Sam Bloom was the Jew who was a public relations man and the executive of the Citizens Council, the host committee that took control of the planning of John F Kennedy's tour of Dallas in November 1963, where the November 22 John F Kennedy Assassination took place. By designating their invitation to JFK to for a non-political, but rather a fund-raising tour, the tour planning was taken out of the hands of the JFK-controlled Democratic National Committee.
- Sam Bloom, representing the Jew-dominated Dallas elite came to loggerheads with Jerry Bruno, JFK's veteran advance security adviser, regarding the route John F Kennedy's motorcade would travel, and Sam Bloom, executive of the host committee won the debate, leading John F Kennedy to traverse an optimal sniper kill-zone at Elm Street at a very low speed.
- Sam Bloom, over the Secret Service's objections, published, repeatedly, in Dallas newspapers, a map of the route John F Kennedy's motorcade was to travel. When Lee Harvey Oswald was in custody, because of Sam Bloom, he had a plausible explanation as to how he knew JFK would pass by his workplace, the Texas School Book Depository.
- After Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested, Sam Bloom persuaded Elgin Crull, Dallas' city manager, to pressure Jesse Curry, the Dallas Police Chief, into taking several actions that would facilitate the murder and silencing of Lee Harvey Oswald. Sam Bloom, via Elgin Crull, had Jesse Curry
- (1) ensure that Lee Harvey Oswald was accessible to the press and,
- (2) moved Lee Harvey Oswald publicly from the Dallas police station to the city jail.
- Without these Sam Bloom-orded changes, Jack Ruby would not have been able get Lee Harvey Oswald into a kill zone to silence. Several sources, including the Dallas FBI Agent, James Hosty, who confirmed that Sam Bloom and his backers were the forces behind the changes that made Lee Harvey Oswald accessible to Jack Ruby.