JFK Told His Wife Not To Worry About Being Shot With A Rifle The Morning Before He Was

The president verbally predicted his own death on the morning of his assassination.

“We’re heading into nut country today,” President John F. Kennedy said to his wife on the morning of November 22, 1963, in the third year of his presidency, as he showed her an ad that the John Birch Society had placed in the Dallas Morning News, indicating that the Kennedys were pro-communist.

He then stated: “But, Jackie, if somebody wants to shoot me from a window with a rifle, nobody can stop it, so why worry about it?”

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  1. That’s because it was an inside job

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  2. JFK should have acted on his premonition and called in sick that day.

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    • You Stated — “JFK should have acted on his premonition and called in sick that day.”

      My Response — Agreed but I would also add that one shouldn’t speak such things into their life.

      If you have that feeling speak positive and cancel the tour.

      It reminds me of Mark Twain’s death

      Just a Thought


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