Ex-Treasury Secretary Shot With JFK – Vast Criminality In US

Tuesday, November 19, 2013
By Paul Martin

November 19, 2013

Just days away from the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK, today top trends forecaster Gerald Celente told King World News about the astonishing meeting he had with former Secretary of the US Treasury and former Governor of Texas, John Connally, who was shot along with JFK as they road together in the limousine on that fateful day in Dallas in 1963. The former Treasury Secretary had requested the meeting with Celente, and as they met in Dallas, it was Connally’s first time going back to the Dealy Plaza, where the world’s most famous assassination took place. This is an absolutely blockbuster interview as Celente discusses what Connally said to him about the vast corruption in the United States, and what really took place on that day in 1963.

Eric King: “Gerald, I wanted to ask you about this meeting you had with John Connally, the Former US Treasury Secretary, and former Governor of Texas at the time of the JFK assassination. Can you talk about that?”

Celente: “Yes, of course Connally was sitting in front of JFK (at the time of the assassination), and he took a bullet in the back. In 1992 John Connally asked to meet me. This was two weeks before the 1992 presidential election. What happened, Eric, was in my book Trend Tracking, which I wrote in 1989, for some strange reason I identified Ross Perot because I was talking about how disgusted people were with the political system, and how there would be a new third party rising. And I nailed it long before anybody was even thinking about it.

So Connally wanted to meet me. I flew down to Dallas to have lunch with him on Sunday, October 25th. One of the people I was with had arranged for John Connally and his wife to go back to the (Texas School) Book Depository, and John Connally was going to tell us what happened that day….

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