James Fulford writes:
But Oswald wasn’t alone—thousands of Leftists shared his anti-American ideals. And there was, in fact, an International Communist Conspiracy, headed by the former Soviet Union, even if it did not authorize his shooting. (…)
The MSM had placed perpetrators into a kind of “protective verbal custody” in which their race, immigration status, Muslim religion, or support for the International Communist Conspiracy can’t be mentioned.
(Of course, this doesn’t apply any white community that can conceivably be accused of “hate”—fifty years after Oswald, the New York Times was still blaming the city of Dallas for hating Kennedy).
This concept of “protective verbal custody” I owe to Professor Stephen Cox, who wrote this in Liberty Magazine over 20 years ago:
“…tell me if you ever hear any television or radio announcer refer matter-of-factly to “President Kennedy, who was assassinated in Dallas in 1963 by a Communist gunman.” Then I`ll know that American Communism is no longer in protective verbal custody.