McCormack is radically different from LBJ in almost every way. LBJ’s passing of the CRA was essentially a perfect storm of him being 1. From the south himself 2. Having lots of strong allies in the US Senate from being majority leader. 3. Sympathy from the loss of KennedySo what exactly has been the whole point of this Timeline? Because Nixon still lost despite winning the popular and electoral vote. JFK has still been moderately successful and respected despite portraying African Americans to win the presidency. He still decided to pursue Civil Rights in spite of his deal. JFK and RFK patched up their relationship despite Robert's disgust, putting things back to square one. Bay of Pigs was still an utter failure. Cuban Missile Crisis started and ended almost the exact same way. Lee Harvey Oswald still wanted to shoot Kennedy and then he was shot by Jack Ruby. McCormack is heavily hinted to do literally everything LBJ did, especially with Civil Rights which makes the Corrupt Bargain pointless. Literally nothing has changed besides Richard Nixon becoming Governor of California in 1962. I was hoping that JFK making a deal with the devil to win the presidency would lead to a radically different 60's and a warped Kennedy presidency due to him having to live with his sins, but no, he's still a Saint and Camelot is this oh so magical place that was tragically cut by Oswald.
What was the point of all of this? Why does this exist?