Alec Baldwin freaks out about ‘wholesale secret government’: ‘Who killed JFK?’

Um …

Just in case you weren’t sure Alec Baldwin had completely lost it, behold his tin foil meltdown:


Reminder: This crackpot has said he wants to run for mayor of New York City.

Oh, and Alec? JFK died in November, not April.

  • Jimni27

    I am A.B. and I approve of this message.

  • TugboatPhil

    Alec, if the gubmint is the problem, and it’s the one with cancer, why do you support those who want it larger and more cancerous? I mean, besides the obvious reason that you are an unhinged maniac.

    • Clayton Grant

      Phil … been wondering about the D. Are you a recovering Democrat or just taking the piss out of them?

      • TugboatPhil

        It was something that started a few months ago. You know how Ds get a free pass on whatever they say in public? Some conservative tweeters and commenters started putting a D after their names as kind of an immunization for saying what they want.

        Obamaville is my precinct.

        • Clayton Grant

          ahhh … innoculation. If only there was a real vaccine. Thanx!

          • IceColdTroll

            And if only the CDC and the Jimmy Fund could eradicate it like polio!

    • Jd1367

      Common mistake: trying to frame a liberal argument in logic

  • Scott Carroll

    Alec, sheesh I would really rather share this with you via Twitter Direct Message, but you don’t follow me on Twitter……come to think of it I don’t follow you either so I’m not sure how we could work out the whole DM thing, but I digress.

    I have it on very good authority that John Kennedy was killed by a disaffected communist loner acting on his own. Now this is something the government is trying to keep hidden, but they have forensics, fingerprints, ballistics, murder weapon, motive, and opportunity linking this person of interest to the assassination.

    You are on the right track by raising questions about the murder of JFK Alec. The government has been hiding the truth about this assassination for 60 years. They even used that stooge Oliver Stone to push the official government line. Back and to the left my ass. I have secret government documents on the assassination called “newspapers” naming the suspect as one Lee Harvey Oswald. I am putting my life at great risk just by posting this Alec. Be careful in your search for the truth buddy.

    • Miss Clairee

      Drones are probably hovering your house as we speak. Scott, if we don’t ever hear from you again…….it’s been nice knowing you via Twitchy!

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  • HannahJK

    Patience Alec, CNN’s sources say they have a suspect :)

    • Miss Clairee

      More importantly, who killed the last few remaining viable cells in Alec’s brain?

      • R.C.

        Grey Goose.

  • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

    .@ABFalecbaldwin You’ll have to wait until 2026, like the rest of us, to be able to see what was in the Warren Commission. Derpa.

    • $29561723

      Obama will still probably be president at that point, so don’t count on it. I think he’s going to concentrate on repealing a different amendment.

      • rinodino

        At least you guys know you won’t be in power ….acceptance is the final step …. Good for you

        • IceColdTroll

          Well, we’d rather be right than in power. Unlike some who believe in power at any price.

          It’s something called “principle.”

      • Hiraghm

        Why repeal an amendment when you can simply ignore the Constitution?
        Article 2, section 1, clause 5.
        His birth certificate says his dad was a British subject, making him a citizen, but not “natural born”, and therefore ineligible to hold the office.

        And, yet… he does, unchallenged.

        How can there be a term limit on someone holding an office he’s not to hold to begin with?

  • $30423294

    Teachable moment.

    Kennedy was killed by an avowed marxist and communist sympathizer named Lee Harvey Oswald. This man would have been right at home in today’s democrat party’s Occupy movement.

    Beginning a few hours after the assassination, high ranking democrats including Jackie Kennedy, Chief Justice Earl Warren, and the editorial board of the New York Times specifically blamed “right wing bigots” for Kennedy’s death, knowing full well the murderer was an avowed marxist and communist.

    The cognitive dissonance couldn’t be sustained for long, so they spun conspiracy theories.

    The democrat party learned in the JFK case that they can successfully take any event that involves human/animal passions, and they channel this animal passion against their political enemies with total disregard for the truth.

    They did it with Gabby Giffords, they did it with Newtown, they did it with Katrina and Sandy, they did it with the Boston bombing, they are doing it today with the Texas explosion.

    These people in the democrat party have no consciences. They are immoral.

    • Ntr

      And this, people, is why the hate-driven DemoKKKratic party needs to go. Their ‘policy’ has been nothing more than being about sowing division…whether it is manipulation in the media or propping up the KKK, purposefully creating economic strife in our major cities, and being anti-civil rights well into the 1970s.

    • TraderBill

      Oswald also attempted to assassinate Gen. Edwin Walker by firing a round at him through the window of his Dallas home, using the same rifle that later ballistics tests matched to the one that was used to shoot JFK. Oswald was not a right-winger, otherwise he would not have targeted Walker. But this information is too inconvenient for the JFK conspiracy crowd.

  • waltermitty2012

    Alex, meet Jesse Ventura. Jesse, meet Alex. You guys have a lot in common.

  • arttie

    Damn, this is what happens when you hit your head doing repeated takes on the baggage carousel.

  • $29561723

    so the government is a cancer, and the solution is: more cancer? Huh?

    Alec, Hi, it’s Randy Quaid calling. Please join me in CAnada in my Aluminum Bubble House.

  • fernmayo13

    Baldwin is correct. The rifle Oswald used was a POS Italian model. We’re supposed to believe he fired THREE shots in 8.3 seconds? Expert marksmen have demonstrated over and over again that it’s not physically possible to fire three simultaneous shots in 8.3 seconds from that particular rifle. Army records also show that Oswald was a very poor marksmen. I mean even the Italian company that made the rifle says it’s impossible to load and fire three shots from that model rifle in less than 19 seconds. And the company wasn’t even aiming at a moving target when they performed the tests.

    Oswald was one of three shooters. There was a second shooter in the grassy knoll, and a third in the Dal-Tex building. It’s a classic military formation. One shooter from behind (Dal-Tex building), another to the left (grassy knoll), and another on the right (Book depository building).

    • TocksNedlog

      Aww, how cute! Tinfoil Hat Cat has learned how to type.

      • fernmayo13

        Just stating facts. Care to refute any of them?

        • divingpetrel

          Your “facts” are easily refuted. 1. The rifle Oswald used was not a “POS” Italian model. While it was used, it was the standard M91 Carcano rifle firing the 6.5 mm cartridge that served the Italian army from the 1890’s through WWII. Hardly an accomplishment that would be expected if the rifle was as poorly designed as as the conspiracy theorists claim. 2. Accuracy of the type that Oswald achieved has been reproduced while firing three shots in 6.5 seconds by researchers using the same type of rifle that Oswald used. It is achievable by anyone who has practiced with the rifle considerably as Oswald did well before the shooting. 3. Army records did not show diddly-squat regarding Oswald’s marksmanship, however Marine Corps records (you can’t even get his branch of service right) show that Oswald was a proficient marksman scoring 49 out of 50 hits on a head & upper-body target from a sitting position at 200 yards (more than twice the distance and without a telescope). 4. Oswald’s rifle used a clip and thus Oswald would not have had to load each individual round by hand. 5. An accomplished shooter would have no problem tracking a moving target and that has been confirmed by researchers. Being that at the point that Oswald started shooting Kennedy’s vehicle was traveling away from Oswald and slightly downhill, the changes in aiming position were extremely minor posing no challenge to a marksman. 6. There has never been any proof found of any other shooters anywhere other than in the fevered imaginations of the conspiracy theorists. Had there been a shooter on the grassy knoll, all of the bystanders who were between the grassy knoll and the Presidential motorcade would definitely noticed a the shot from a rifle pointed in their direction (I do not know if you have ever fired a rifle, but they are quite loud) whereas witnesses who were watching the motorcade from the school book depository heard the shot from the floors above them. Another argument against Oswald being part of a government-backed team is the question of why would Oswald have had to provide his own weapon when a higher quality weapon could easily have been provided (say a 30-06 hunting rifle).

          An excellent book on this subject is “Kennedy and Lincoln, Medical & Ballistic Comparisons of their Assassinations” by Dr. John Lattimer (probably the most recognized authority on the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations)

          (Edited to remove doubly pasted sentence)

          • IceColdTroll

            LOL, well of course =Army= records show Oswald was a lousy shot!
            “Yup, never even hit the paper!”

            PS — Mythbusters showed that IS possible to fire the shots and all else. Nitwit there doesn’t even understand it’s impossible to prove a negative.

          • divingpetrel

            What really amazed me was the weakness of their arguments and their ignorance about guns. For example – the rifle was a POS because it was 23 years old only cost $20.00. I have a 7.63mm Carcano that would be even older than Oswald’s weapon, and while I cannot remember what it cost (less than $100), it shoots beautifully (though rarely with military ammo being $18.00 a box (several years ago) and no commercial ammo available). And what was that whole bit about “open and close the barrel”? It is obvious that most of these people are simply regurgitating whatever desperate claims the conspiracy theorists throw out. I had my conversion (after being convinced in my younger years that there was a conspiracy) after I found a copy of the Warren Commission Report at a used book sale and discovered that it disproved some of the claimed evidence for a conspiracy that was still going around in the 70’s. When I obtained Lattimer’s book, it removed all doubt in my mind as it covered not only the events of the time leading up to and immediately following the assassination as well as the murder of Oswald, but also addresses some of the supposed discrepancies in the Warren Commission Report and several of the arguments that had bee put forth by the conspiracy-minded up to that time.

          • fernmayo13

            1. The rifle stopped being manufactured in 1940. It was 23 years old. He bought it for $19.95.

            2. FBI rifleman and ballistics expert Robert Frazier admitted in 1969 during the Clay Shaw trial that no FBI reenactment had duplicated Oswald’s alleged performance. Monty Lutz, an expert rifleman and ballistics expert who served on the firearms panel of the House Select Committee on Assassinations, conceded during a 1986 mock Oswald trial that to his knowledge no marksman had duplicated Oswald’s supposed shooting feat.

            3. In the late 1950s, US Marines were categorised at three levels of shooting ability, according to the scores they achieved at a standardised test of their accuracy:

            Expert: a score of 220 to 250.

            Sharpshooter: 210 to 219.

            Marksman: 190 to 209.

            In May 1959, he scored 191: one mark above the minimum for a ‘marksman’.

            He was a POOR shot.

            4. The Carcano was a bolt-action rifle with a two-stage trigger action. Of course it had a clip. But he still had to open and close the barrel after each shot.

            5. I’ve proven to you that he wasn’t an accomplished shooter. Even if he had been an EXPERT marksman, it wouldn’t have been possible to fire off three rounds in the time that the Warren Commission said he did.

            6. The easiest shot for Oswald would have been when the Kennedy motorcade came slowly down Houston Street going directly towards TSBD. This gave Oswald a clear downward shot at the president, at point blank range.

            There were over 50 witnesses who testified at the Warren Commission Hearings that they heard shots come from the Grassy Knoll. Two of those witnesses were Kenneth O’Donnell and David Powers, two men on Kennedy’s staff who were behind his limousine.


            But the best known evidence of shooting from somewhere other than the TSBD is the motion of Kennedy’s head in reaction to the fatal shot… back and to the left. That shot could’ve only came from the Grassy Knoll.

            And no i’m not an Alex Jones crackpot. I’m just one of the 70% who don’t believe Oswald acted alone.


          • divingpetrel

            1. twenty-three years old does not necessarily mean anything regarding the usefulness of the weapon. Plenty of people own and routinely use weapons far older than that and can still hit the target quite well. Price is also meaningless being that even into the 70’s many WWII era rifles were on the market which kept prices down.

            2. Doctor Lattimer, in his 1980 book stated that not only he, but also his sons achieved the feat of firing three rounds in just over six seconds and achieving groups tight enough to achieve what Oswald did. Dr. Lattimer and his sons also spent considerable time practicing operating the action of the weapon which Oswald also did and presumably the FBI and Mr. Lutz did not.

            3. His total score in the Marine Corps marksmanship training is irrelevant as it also includes the off-hand (standing) position which I can say from experience can quickly bring down your total score. He was quite proficient in the sitting position which he used in Dallas.

            4. I am quite aware that he had to operate the bolt after each shot, but with practice this can be accomplished quite rapidly as can be seen in any WWI or WWII footage of soldiers rapid-firing bolt-action rifles. It is not that difficult.

            5. It is possible and has been accomplished.

            6. The easiest shot would not have been as Kennedy was passing Oswald as his motion relative to the shooter would have been much greater and Kennedy would have presented a smaller target. Once Kennedy passed, his relative motion to the shooter would have decreased and he would have presented a larger target. You can easily see this by standing out on any street and watching vehicles pass.

            7. Had there been rifle shots fired from the grassy knoll, there would have been very pronounced and visible reactions in the bystanders that would have been standing in front of that supposed firing position. I do not know if you have ever been in front of a rifle as it is fired (and neither have I) but I do know that any rifle firing a decently powerful cartridge is quite loud. Such an unexpected blast from behind the bystanders would have definitely elicited much more reaction than is evidenced.

            8. The motion of Kennedy’s head after the shot has been shown to be a result of a “jet-recoil” effect. When the bullet entered Kennedy’s head it created a small entrance wound. The bullet then fragment after contact with the bones of the skull and proceeded through Kennedy’s brain essentially liquifying the tissue. Upon leaving the skull, the fragments blew out a large fragment of skull and the liquified brain tissue exited mostly through that same hole pushing Kennedy’s head backward. This effect has been reproduced and photographed by Dr. Lattimer using human skulls filled with simulated brain tissue several times. Also, a shot that hit Kennedy in the head from the front would not have blown out the front of his skull. Rather the entrance would in the front would have been small and the back of his skull would have been blown out. That is how bullets really work as opposed to Hollywood’s imagination.

    • IceColdTroll

      No . . . no . . . . please — just stop.

    • Tyrconnell

      Army records shouldn’t show jack about the Marine Marksman Lee Harvey Oswald, whoopsy.

      And it’s funny, with a round in the spout, I was able to fire 3 rounds in 8 seconds with what was the M91/38 rifle.

    • Hiraghm

      You can’t fire 3 simultaneous shots in 8.3 seconds from *any* production rifle. Maybe a custom rifle with 3 barrels… but then you come across the impossibility of firing simultaneous shots over a period of 8.3 seconds…

      In the words of Professor Farnsworth… “say whaa?”

  • PeterP

    “The American government has cancer; an aggressive, deadly and potentially lethal form of cancer. Not the people. Not the economy. The govt.” Yet you want to give this cancerous government more money!!!! That’s Beetlejuice brilliant.

  • MoJoGrande

    It was a confused mentally unstable man, just like you, Alec. You could have been best buds.

  • © Sponge

    Cut him some slack. When you spend most of your adult life with “handlers” blowing smoke up your ass telling you how everything you say is the most awesome thing ever, you tend to believe your own BS. He’s just displaying it publicly.

  • Bumr50

    He just can’t figure out why gun control legislation didn’t pass when EVERYBODY he “knows” thinks that the Second Amendment is “silly” and “outdated.”

    There must be a conspiracy afoot!

  • Jim Harvey

    Watch those fat fingers Baldwin, Years and Treats are so close together on that keyboard.

  • Cy

    A liberal blaming government for something? Wow, he really did go crazy.

    • John (it true me am)

      It’s that whole left wing lack of self awareness thing. All the liberal self proclaimed anarchists who just want more government and vote Democrat in OWS, etc.

  • Right Wired

    Well, using liberal logic, the Book Depository is to blame.

    • JustLikeAnimals

      We should ban books.

      • Miss Clairee

        Nah, the liberal left just rewrites the history books, so no ban needed!

        • JustLikeAnimals

          Yeah, but if we could borrow the DeLoren and go back in time and ban books, there would be no need for a book depository, so JFK would have been assassinated. Damn those books!

      • IceColdTroll

        At least high-capacity bookshelves!

  • JustLikeAnimals

    Alec needs to take off the foil hat and get back on his meds.

  • Ntr

    This is just Alec Baldwin’s way of trying to blame the right for his assassination. It’s something else the liberals want to rewrite since Lee Harvey Oswald was a self-declared Marxist. If there is any conspiracy surrounding his death it is the ‘cancer’ of the left itself that has infected our government not long after his death. They weren’t fans of JFK bravely standing up to the Soviet Union. Soviet Union was who many American leftists were supporters of, including Oswald who, as we know, visited the country.

    • Hiraghm

      As did Bill Clinton

  • eltoro

    I have absolutely nothing kind to say about anyone who messed up a relationship with Kim Bassinger

  • IceColdTroll

    Who killed JFK?
    I, said the Sparrow,
    with my bow and arrow,
    I killed JFK.

    • John (it true me am)

      No, I killed JFK! … wait, was this one of those I’m Spartacus moments where 10 other people are going to say it as well or am I now on the hook for murder?

  • IceColdTroll

    Sa-ay . . . .has anyone ever seen Alec Baldwin and Alex Jones together . . .?

  • socalcon

    Bejeezus, it’s Novemebr already? I’m behind in my Christmas shopping.

  • Evil Otto

    Milhouse:The Rand Corporation, in conjunction with the saucer people.

    Bart: Thank You!

    Milhouse: Under the supervision of the reverse vampires, eliminated JFK. We’re through the looking glass here, people.

  • Gregg Hammerquist

    Who killed JFK? How about we worry about what happened at Benghazi? Little more relevant at this point.

  • tops116

    Times like this ya have to congratulate Kim Basinger for getting out… and criticize her for hooking up with that tub of lard in the first place.

  • $86054967

    Back & to the left, back & to the left.

  • mmaier2112

    If you really believe the government’s fantasy explanation regarding JFK, you are a blind moron and a total waste of oxygen.

    • Hiraghm

      I don’t care, so long as he’s still dead.

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  • Stan

    Baldwin is really freaking out over his career sliding into oblivion. He probably thinks the Tea Party was to blame for JFK, but that’s Hollywood.

  • Bill Board

    Baldwin IS a freak..

  • Hiraghm

    According to leftist logic regarding firearms…

    It was the gun that killed JFK.