At first I thought the fat bald guy attending JFK's funeral was USSR's Khrushchev, which I thought illustrated tremendous chutzpah on his part since a communist weirdo killed Kennedy , from Jennifer Hunter "The Star" Sun Nov 17 2013 article "When Lee Harvey Oswald went to the U.S.S.R.
Journalist Peter Savodnik theorizes that Lee Harvey Oswald’s experience in the Soviet Union shaped his intention to shoot JFK"
"The sad irony is that Oswald thought his ideological commitments were going to facilitate his integration into Soviet society. He thought if he told them he admired their country and political ambitions they would welcome him with open arms.
But the KGB was calculating and cold. All they cared about was what did he have to offer them. But he didn’t have anything. The only reason they let him stay was that he tried to kill himself and he became a PR problem. So they threw their hands up in exasperation and said, 'You can stay'"
The fact a Communist killed JFK disconsrted silly liberals, like JFK's own wife, from Limbaugh's October 10, 2013 article "George Will on the JFK Assassination and the Advent of Punitive Liberalism"
It begins with a quote from Jackie Kennedy on the day her husband was murdered, November 22nd, 1963. She's quoted as saying, "He didn’t even have the satisfaction of being killed for civil rights. It’s -- it had to be some silly little Communist."
The BBC's commemoration of JFK's death, implies that Khrushchev didn't personally attend but sent a deputy:
Also among the mourners, in a poignant recognition of the dead president's efforts to foster peace around the world, was the Soviet first deputy Prime Minister, Anastas Mikoyan, representing Nikolai Khrushchev.
However a picture of Mikoyan looks nothing like the chubby guy in the video:
All this apparent skullduggery seems to be for the purpose of glissandoing over the fact that Communists are bad dudes who like to kill people and then shamelessly gloat over it.