I didn't agree with him on everything, but he was sure right about the Zionists:
Testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in 1963, Fulbright claimed five million tax-deductible dollars from philanthropic Americans was sent to Israel and then recycled back to the U.S. for distribution to organizations seeking to influence public opinion in favor of Israel. This statement led to friction with organized pro-Israeli groups in the U.S. Frustration with the ability of the Zionist Organization of America and other Zionist lobby groups to influence Senators with their campaign contributions led Fulbright to retort on Face the Nation on April 15, 1973 that "Israel controls the U.S. Senate" and that "The Senate is subservient to Israel, in my opinion much too much. We should be more concerned about the United States interest rather than doing the bidding of Israel. This is a most unusual development." [Source]
BTW, most people in the know believe George H.W. Bush lost because he didn't knuckle under to the Zionists but actually threatened them with exposure. He should have really stood up to them but wasn't a strong personality. Clinton knuckled under but complained about them.
There are plenty of other examples that go way back.
9/11 and the Zionists seems to have all but disappeared too.
"AIPAC's Open Secret, Exposed by Ilhan Omar":