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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.—the new Andy Wakefield

RFK Jr portraitBy Anne Dachel

We all know the story about Andrew Wakefield. He’s the British doctor who, we’ve been endlessly told, falsely linked the MMR vaccine to the development of autism in children over 20 years ago.

That’s the message out there universally regarding the safety of the ever-expanding childhood vaccination schedule.

Wakefield was made the fall guy. Discredit him and the controversy is put to rest. We can all relax.

The massive worldwide push for taking the COVID19 vaccine has met with all kinds of resistance. Once again there needs to be someone to blame for the skepticism, someone whose claims can be debunked.

That person seems to be Robert Kennedy, Jr.

The prominent Kennedy name gets notice, so he can’t just be ignored. The media has to attack him for spreading “vaccine misinformation” in order to quiet growing fears over vaccine mandates.

Just like with Wakefield, experts and officials are lined up to show how wrong Kennedy is. In Kennedy’s case, even family members publicly discredit his views on vaccines.

I was amazed at how much coverage Kennedy’s been getting. I can easily predict that these same sources WILL NOT be talking about his upcoming book, The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health.

Attacking the messenger:

July 22, 2021, NBC Today:  How vaccine misinformation spreads on social media

The surgeon general recently warned that vaccine misinformation has become an epidemic. NBC News investigative and consumer correspondent Vicky Nguyen spoke with an expert who advises Facebook and reveals how much more he thinks social media companies can do.

2:05  …When we start on the page of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., a  prominent vaccine critic, Twitter shows us we might like other profiles with people who are critical of vaccines.

Fox News: Brit Hume: Kamala Harris Bible reference is a 'little bit of a stretch'

Brit Hume: (@ 35 seconds) … I think the messaging from the White House and other authorities throughout this pandemic, which has turned out to be either wrong or later contradicted and so on throughout this whole season of the pandemic has left people wondering what they can truly believe.

And I think that is responsible in large measure for the fact that a lot of people are still reluctant to get the shot.

You have people who don’t like shots anyway, and then you have people like Robert F. Kennedy, who are anti-vaxxers out there who are promoting this information. …

People Magazine: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Doubles Down on False Anti-Vaccine Claims After He Is Banned from Instagram

Instagram has banned Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the son of the late Robert F. Kennedy and a controversial anti-vaccine activist, from their platform for repeatedly sharing false claims about COVID-19 and vaccines.

"We removed this account for repeatedly sharing debunked claims about the coronavirus or vaccines," Facebook, which owns Instagram, said in a statement….

In December, Kennedy's niece, Dr. Kennedy Meltzer, published an op-ed in the Times calling out her uncle for the "dubious" claims against the COVID-19 vaccines that he posts on social media.

"I love my uncle. But when it comes to vaccines, he is wrong," Meltzer, an internal medicine resident physician at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, wrote. "His concern — that the COVID vaccine is potentially unsafe, and hasn't been properly tested — is widespread, and dangerously wrong."

"As a doctor, and as a member of the Kennedy family, I feel I must use whatever small platform I have to state a few things unequivocally," she continued. "I love my uncle Bobby. I admire him for many reasons, chief among them his decades-long fight for a cleaner environment. But when it comes to vaccines, he is wrong."

Sacramento Bee: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s anti-vax battle with Sen.Richard Pan goes viral in a bad way

Today, not so much. State Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, is calling for Kennedy Jr. to be banned from social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. He has already been banned from Instagram for spreading misinformation.

“Pan told supporters of his Ready to Vaccinate campaign in a Wednesday email that Kennedy should be stripped of his accounts for using them to ‘spread lies about COVID-19 vaccines and trying to drive fear in communities of color,’” wrote Hannah Wiley of The Sacramento Bee.

“Sadly, COVID-19 isn’t the only disease we’re fighting,” Pan wrote in the email inviting subscribers to sign a petition for Kennedy’s social media removal. “We’re also up against the disease of misinformation, perpetuated by high-profile anti-vaxxers like Robert F. Kennedy Jr.”

Globe and Mail (Canada): How a Kennedy became a ‘superspreader’ of hoaxes on COVID-19, vaccines, 5G and more

“The anti-vaccine movement has started connecting with groups and individuals protesting against government interference and social distancing,” Paul Offit, a professor of pediatrics and vaccine expert who has repeatedly clashed with Mr. Kennedy Jr., wrote recently. “This is an extension of the anti-vaccine movement’s earlier pivot to the political far right based on choice or health freedom.” …

Mr. Kennedy Jr.’s famous name and legitimate background makes his messaging particularly effective, experts said. “The anti-vaccine movement pride themselves on bucking authority, but are also desperate for legitimacy,” said Dorit Reiss, a professor at the University of California. “Robert Kennedy gives them both.”

Mr. Kennedy Jr.’s siblings Kathleen Kennedy Townsend and former congressman Joseph Kennedy, as well as niece Maeve Kennedy McKean, published an excoriating article in Politico claiming that “he has helped to spread dangerous misinformation over social media and is complicit in sowing distrust of the science behind vaccines."

“We love Bobby,” they said, and praised his record on environmental issues. “However, on vaccines he is wrong.”

Charleston (SC) Gazette-Mail: Joseph Wyatt: Some WV deaths likely from pandemic deceptions (Opinion) 

When President Joe Biden referred to 12 individuals who are said to originate the majority of falsehoods about vaccine efficacy on social media, my thoughts turned to my fellow West Virginians and whether some have died as a result of the corrosive words of the dirty dozen.

Anti-Vax Watch, along with the Center for Countering Digital Hate, monitored Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for six weeks as anti-vaccination content was exploding in February and March. Across all three platforms, 65% of such postings was traced back to the twelve whom Biden had referenced. On Facebook alone, 73% of anti-vaccine posts were attributable to the toxic stew of pseudoscience that has appeared in their postings, as representative samples demonstrate…

Kevin Jenkins believes that vaccines are racists’ way of convincing Blacks it is “ok to kill yourselves.” He has appeared with long-time anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr., whose organization posts anti-vaccine articles including one with no basis in reality claiming that the death former MLB slugger Hank Aaron was “part of a wave of suspicious deaths.”

WTOP, Chevy Chase, MD: Van Hollen, health professionals see vaccine misinformation as culprit for rising COVID-19 cases

“Every day that goes by that some misinformation is allowed to spread — whether it’s intentional lies or just people who haven’t bothered to get the facts — every day that goes on more people die,” U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) said at a news conference Wednesday. …

He said it’s time to begin calling out disinformation mills, including some of his congressional colleagues.

Van Hollen called this “naming and shaming.” …

According to a report released by the Center for Countering Digital Hate, 12 people are behind 65% of anti-vaccine content seen on Twitter and Facebook. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was ranked the second most influential online anti-vaxxer.

Salon:  GOP doctor running for Minnesota governor denies he's an anti-vaxxer — he's just anti-vax-curious

Scott Jensen spread COVID conspiracy theories, and has appeared with top anti-vaccine activists many times…

Jensen was also a presenter at a notorious event called the "Truth Over Fear Summit on Covid and the 'Great Reset,'" which the Anti-Defamation League described as promoting the conspiracy theory that "global elites" are using the pandemic to "advance their interests and push forward a globalist plot to destroy American sovereignty and prosperity." The event also featured Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a leading anti-vaccine activist…

UK Guardian (US edition):  ‘A systemic failure’: vaccine misinformation remains rampant on Facebook, experts say

Facebook is under fire once again over the proliferation of vaccine misinformation on its platform, after Joe Biden said tech giants such as Facebook are “killing people” for failing to tackle the problem….

The White House has also zeroed in on the “disinformation dozen”: accounts that have been shown to be responsible for the bulk of anti-vaccine misinformation on social media platforms.

And while Facebook has defended itself, saying it has removed more than 18m pieces of Covid misinformationexperts who study online misinformation say it has still largely failed to address the issue and that falsehoods about the vaccine are still reaching millions of people. …

Misinformation experts have condemned platforms for taking down some of the most egregious accounts, but not others. For instance, the anti-vaccine figurehead Robert F Kennedy Jr still has an account on Facebook, despite being banned from Instagram, which is owned by Facebook.

NY Daily News: Viral lies: Anti-vaccine propaganda is deadly indeed

President Biden hit a nerve Friday when he said social media platforms are “killing people” by helping spread anti-COVID-vaccine propaganda. Monday, the president elaborated, citing a nonprofit study documenting that two-thirds of anti-vax misinformation on Facebook or Twitter tracks back to just a dozen user accounts. …

One of the 12 top poisoners of public health the president referred to is New York’s own Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a crusader against child vaccination for measles and other scourges (even though he had his own children vaccinated). RFK Jr.’s nonprofit, Children’s Health Defense, produced and is distributing a devious documentary called “Medical Racism” that retells America’s dark history of medical experimentation on vulnerable groups and cynically connects it to the push to get as many people as possible protected from COVID-19.

Tag24:  Robert F. Kennedy Jr among 12 people responsible for most anti-vax disinformation ,  according to new study

Approximately 65% of misinformation about the vaccine that’s spread on social media can be traced back to 12 people, says the Center for Countering Digital Hate in a recent report.

The nonprofit organization refers to those 12 people as the "disinformation dozen."

"Our sample of anti-vaccine content was shared or posted on Facebook or Twitter a total of 812,000 times between February 1 and March 16 2021, with 65 percent of that sample attributable to the Disinformation Dozen," the center’s report reads.

Included in that "disinformation dozen" is Robert F Kennedy Jr., as are the husband-and-wife duo Ty and Charlene Bollinger, the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) says….

Last week, President Joe Biden criticized the spread of misinformation on social media platforms such as Facebook.

"They're killing people," Biden said. …

US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, meanwhile, spoke out against the spread of false information Sunday during an interview on CNN’s State of the Union.

Wall Street Journal: Biden’s Facebook Attack Followed Months of Frustration Inside White House

President Biden’s attack on Facebook Inc. on Friday followed months of mounting private frustration inside his administration over the social-media giant’s handling of vaccine misinformation, according to U.S. officials, bringing into public view tensions that could complicate efforts to stop the spread of Covid-19. …

On Friday, Mr. Biden accused social-media companies such as Facebook of killing people by not doing more to remove false statements about the vaccine. “They’re killing people,” he said in response to a question about companies like Facebook. “The only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated. And they’re killing people.”…

Though the administration doesn’t regularly flag specific content to Facebook, according to aides, officials occasionally raised examples they said seemed to violate the spirit of the company’s anti-misinformation efforts. One example cited by an administration official: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. , who has questioned the efficacy and safety of vaccines, has been banned from Instagram, but not Facebook. Facebook acquired Instagram in 2012 for $1 billion.

Mr. Kennedy said Sunday that any conversation between the administration and Facebook about his social media posts would amount to unconstitutional government censorship.

“Misinformation. The term has nothing to do with falsehood. It’s just any statement that departs from official statements and proclamations,” he said, adding: “There is no pandemic exception to the Bill of Rights.”

Washington Post: Opinion: How the GOP crusade against vaccines could get even more dangerous

Until recently, whenever someone wanted to assert that susceptibility to anti-science conspiracy theories was not solely the province of the right, an example they could cite was the sort-of left-leaning embrace of the anti-vaccine crusade.

With Robert F. Kennedy Jr. the most prominent opponent of vaccination, the picture many people had of a vaccine opponent was a liberal parent from Santa Monica fighting with their school district over whether to get their kids immunized.

That was a distortion — liberals were no more likely to be anti-vaxxers than conservatives — and it certainly didn’t rise up the political ladder to the point where Democratic politicians were waging fights against immunizations. (Never mind that the highest-profile purveyor of the lie that vaccines cause autism was Donald Trump.)

"There's about 12 people who are producing 65% of anti-vaccine misinformation on social media platforms," White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Thursday.

That statistic is from the nonprofit Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) which identified in a report published in March about a dozen people it said were super-spreaders of anti-vaccine misinformation.

The CCDH had at the time called on Facebook and Twitter to shut down all pages run by those people.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a prominent figure in the anti-vaccine movement, is among the people whom the CCDH said should be kicked off social media.

Kennedy's page on Facebook-owned Instagram was shut down earlier this year for sharing Covid-19 misinformation, Facebook said. However, Kennedy is still allowed on Facebook (FB) itself, and he has more than 300,000 followers on the platform.

Explaining why Kennedy was kicked off one of its platforms but not the other, a Facebook spokesperson told CNN Thursday, "We don't automatically disable accounts across our apps, because the accounts may post about different things on our different services.

Anne Dachel is Media Editor for Age of Autism.




@ Carol

The Weinstein's have come late to the party compared to The High Wire with Del Bigtree. I have watched some of their You Tube podcasts and wondered how they were still there, given their Covid topics. The High Wire was taken down for lesser "offenses." It is good to have other voices speaking out on this, however I don't hold his political or evolutionary views.

I highly recommend, THE CREATION OF LIFE: A Cybernetic Approach to Evolution and THE SCIENTIFIC ALTERNATIVE TO NEO-DARWINIAN EVOLUTIONARY THEORY: Information Sources & Structures by Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith. Professor Wilder-Smith had three earned doctorates including physical organic chemistry and pharmacology. He studied at the University of Oxford, Reading University, the University of London, and ETH (Switzerland). He taught at the University of Geneva (chemotherapy and pharmacology), Medical Center of the University of Illinois, and the University of Bergen Medical School in Norway. After Dr. Wilder-Smith's passing, we visited one of his sons and Mrs. Wilder-Smith at their home in Switzerland. Amazing individuals. Kind and brilliant in their own right. The son is a gastroenterologist and may well have known Dr. Wakefield. He was the first person to tell me directly not to vaccinate my baby (I was expecting when we visited in 2000.) He said his father had made sure he was never vaccinated. I must say, he is one of the most intelligent individuals I have ever met, yet humble and kind. A rare combination.


RFK Jr isn't alone.

"....[Bret] Weinstein and his wife Heather Heying have become prominent figures in independent media, co-hosting a popular podcast called DarkHorse. Identified in the New York Times as one of the main dramatis personae of the so-called 'Intellectual Dark Web,' a group of heterodox intellectuals not aligned with the traditional right or left, he appeared for a time to find a home on YouTube. Maybe he would never go back to academia, but this seemed a more secure replacement. After all it’s one thing to be dependent on the whims of a college president or even a faculty board, but surely there’s safety in subscriber numbers?

Not so fast. As detailed in 'Why Has "Ivermectin" Become a Dirty Word?', Weinstein is on the verge of becoming one of the more prominent casualties to a censorship movement that it’s hard not to see as part of a wider Evergreening [Evergreen State College] of America. He and Heying’s two YouTube channels have been hit with multiple warnings for two brands of speech offenses, and are on the verge of having their business shut down entirely as a result (YouTube has a 'three strikes and you’re out' policy). One offense involves interviews with the likes of Dr. Pierre Kory about the potential benefits of the repurposed drug ivermectin, and the other involves interviews with guests like Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA vaccine technology used in the Covid-19 vaccines. One video with Malone this week had 587,331 views before it was shut down...."

See also:


A new AoA fundraiser scheme......

Send a "team" to California and hold an online auction with the "proceeds."
Dr. Pan will be ALL IN! LOL! The Governor will praise you! (Don't forget to wear masks...)



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Remember Sweden?

There's a reason the media propagandists aren't talking about this:

"Sweden, of course, was maligned in 2020 for foregoing a strict lockdown. The Guardian called its approach “a catastrophe” in the making, while CBS News said Sweden had become “an example of how not to handle COVID-19.”

Despite these criticisms, Sweden’s laissez-faire approach to the pandemic continues today. In contrast to its European neighbors, Sweden is welcoming tourists. Businesses and schools are open with almost no restrictions. And as far as masks are concerned, not only is there no mandate in place, Swedish health officials are not even recommending them.

What are the results of Sweden’s much-derided laissez-faire policy? Data show the 7-day rolling average for COVID deaths yesterday was zero (see below). As in nada. And it’s been at zero for about a week now."


There's an important new book about how COVID-19 is a Plandemic. It's not just a handful of billionaires doing this- it's much more complex. RFK's forthcoming book also looks good- but the title of the book makes me think he doesn't see the big picture (it's not just Bill Gates and Fauci).

This book doesn't discuss the vaccines much- even though that's obviously a major part of the end-game (probably the book would have been banned on amazon if it had done so).

Still with Trump

Sadly, much of the nation depends upon various types of successful fraud to support themselves, the first two being the news media and of course the entire vaccine industry.

It should be interesting to see what is left over after the NFL gets their two doses or even if the players will be using a real vaccine. Some players are opting out already.

The medical industry can fake a vaccine for who ever they want, and for some reason, you do not see all the surgeons lining up in a row to show the public how to take a covid vaccine. The hospitals cannot afford to put their surgical teams out of business as they bring in too much money.

About the only term fitting to counter the endless anti-vaxxer name calling is of course vaxi-nazi. They started to arrive in about 1986.


Thanks, Bayareamom, I'll watch Astrid, but I got diverted by this fascinating interview:


The powers that be and their presstitutes are so sure that the fear mongering, the gaslighting, the brainwashing of the public for the past 16 months has been so successful, that everyone is running scared of that virus / that plandemic.
They themselves sincerely believe the propaganda.
And they have a really hard time imagining that not everyone is stupider than them.
Not everyone is scared out of their minds.
Apparently almost 50% of Americans are not so stupid and not so compliant.
The establishment just can't internalize the news.
We are not scared, and therefore, we do not see any need for unconstitutional and draconian and totalitarian "public health measures"
We are in no need of a "vaccine", Thank you!


Del Bigtree has interviewed scores of wonderfully articulate, truthful whistleblowers, but to me, this interview may be THE most important interview he has done to-date.

I just viewed this interview, yesterday. Astrid is amazing and very brave to come out as she has done.

To those of whom are wondering who is pulling the strings and funding this plandemic, please watch the above.


Address with specificity what he's wrong about? Not a chance. Instead it's "Take my word for it because I'm a doctor." None of these "experts" will debate RFK Jr.


Senator Josh Hawley on funding of CCDH:
"But who is funding this overseas dark money group - Big Tech? Billionaire activists? Foreign governments? We have no idea. Americans deserve to know what foreign interests are attempting to influence American democracy."

The funding seems to be obscured, or at the very least unavailable on their website.


In a kingdom of lies, telling the TRUTH is revolutionary.

Thank you RFK Jr. for using your inherited platform to tell the truth.
Show your support by buying his book. Let's make it a best seller!
The non-journalist MSM has forgotten to report that Dr. Fauci has been referred to the DOJ for CRIMINAL offense (LYING TO CONGRESS about funding "gain of function") by U.S. Senator Rand Paul.
Could this be the reason for the sudden flurry of pro-pharma propaganda?

If anyone you know is repeating these lies about RFK Jr., ask them what specifically has he said/written that was misinformation and what is their proof of this. I am sure you will hear crickets. Then ask them if they are aware that Dr. Fauci has been officially referred to the DOJ for CRIMINAL investigation by Senator Rand Paul. I am sure you will hear crickets.

Don't forget, almost 50% of Americans have refused the Covid jab. We are not a small minority. Natural immunity is superior. Natural immunity does not make pharma money; neither do effective treatments like hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin.

John Stone

Let’s put it another way - this is an issue of gaslighting. For a long time it has been recognised by industry apologists that the only way they can get along is to abolish any criticism of the products whatsoever - not only people who are completely opposed but anyone who has any reservation whatsoever must be destroyed. They have such an effective machine that any real safeguards for the public are no longer existent. Last year I had a letter in BMJ on-line. Of course, it should not come as any surprise that the industry does not like criticism…

Regarding the Use of the Term "Anti-Vaxxer"

Dear Editor

Thank you Karyse Day [1] for drawing attention to the problem of the bias and intimidation inherent in the term "anti-vaxxer". The term has been around perhaps since the 19th century but has evolved a new context. Three years ago I drew attention to the remarks of Seth Berkley, director of the vaccine lobby organisation GAVI, in the Spectator proposing that "anti-vaxxers" be excluded from social media, which meant in effect not only that certain people should not be allowed on social media but that criticism of vaccines should not be allowed on a generic basis - an extremely serious matter[2].

Unfortunately, this has also been a hobby-horse of the present Prime Minister. In August last year Reuter's recorded Boris Johnson as saying [3]:

“I’m afraid people have just been listening to that superstitious mumbo-jumbo on the internet, all that anti-vax stuff..."

On 24 September 2020 he told the UN [4]:

“There are today people who are still actually anti-science, a whole movement called ‘the anti-vaxxers’ who refuse to acknowledge the evidence that vaccinations have eradicated smallpox and who by their prejudices are actually endangering the very children they want to protect."

By February this year the Sunday Telegraph was reporting [5]:

"Posting anti-vaccine propaganda on social media could become criminal offence, Law Commissioner says
New Law Commissioner Penney Lewis is leading wide-ranging review into whether UK's offence and abuse laws are fit for the Social Media age..."

And once again the Prime Minister was quoted last month [6]:

“There’s all these anti-vaxxers now,” Johnson told medical workers at a doctor’s surgery in London. “They are nuts, they are nuts.”

While there are a lot of very fed up people I am extremely dubious there is a movement called "the anti-vaxxers" or that they are posting propaganda: at the very best this is a simplistic claim [7,8]. At a time when the government is supposedly trying to earn trust for a range of potential SAR-CoV-2 vaccines the continued disparagement and repression of people who raise questions about a class of products - which after all cannot be inherently safe - speaks for itself. It creates an atmosphere of prejudice and intimidation - such as described in the Cumberlege review [9] and should be seen and understood for what it is.

[1] Karyse Day, 'Re: Cumberlege review exposes stubborn and dangerous flaws in healthcare', 25 August 2020,

[2] John Stone, ' The Shadow War on Disease: Arbitrary, Oppressive and Unaccountable Medicine', 9 July 2017,

[3] 'UK's Johnson slams 'mumbo-jumbo' about vaccines after measles rates rise', Reuter's 19 August 2020,

[4] United Kingdom - Prime Minister Addresses General Debate, 74th Session (UN 24 September 2019) @ 8.30

[5] Mike Wright, 'Posting anti-vaccine propaganda on social media could become criminal offence, Law Commissioner says', 1 February 2020,

[6] 'Johnson says anti-vaxxers 'are nuts'', Reuter's 24 July 2020,

[7] John Stone, 'An appeal to authority is not the same as an appeal to knowledge', 15 May 2019,

[8] John Stone, 'Brave new World', 17 May 2019,

[9] Helen Haskell, 'Cumberlege review exposes stubborn and dangerous flaws in healthcare'
BMJ 2020; 370 doi: (Published 06 August 2020)

Jay Martel

Ha Ha! 12 people on social media, driving what highly intelligent, sophisticated, and educated critical thinkers are choosing.
I think not!
I sit here today with hope. Finally the narrative is looking desperate. Finally there is a chink in the armor. It is absolutely obvious to all sides that “safe and effective” is the true misinformation.
It’s leaking like a sieve.
I’m about to become cautiously optimistic.
I know it’s premature. France and UK need our support now. They do not have the same kind of democratic system that can hold back the flood for a while, like ours can.
Praying for light. Praying for more Hi Profilers (Eric Clapton) to stand up.
Time to ride on the shoulders of giants, whether your neighbor or a rockstar.

Gary Ogden

And the propaganda operation continues. It is no wonder the media is so mistrusted.

Bob Moffit

Why does the attack on RFK begin and end with a simple dismissive word .. ANTI-VAXXER .. with absolutely no effort to clearly explain the REASONS FOR RFK'S VIEWS ON VACCINES?

As I understand it .. RFK has an open invitation to appear on any television, radio, podcast … to openly debate the safety and efficiency of vaccines .. but .. alas .. the LAST THING major media and public health bureaucracies want is an OPEN, PUBLIC DEBATE ON THE MANY PROBLEMS WITH VACCINES.


Angus Files

Mr Kennedy can prove his arguments a thousand times over with easee but its not about the science its about silencing a man who speaks the truth and truth is not on Pharma Government cartel's side.

Thank you Sir.

Pharma For


Michael S.

I wonder what the dollar amount is to bankroll a full spectrum discredit program against RFK Jr for two weeks, or if they just put it on the general tab? I seem to remember RFK saying maybe a hundred times or more in public statements that he is not Anti-Vax, but he just wants safer vaccines. If someone had all his children vaccinated and he took a flu shot every year, is it liable / slander to call him anti-vax? How about a "reformed vaccinator?" Honestly, why do people even believe this crap anymore? Does anybody out there use Yahoo Mail? I have one of my email accounts with them, and every time I log out I have to see their smarmy propaganda / disinfo. It's usually celebrity bathing suit shots or drilling the viewers about how the continuing covid-19 spread is all the fault of the anti-vaxxers. It's just obvious bad click bait, and I guess people read this stuff? It appeals to an elementary school level intellect. Is that what America is made of? Have we been that dumbed down? I guess so. Sorry, I just had to rant. I'm done.


He's not an attractive blonde woman, so they can't say he's a low-IQ slut. They have to go straight to calling him a killer.

I admire him for taking the hit. He doesn't have to do what he's doing, but he is winning a moral victory every day by refusing to back down in the face of corporate and state bullying.

It is a bit laughable for anyone (including formerly respectable guys like Brit Hume) to imply that 40 percent of American adults are taking their marching orders from Bobby Kennedy, Jr. Maybe we just don't think the risk-benefit calculation looks good for us.

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