All this talk of the Russians affecting the U.S. election, and now this: Russia may have been involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. And, no, this is not a story just for the National Enquirer.
History, the television channel, has new evidence KGB operatives met with Kennedy's killer about eight weeks before the assassination. For the first time on camera, the KGB operative relates how he met with Lee Harvey Oswald.
That's a KGB agent, no less, saying the KGB met with Oswald. If I understand it correctly, the agent, himself is the one who met with him. I'm surprised the agent is still alive. We are coming up on the 100th anniversary of Kennedy's birth (May 29). He was murdered Nov. 22, 1963. That's almost 54 years ago.
With our intelligence community looking into Russian influence in our elections, and with some talk suggesting they might have been doing this before 2016, we should wonder if their influence on who occupies the White House goes back more than half a century.
I wonder if our intelligence community should be looking into this, anew, as part of the current investigation. Just how far back does the Russian influence go?