change of climate which is attributed directly or indirectly to human activity that alters the composition of the global atmosphere and which is in addition to natural climate variability observed over comparable time periods.

          That’s from the official UN Framework Convention on Climate Change ( or

          The term specifically excludes all natural climate change, and even excludes any caused by humans due to, for example, land clearance or city building, considering only atmospheric changes.

          Senator Markey got bit in the a$$ because he did not bother to define his terms.

          As Angelo M. Codevilla said in America’s Ruling Class — And the Perils of Revolution (2010) America’s Ruling Class has their own language.

          …Using the right words and avoiding the wrong ones when referring to such matters — speaking the “in” language — serves as a badge of identity. Regardless of what business or profession they are in, their road up included government channels and government money because, as government has grown, its boundary with the rest of American life has become indistinct. Many began their careers in government and leveraged their way into the private sector… Hence whether formally in government, out of it, or halfway, America’s ruling class speaks the language and has the tastes, habits, and tools of bureaucrats. It rules uneasily over the majority of Americans not oriented to government.

          The two classes have less in common culturally, dislike each other more, and embody ways of life more different from one another than did the 19th century’s Northerners and Southerners — nearly all of whom, as Lincoln reminded them, “prayed to the same God.”

          • gator69 says:

            “Climate change” means a change of climate which is attributed directly or indirectly to human activity that alters the composition of the global atmosphere and which is in addition to natural climate variability observed over comparable time periods.


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