Here is Colleen McGuire’s comment on my Substack piece (about Dr. Fauci calling Bobby Kennedy “a deeply disturbed individual,” and, more generally, projectivity in propaganda).
(To her comment I would add that Hoover also was behind the murder, by Chicago cops, of Fred Hampton, chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party. The movie Judas and the Black Messiah is a must-see on that crime, and on Hoover’s racism, and its phobic sexual component.)
In your Fauci essay, you wrote: “J. Edgar Hoover really loathed what he called “communists” (projecting his own closeted gay feelings onto them).”
Also pertinent is how deeply hateful Hoover was toward blacks, and Martin Luther King, Jr. in particular. And yet, as Gore Vidal said, it was a well-known secret in DC that Hoover himself was black. Watch Millie McGhee—Hoover’s distant cousin, an African-American) explain it with family docs Part I of 5.