By Roger Stone
Bryan Cranston’s performance in All The Way, the HBO adaption of the Broadway hit about President Lyndon Johnson is masterful, catching Johnson’s political acumen and strong-arm tactics and guile. Cranston told the New York Times Review of Books that my New York Times Bestseller, The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ was one of the books he wanted to read in preparation for the role. I gladly sent him a book.
In "The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ", I operate on the theory that Cui Bono – he who benefits must be examined - I use fingerprint evidence , eyewitness evidence and deep Texas politics to tie a hit man employed by Johnson to the Kennedy murder. I also reveal Johnson's role in other murders to cover-up his stunning greed and corruption. I also expose the crude, bigoted, explosive, ruthless, ambitious,sadistic, greedy,paranoid, pill-popping , drunk, womanizer and liar they called 'Lyin' Lyndon"
"All The Way", joins Bill O’Reilly’s "Killing Kennedy" in missing the many compelling facts that show LBJ killed JFK. Order "The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ" Now.