White House AGAIN Postpones Disclosure Of JFK Assassination Documents, Citing COVID-19

(Washington, DC) — The White House says it will further postpone the release of more documents related to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy–furthering the mystery behind whatever is in the files. President Biden issued a memo that stated the COVID-19 pandemic is slowing down the redaction process. A national security spokesperson says Biden also directed the National Archives to develop a plan to digitize the full collection and allow the public to review them online. According to the White House, more than 90 percent of the records in the National Archives’ assassination collection have already been released with the rest of the information now set to be disclosed by the end of 2022.