Before the age of fake news and spin stories, there were true leaders on both sides of the aisle. Men and women wanted nothing more than to watch America succeed, even if it meant they didn’t. Before the Democrats were blinded with power and hung on the stumbling word of Joe Biden, there was a single man who dared to dream we, as a nation, could place a man on the moon. In his famous speech, President John F. Kennedy did want Biden could never – unite America. But sadly, on November 22, 1963, JFK was assassinated, leading to decades of classified documents, wild conspiracy theories, and the belief that the man behind the shot was more than just a patsy. But the world may never know the truth as Biden recently delayed releasing crucial files on the case.
Making his announcement on Friday, President Biden believed that the general public didn’t need a speech, so instead, he sent a memo saying the files surrounding Kennedy’s assassination wouldn’t be released until next December. Even then, they might not be released again as Biden could simply make up another excuse. For now, he is sticking with COVID-19.
That’s right, Biden’s hilarious memo claims that due to COVID-19, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and the National Archivist have been affected by the pandemic. Due to COVID-19, the Biden administration can’t determine if releasing the files would further the flames in the conspiracy world and would somehow impact national security. With words like national security being thrown around, Biden’s memo has left some wondering just what the government is keeping a secret.
Having to make yet another tough, wrong decision, Biden wrote, “temporary continued postponement is necessary to protect against identifiable harm to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, or the conduct of foreign relations.”