‘If They’re Able To Keep Sh*t From Us’: Rogan Says JFK Files ‘Must Be Bad’

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Brianna Lyman News and Commentary Writer
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Podcaster Joe Rogan suggested the contents of the remaining un-released JFK Files “must be bad” if they can’t be made available to the public.

Comedian and former producer for “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Brian Redban, joined Rogan to discuss a host of topics such as former President Donald Trump and the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy. Redban brought up the recent release of the JFK Files.

“They just released all of those JFK documents, did anything come out of that?” Redban asked.

Rogan then suggested alleged shooter Lee Harvey Oswald was a “Russian asset” and was “honeypotted” by his wife.

“For anybody that thinks, in 2022, that you know what happened in 1963, you’re crazy,” Rogan said.

The pair then watched the recent monologue from Daily Caller co-founder and Fox News host Tucker Carlson in which Carlson said he received word from a credible, but unidentified source, that the CIA was involved in Kennedy’s assassination. (RELATED: ‘So Many People … Just Buy Into It’: Joe Rogan Praises Matt Walsh For His Takedown Of ‘Crazy’ Trans Activists)

“Bro. Jesus Christ,” Rogan said, before a producer noted to Rogan and Redband that not all of the documents related to the assassination have been released.

“I would definitely not let people read the ones that would be looking bad. That’s the only explanation. Why can’t we read them?” Rogan said. “They must be bad. They can’t be good.”

Redban then said if all the documents were released chaos would ensue.

“How will [the people] ever find out? If they’re able to keep shit from us, how will they ever find out? Even though there have been laws passed that they have to be released in 2017,” Rogan said.

President Joe Biden issued an executive order recently to authorize the full release of the documents related to Kennedy’s assassination that have been hidden for decades.

The 1992 John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act mandated all documents related to Kennedy’s murder be disclosed by 2017. Both former President Donald Trump and Biden have not fully complied. Trump released 2,800 of the 3,100 classified documents related to the assassination due to a national security concern while Biden issued a memorandum in 2001 directing an “intensive 1-year review” of the redactions.