Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. testified before the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government on July 20.
At the hearing, RFK Jr. complained about being censored. I genuinely believe the U.S. Constitution gives RFK Jr the right to say whatever he wants. However, there’s a difference between the right to say whatever one wants and inviting a person who’s cuckoo for Coco Pops a platform to promote his lunacy.
Now that RFK Jr has testified, perhaps they should invite Charles Manson. Yes, he is dead. But Charles was crazy, and in a May 2023 interview with The Free Press 2023, Kennedy said, “”I do meditations every day,” Kennedy said. “That’s kind of the nature of my meditations. I have a lot of conversations with dead people.” Therefore they can have RFK Jr translate Charlie Manson’s testimony.
This imitation of the movie The Sixth Sense isn’t the only example that RFK Jr’s roof ain’t nailed tight. Nor was Congress the only place that should have avoided hosting RFK Jr.
He is most famous for his anti-vax positions. But his anti-vax claims are beyond the pale. He “falsely suggested that millions of deaths in the Great Influenza (or “Spanish flu”) epidemic of 1918 could be attributed to vaccine experiments. He also claimed that vaccine research had been responsible for HIV, the Spanish flu, and Lyme disease.
It doesn’t take much to realize that RFK Jr’s brain isn’t wired correctly. He’s also
- Told Joe Rogan that Wi-Fi causes cancer and a “leaky brain.” Obviously, he uses Wi-Fi because his brain seems very least
- During an appearance with Twitter CEO Elon Musk. he claimed antidepressants are to blame for school shootings.
- He told Canadian psychologist and podcaster Jordan Peterson that chemicals in the water supply could turn children transgender.
- AIDS may not be caused by HIV, he has suggested multiple times.
- They’re putting in 5G [high-speed broadband service] to harvest our data and control our behavior. (I used to have a secretary who thought the same about fluorescent lights. She had maintenance remove the fluorescent lights above her desk.
Kennedy has a habit of saying stupid things about Jews.
On July 16, Jr got in trouble with;
There is an argument that it is ethnically targeted. COVID-19 attacks certain races disproportionately,” Kennedy said. “COVID-19 is targeted to attack Caucasians and black people. The people who are most immune are Ashkenazi Jews and Chinese.”
During one of his anti-Vaxx speeches, he proposed that things were worse today than they were for Anne Frank during the Holocaust:
Kennedy said during a speech, “Even in Hitler’s Germany, you could cross the Alps to Switzerland. You could hide in an attic like Anne Frank did… the mechanisms are being put in place that will make it so none of us can run and none of us can hide.” Kennedy later apologized.
This is a commentary about the incident by CNN commentator SE Cupp who made it big by showing off her legs at the old Greg Gutfeld show, Red Eye.
“What can you say? It’s bonkers. It’s embarrassing … this is ugly, ignorant stuff.” @secupp on Robert F. Kennedy Jr. invoking Nazi Germany and Anne Frank while giving a speech railing against vaccine mandates. https://t.co/ZX71jOHB2u pic.twitter.com/xz7qcUK4e5
— CNN This Morning (@CNNThisMorning) January 24, 2022
In the spring of 2023, there was a major dispute about Roger Waters’ Antisemitism and his anti-Semitic activism. Some protested (like me), others believed it was much ado about nothing, or It’s the Jews, so he’s right. JFK jr joined in with a tweet (now removed):
Global hero? Even his former bandmates in Pink Floyd hates the ground he walks on. Waters has even unsuccessfully attempted to convince music acts to perform in Israel. But RFK Jr. supported him until he got caught.
The Constitution guarantees anyone in the U.S. has the right to free speech. Even if they exist in their own personal reality of craziness like RFK Jr. But there is no law saying that Congress must give him a platform such as the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government,
But Junoir wasn’t the only crazy one as crazy as a soup sandwich. The media and organizations give this wacko a platform to spew his madness.
But most crazy are the 15% of Democrats who believe the country should go from a dementia-laden president like Joe Biden to joining RFK Jr. in the front car of the crazy train.