Watch: @RobertKennedyJr "We Are Here For One Reason" pic.twitter.com/P6JKBdyeax
— Covid-1984 (@Orwells_Ghost_) January 23, 2022
Spreading disinformation on behalf of the Kosher Nostra in order to destroy the lives of gullible and poorly educated Americans is a basic human right that should be rewarded….and criticism of anti-vaxxers should be criminalized…or at least until they die a death of whining misery…’Mama…my organs are turning to bloody jello’….
…we used to hate Nazis…now we iz them…
RS: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s diatribe last week claiming COVID anti-vaxxers have it worse than Anne Frank have brought him condemnation from many immediate family members, including his wife–actress Cheryl Hines. If you thought the first RFJ video was nuts…try this one…
Not satisfied with just vaccine disinformation, RFK Jr launches into a riff about satellites and 5G being used by global elites to control the world’s population and cut off food supplies. pic.twitter.com/QSzhVCKxPn
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) January 23, 2022
I lost family members in the Holocaust. Fuck you, RFK Jr.
— Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) January 25, 2022
“Kennedy has since offered a qualified apology — “To the extent my remarks caused hurt, I am truly and deeply sorry,” he tweeted. But the controversy is merely the latest to embroil the 68-year-old son of Senator Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy. His increasingly extreme views on vaccinations and embrace of conspiracy theories have caused a deepening rift in one of America’s most prominent political families.
Well, I’m barely 1 hour into RFK Jr.’s “The Real Anthony Fauci” and I am both indescribably enraged, and sick to my stomach.
— Viva Frei (@thevivafrei) January 24, 2022
“In addition to Kennedy’s incendiary rhetoric about vaccines, many were stunned last month when, over the objections of his 93-year-old mother, Ethel Kennedy, he argued that Sirhan Sirhan, the man convicted of assassinating his father in 1968, should be released from prison because, Kennedy claims, he didn’t do it.
Cheryl Hines is trending so this is a good time to remind everyone that she and her anti-vax husband RFK Jr. required vaccine passports at their holiday party.
— Victoria Brownworth (@VABVOX) January 25, 2022
“But in the midst of a pandemic that has killed more than 875,000 people in the United States, it’s Kennedy’s strident antivaccination crusade that his family and others find most alarming.”
Kennedy’s history of anti-vax disinformation was called out sharply by the Globe report.
One of my dearest friends was in Auschwitz under Mengele. NO, Fauci is nothing like Mengele. This is fascism and RFK Jr said Fauci was a fascist today at the Defeat the Mandates rally in DC I feel sick to my stomach who we are pic.twitter.com/PDkrUaHdFN
— Sandi Bachom (@sandibachom) January 24, 2022
Long before his wildly overwrought rhetoric about the dangers of the COVID jab, Kennedy was asserting, contrary to all credible scientific evidence, that the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) causes autism and other neurological disorders, and claiming that public health officials “knowingly allowed the pharmaceutical industry to poison an entire generation of American children.” Read more…
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