Eisenhower Silences McCarthy

By Earl Denny. Dwight Eisenhower Ordered Fort Monmouth Files Destroyed That Would Have Vindicated Senator Joseph R. McCarthy… Over and over again, Revisionist scholarship has shown, with mountains of documents and cancelled checks, that the elite created, used and promoted Marxism.

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Further, it is a fact of ideology that the assumptions of capitalism and Marxism are nearly identical except for a few fairly minor disagreements. One of the many proofs that the elite were behind the propagation of Marxism was the silencing of Joe McCarthy by orders of President Dwight Eisenhower in the early ’50s. Quoting from several letters written by a former Army investigator, longtime anti-communist Earl Denny shows the elite cover-up of its own promotion of Soviet espionage in the United States.

Aformer U.S. Army employee, assigned to a special counterespionage unit at the Ft. Monmouth, New Jersey Signal Corps Center in 1952-53, has charged that President Dwight D. Eisenhower (through Sherman Adams) issued a directive to “destroy any evidence now in investigative files that support charges being made by Senator Joseph R. McCarthy” and that “any investigative personnel involved in the gathering of this information should be transferred.” [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from
The Barnes Review, November/December 2003: Eisenhower Silences McCarthy
VOLUME IX, NUMBER 6


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