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Media shocked over Jackie Kennedy's view of MLK


MLK was a whore-monger, and a falling down drunk who’s antics and scandals were about to derail the civil rights movement. He even plagiarized his dissertation paper, however Boston University gave him a doctorate anyway.

The night he was killed, his Memphis police escort had been ordered to leave because King and his entourage had arranged for a bunch of prostitutes to spend the night with them. Only two groups of people knew where he was and could have tipped off the murderer. The FBI and King’s own entourage. His murder silenced a lot of scandals that were on the brink of becoming major news. Following his murder, his family successfully got his FBI file sealed until 2027 and the media went to work transforming him into a saint.

This report by ABC national news is one of the first reports to display some honest depictions of MLK in probably decades.

From ABC National News…

Speaking in the months after her husband’s assassination, Jacqueline Kennedy was so upset with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. that she told a friend and interviewer that she could barely look at images of him.

“I just can’t see a picture of Martin Luther King without thinking, you know, that man’s terrible,” Mrs. Kennedy said, as part of an oral history series of interviews released this month.

The widowed first lady soured on King as a result of secret wiretaps arranged by FBI director J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover had told President Kennedy that King tried to arrange a sex party while in town for the March on Washington, and told Robert Kennedy that King had made derogatory comments during the president’s funeral, Mrs. Kennedy recalled.

Mrs. Kennedy said Robert Kennedy told her he had heard FBI wiretaps in which he said that King had made derogatory comments in private about Cardinal Richard Cushing, who delivered President Kennedy’s eulogy at his November 1963 funeral.

Mrs. Kennedy says Bobby told her “He made fun of Cardinal Cushing and said that he was drunk at it. And things about they almost dropped the coffin and — well, I mean Martin Luther King is really a tricky person,” Mrs. Kennedy said.

She also said that the president himself told her about surveillance suggesting that King sought to organize a sex party while in town for the March on Washington in August 1963.

“He told me of a tape that the FBI had of Martin Luther King when he was here for the freedom march. And he said this with no bitterness or anything, how he was calling up all these girls and arranging for a party of men and women, I mean, sort of an orgy in the hotel, and everything,” she said.