Source:The Lip TV– Frank Sinatra and JFK.
“Assassination of John F. Kennedy, mortal shooting of John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, as he rode in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. His accused killer was Lee Harvey Oswald, a former U.S. Marine who had embraced Marxism and defected for a time to the Soviet Union. Oswald never stood trial for murder, because, while being transferred after having been taken into custody, he was shot and killed by Jack Ruby, a distraught Dallas nightclub owner.”
“Sam Giancana-one of the heads of the mafia-was connected closely to Frank Sinatra and JFK, and we discuss the link that led to the president’s assassination with Momo: The Sam Giancana Story director Dimitri Logothetis in this BYOD clip. Featuring footage from the fascinating documentary about Giancana and the far-reaching influence of the mobster, Logothetis opens a lot of eyes here.”
From The Lip TV
Without Joe Kennedy’s Italian Mafia connections with people like Sam Giancana, would Jack Kennedy ever become President of the United States? I’m guessing not, at least not when he did and had he not of won the presidency in 1960. h
Without his father’s Italian mob connections, perhaps JFK’s life gets extended and maybe he becomes a solid U.S. Senator, breaks away from his father Joe and builds his own professional reputation as a smart, tough, effective politician, and a good public servant, with a solid record in Congress.
Maybe JFK becomes Governor of Massachusetts later on and wins the presidency in 1968 or perhaps 72 without the help of his father. Pure speculation of course on my part.
It wasn’t Jack Kennedy calling up the Italian Mafia and their leaders and saying: “Hey, can you help me out here, I don’t think I can beat Dick Nixon by myself in Illinois and perhaps not New York Either?” Joe SR. the Kennedy’s father was doing that and perhaps putting it in the same away: “Hey Sam, I don’t think my son Jack can beat Dick Nixon in Illinois by himself. Anything you could do for us in Chicago especially, would be very appreciative.”
What happened in 1960 is that Kennedy’s used Italian mobsters and friends of Italian mobsters like Frank Sinatra, to help out Jack and then they abandoned the mob when they came to office.
One of the reasons why the Italian Mafia hated the Kennedy’s, Joe, Jack and Bobby, was because without them, JFK probably doesn’t become President in 1960. They felt the Kennedy’s owed them and what the Kennedy Administration did instead was not just drop them like a sack of bricks, but went further than that and went after them. Attorney General Bob Kennedy launched a huge campaign against organized crime in America, including the Italian Mafia. And Sam Giancana was one of their big targets at the Justice Department. And as a result the Kennedy’s created a lot of new enemies for themselves.
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