Executive Order 11110 was signed by President Kennedy on June 4, 1963. This was a minor, procedural change to Executive Order 10289, which was signed by President Truman on September 17, 1951. Truman’s order provided for the performance of certain functions of the President by the Secretary of the Treasury and Kennedy’s order amended this slightly. These are extremely dull and bureaucratic documents, with little significance to the scope of history and no connection to President Kennedy’s assassination on November 22, 1963. But that hasn’t stopped conspiracy theorists from making wild and counter-factual claims.
The most popular story is that somehow Kennedy was removing power from the Federal Reserve by delegating more responsibilities to the Treasury Secretary, but there was no net loss of power here on the part of the Fed; he was simple removing duties from his desk and passing them on to someone else. The claim that JFK was making money interest free with this act is simply a lie, as is the claim that he tried to warn us about the Deep State. There is simply no basis in fact to any of this and only those who completely ignore the actual documents in question can pretend that they have anything to do with a conspiracy.
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