posted on Jun, 1 2020 @ 07:21 AM
@1.36 it’s talking about the party held the night before JFKs assassination attended by the conspirators...
The narrator sites a witness, saying that to she said she bumped into LBJ (Vice Pres at the time) leaving as she entered and he was euphoric...
DEFINITION: adjective adjective: euphoric characterized by or feeling intense excitement and happiness. "a euphoric sense of freedom"
Then we hear from the witness, who says that LBJ was angry. That’s kinda the opposite to euphoric! Not trying to trip the narrator up on his
vocabulary, but it’s yet another alarm bell. Did he mistakingly use the wrong worked, or does this signal a misreading of events?
The witness goes iron to say quote LBJs words to her “After tomorrow those S.O.B.s will never embarrass me again. That’s no threat, that’s a
While it does suggest he knows that something will put him in a better position tomorrow, the first part could well be - in fact as shown it does
suggest he’s speaking about the SOBs in the party he just stormed out of in anger.
If he just heard that JFK is out of the picture tomorrow and he’ll be president he might be euphoric (if he’s a piece of s***) which is the point
the narrator is trying to manufacture. But it doesn’t make sense if as the witness says LBJ was angry as left the party.