Allow me to start by saying this; have you ever experienced déjà vu?  Much of our life we have lived before, but this time it's different for the most part, but there are times that are exactly the same as the first time we lived it which is why we experience Deja-Vu.

The impact of Kennedy’s assassination was very different the first time is happened.  Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested for assassinating President Kennedy and shooting and killing Dallas Police Officer J.D. Tippit BUT 9 months later, he was found NOT GUILTY. 




Due to considerable un-rest in the United States during the late 60’s and early 70’s, Oswald became a cultural icon and revolutionary.  He started spreading his ideology to anyone that would listen.


During this time, Oswald spoke to growing groups of fanatic supporters that agreed with his beliefs that reform was necessary in-order to preserve their way of life.


During the late 70’s and early 80s, fanatic supporters created small militias; these groups were responsible for creating un-rest and chaos in the South and East.  The unrest of the people grew along with Oswald’s popularity and by the spring of 1984, Oswald became something similar to a Dictator or Ruler of the Former United States of America. 


During the 80’s and early 90’s the United States continued to have a strong military but began isolating itself from first it’s neighbors to the North and South then later to the world.  During the early 80’s, thousands were imprisoned or put to death if their ideology wasn’t in-line with the “North Republic Alliance” (by 1985 “the people” had re-named the USA “North Republic Alliance”.  Oswald died in 2030 at 91 years old but the society he created continued.


In the year 2078 a group of scientist created a machine able to travel back in time but it could only be used ONCE.  The time travelers determined that the best course of action was to kill Lee Harvey Oswald SOON after assassinating President Kennedy in-order to put history back on track. 

The lone time traveler met Jack Ruby and was able to convince him that Killing Kennedy was necessary…and as they say, the rest is history