Jason Heuser, the genius and patriot responsible for historically accurate portraits such as Teddy Roosevelt Vs. Bigfoot and Abraham Lincoln Rides A Grizzly , delivers yet another masterpiece of fan art. Americans no longer have to commit to foggy memory JFK's days in outer space, for Heuser has immortalized them on 80-lb high gloss paper.
Writes Heuser on his Etsy page:
In 1963, after the alleged JFK assassination, John F. Kennedy was sent the moon to be the first man to walk on the moon. This was kept secret to us, and we were made to believe he was assassinated on November 22nd, 1963 ... Upon arrival, his mission was to clear the moon of any alien life to make future moon landings easy and safe. He lived on the moon for 26 years, hunting and slaying aliens until NASA lost communication ... His death has still not been confirmed; however, many believe he's still murdering aliens today.