Charles Lindbergh was perhaps the most popular American at the time of his 1941 speech against America entering WWII. His speech was used against him to make his popularity wane drastically.
Here history records that powerful influences in America lead to America entering the Allied war against Germany, a war that Germany not only did not start but a war Germany did not want. Yet the victor writes the history. However history has a way of rearing its ugly head (ugly from the victors’ viewpoint because it challenges their narrative).
From the Des Moines September 11, 1941 speech;
“National polls showed that when England and France declared war on Germany, in 1939, less than 10 percent of our population favored a similar course for America. But there were various groups of people, here and abroad, whose interests and beliefs necessitated the involvement of the United States in the war. I shall point out some of these groups tonight, and outline their methods of procedure. In doing this, I must speak with the utmost frankness, for in order to counteract their efforts, we must know exactly who they are.
The three most important groups who have been pressing this country toward war are the British, the Jewish and the Roosevelt administration.” read full speech