Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, and John F. Kennedy, What Do They all Have in Common?

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Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, and John F. Kennedy, what do they all have in common? They stood for freedom and civil rights. There are many similarities between the cases, but are they all just a coincidence? I do not think so. There are several conspiracy theories regarding JFK's assassination, such as "LBJ had it done", "the military industrial complex did it", "the mob did it", "Oswald did it on his own as part of an unknown conspiracy", and "the CIA did it". No one knows the truth, and if they do, they are not talking or were already killed, but I do agree with one of these. One could say I am a conspiracy theorist in this case.
As far as "LBJ had it done", once someone actually researches this, it is clear that it cannot be true. People have claimed that the night before the assassination, LBJ attended a party. These statements are based off of comments made by Madeleine Brown, who claimed to have had an affair with Johnson: she says that he whispered into her ear that the Kennedy's would never embarrass him again after the next day, but Brown has been described as a "crackpot" and cannot necessarily be believed. It has also been proven that LBJ was not at the party.
"The military industrial complex did it" came about because people were saying that the troops were wanting to put themselves into Vietnam, but that Kennedy was wanting to pull them out, however, this is not correct. Kennedy talked about resolving the problem of the war, but never said he was going to pull them out of Vietnam.
As for "the mob did it", there is no way to be sure, especially since a few different mob names have been brought up independently, such as the Chicago mob, the Miami mob, and the New Orleans mob. It is all hearsay.
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...gman TV Footage, The Dorman Movie, and The Robert Hughes Movie. Obviously, the question is WHY? If there is nothing to hide, then why?
Kennedy's assassination was the globalists' plan to conquer and take over the country and get rid of anyone who stood in their way which in my opinion, included Abe Lincoln, Martin Luther King, and John F. Kennedy. They all stood for peace, for civil rights, and for freedom, which is not what the government wanted because they would not be in control. The Bill of Rights seems to be null and void, and the talk of these presidents' assassinations seems to stay just that- talk with no action. We may never know the truth behind these assassinations, but I think it is safe to say that with all of the evidence leading to no lone-shooter, there are still some secrets out there that the government has yet to find- or at least yet to reveal.

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