Conspiracies Are Real! Pat Thurston Explains Why

FILE – In this July 10, 1960, file photo, Sen. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts gestures during his meeting with California Gov. Edmund G. (Pat) Brown in Los Angeles. Former California Gov. Jerry Brown wants to know who is trying to sell his father’s memorabilia related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Private letters and other items that had belonged to Edmund G. “Pat” Brown when he was California governor are being offered by the auction house Sotheby’s, which estimates the value at $20,000 to $30,000. (AP Photo, File)

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On this week’s episode, Pat Thurston discusses the history of criminal conspiracies, including the assassinations of Presidents Lincoln and Kennedy.

Listen below to hear Pat explain why it’s better to tell the truth because, “After all, it is the cover up that leads people to believe in the bizarre and reject truth.”

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