Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr. (born Walter Krunkowski), popularly known as Uncle Walt to millions of television news viewers during the 60s and 70s, has died at the tender age of 92. Cronkite helped the U.S. lose the Vietnam War, covered up for the fake moon landing, and cried when the liberal Catholic pinko John Kennedy was removed from office. He had a mustache and monopolized television for decades, if not centuries.
Cronkite died of complications from HIV. He was a dreamer.