Smoking Gun Of Incompetence At The Warren Commission

“Jerry Ford can’t fart and chew gum at the same time”

  • Lyndon Baines Johnson

I’ve been looking at news reports from 1963 and 1964 and found a smoking gun that the Warren report is garbage.

The grassy knoll is located on the north side of the motorcade, to the right of the motorcade. The White House reported immediately after the shooting that JFK was shot in the right temple. Just before police officers “raced up the grassy knoll.”

“The assassin or assassins were believed to have been standing on a high point of ground that overlooks the Triple Underpass Road”

22 Nov 1963, Page 1 – Battle Creek Enquirer at

That high point is the grassy knoll, on the north (right) side of the motorcade.

Now look at the fakery in the Warren Commission Report. They ignored many eyewitness reports and the police racing up the grassy knoll (north) and instead relied on two policeman from the railroad bridge which was to the west.

The commission conceded that “many people near the depository” believed shots had come from a railroad bridge or an adjoining area ahead of the President’s car.

TimesMachine: September 28, 1964 –

Witnesses (including police) believed the shot came from the grassy knoll on the north, not the railroad bridge to the west. The Warren Report is the same sort of fake science which I debunk here every day. They debunked a straw man argument, and ignored the actual actual eyewitness reports.

The kill shot came from the front right side, and the momentum of the bullet knocked his head back and to the left, just as the White House reported on November 22, 1963. As an engineer, I accept the laws of physics – like conservation of momentum. Jerry Ford not so much.

The front of JFK’s head exploded outwards on impact, and a luminescent white circle appeared on the right side his skull which was persistent for the next 30+ frames.

Disclaimer for morons. This is not “conspiracy theory.” It isn’t theory at all. This is what the JFK White House reported on November 22, 1963, and what the evidence clearly shows.

“Jerry Ford is a nice guy, but he played too much football with his helmet off.”

  • Lyndon Baines Johnson

via The Deplorable Climate Science Blog

November 23, 2017 at 04:03AM

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