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Robert Morrow: More re: The 1998 documentary “A Closer Look at LBJ” by Lyle Sardie is now up on YouTube!

The 1998 documentary “A Closer Look at LBJ” by Lyle Sardie is now up on YouTube! Very valuable rare footage and interviews of people linking Lyndon Johnson to the JFK assassination: Madeleine Brown, Billie Sol Estes and Doug Caddy.

1) https://tekgnosis.typepad.com/tekgnosis/2014/01/-a-closer-look-at-lbj-by-lyle-sardie-1998-rare-documentary-now-up-on-youtube.html 

2) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi4rX34lJLpqJvZYoXBZODw 

Lyndon Johnson was murdering people in Texas long before he got to JFK. LBJ murdered Sam Smithwick in prison in 1952. LBJ conspired with Billie Sol Estes and his top aide Cliff Carter to murder U.S. Agricultural official Henry Marshall in June, 1961.

Later on June 8, 1967, Lyndon Johnson conspired with Israel to murder everyone on the USS Liberty, sink the entire ship and attempt to blame the heinous crime on Egypt.

The depravity of Lyndon Johnson is vastly underestimated both in the mainstream media and in the JFK research community. Lucifer Before Jesus was the amoral equal to a Stalin, Hitler or a crazy 3rd world dictator, EXCEPT for the fact that from 1963-1969 Lyndon Johnson was the most powerful and most dangerous man in the world, at the helm of an atomic power.


Robert Morrow

Presidential historian and distinguished fellow at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Institute for the Study of Presidential Crime

The World’s Foremost Authority on the JFK Assassination

The top historian in the world on Lyndon Johnson

The greatest presidential historian in American history

Nation’s #1 opposition researcher on the Clintons

Up-and-coming scholar on the USS Liberty Murders

 A lot smarter than anyone who has ever written for Texas Monthly, Texas Tribune or the Washington Post

Austin, TX


October 3, 2021 in Books, Current Affairs, Film, History, Science | Permalink