Never Taught THAT in School…

Written by Scott

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We are so accustomed to conspiracy theories that we tend to discredit them without even examining the facts. Between that dismissive attitude and the revisionist history of our public schools, we miss the possibility of the larger picture.

Take William H. Seward, for example. Few of us can recall the name, let alone who he was. He was Governor of New York, a United States Senator and the United States Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln. Big deal, right?

Well that’s where it gets interesting. The very same night Lincoln was assassinated, there was an attempted assassination of Mr. Seward. By an associate of–you guessed it–John Wilkes Booth. His name was Lewis Powell. He and three other conspirators were tried and executed about three months later.

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