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Michelle L Price

Kennedy filed a statement of candidacy Wednesday with the Federal Election Commission.

The 69-year-old’s campaign to challenge incumbent President Joe Biden for the Democratic nomination is a long shot. Self-help author Marianne Williamson is also running in the Democratic race.

Kennedy, a nephew of President John F. Kennedy and the son of his slain brother Robert F. Kennedy, was once a bestselling author and environmental lawyer who worked on issues such as clean water.

But more than 15 years ago, he became fixated on a belief that vaccines are not safe. He emerged as one of the leading voices in the anti-vaccine movement, and his work has been described by public health experts and even members of his own family as misleading and dangerous.

Kennedy had been long involved in the anti-vaccine movement, but the effort intensified after the COVID-19 pandemic and development of the COVID-19 vaccine.

His anti-vaccine charity, Children’s Health Defense, prospered during the pandemic, with revenues more than doubling in 2020 to $6.8 million, according to filings made with charity regulators.

His organization has targeted false claims at groups that may be more prone to distrust the vaccine, including mothers and Black Americans, experts have said, which could have resulted in deaths during the pandemic.

Kennedy released a book in 2021, “The Real Anthony Fauci,” in which he accused the U.S.’s top infectious disease doctor of assisting in “a historic coup d’etat against Western democracy” and promoted unproven COVID-19 treatments such as ivermectin, which is meant to treat parasites, and the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine.

His push against the COVID-19 vaccine has linked him at times with anti-democratic figures and groups. Kennedy has appeared at events pushing the lie that the 2020 presidential election was stolen and with people who cheered or downplayed the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

A photo posted on Instagram showed Kennedy backstage at a July 2021 Reawaken America event with former President Donald Trump’s ally Roger Stone, former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and anti-vaccine profiteer Charlene Bollinger. All three have promoted the lie about the 2020 election being stolen.

The photo was posted but later removed by Bollinger, who has appeared with Kennedy at multiple events. She and her husband sponsored an anti-vaccine, pro-Trump rally near the Capitol on Jan. 6. Bollinger celebrated the attack and her husband tried to enter the Capitol. Kennedy later appeared in a video for their Super PAC.

Kennedy has repeatedly invoked Nazis and the Holocaust when talking about measures aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19, such as mask requirements and vaccine mandates. He has sometimes apologized for those comments, including when he suggested that people in 2022 had it worse than Anne Frank, the teenager who died in a Nazi concentration camp after hiding with her family in a secret annex in an Amsterdam house for two years.

Kennedy has at times invoked his family’s legacy in his anti-vaccine work, including sometimes using images of President Kennedy.

His sister Kerry Kennedy, who runs Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, the international rights group founded by their mother, Ethel, said her brother has at times removed some of the content at her request.

She told the Associated Press in a 2021 interview her brother is “completely wrong on this issue and very dangerous.”

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  • This is great news. Yes he’s been very involved with the hubbub that has been covid and vaccines. The science, the history, is horrible. And he’s a hero there. But what I have also appreciated as well is the legal efforts he has also taken about the environment. It’s annoying frankly that something as sacred as our planet has become a political and money-making tool. But he has filed lawsuits for local rivers that have been polluted for instance…things that outside the idiocy of carbon credits actually DO matter and DO need to change and companies be held accountable for. We get caught in opposites…and in warring things where each side has a point, but the agenda is infuriating. Back when all the college professors were being silenced or fired over climate change and Greta was center stage, I did enjoy the work he’d actually been doing, responsibly, for a while…to make lives better. Agenda 2030 or not, companies shouldn’t give their employees cancer and just walk away. Maybe the answer is not in a Tesla, but in slowing down a bit of our consumerism. Anyway, I live in a conservative area of the country, but I have always respected him for his efforts and the way he has used his family name to serve a greater good that he sees.

  • So… I could say the writer of this article is a maniacal pro-vax, or forced vaccinator. Basically, Robert Kennedy Jr. has never been super anti-vax but anti mandating untested drugs. And anti-captured health agencies. I first became aware of RFK Jr. when a group of us were protesting at the CDC in Atlanta because the agency threw the research in the garbage can that showed African American boys were more likely to get autism if given the measles vaccine before three years old. Seriously, they took the results of a study and tossed it in the garbage can. They were afraid the research would create vaccine hesitancy. These maniacal pro-vax types don’t care how many kids get autism, get maimed, or even die. It’s beyond belief how heartless they are. RFK, Jr. has a big heart, that is his problem, I guess. You can’t have a heart, it might create vaccine hesitancy.

  • Vaccines aren’t safe. Never have been I’d say they’ve been putting toxic loads in a certain percentage of the lots of ALL vaccines since they’ve first came out decades ago. What most people don’t understand is that conventional healthcare is a “sick care” system. Meaning they keep you sick so they can constantly care for you by only treating the symptoms. And what better way to do that then by injecting the toxins into you body

  • I placed my bet on blue this time. It’s better if they suffer the loss from the moderate wing of the less commie side of the party of swamp loving degenerates.
    Fight back or cower in defeat at least send big .gov a message we will just get rid of the whole lot of you after you burn it down.
    Make the rose garden smell great again. Go RFK and GOD speed.

    • It says right at the top that it was written by Michelle L Price, with a link to the original at

  • If Kennedy could get past the entrenched Commiecrat crime machine, it would make for an exciting campaign, Mr. Anti-Warp Speed verses Mr. Warp Speed!

    But, I’m not holding my breath or placing any bets!

    Another dog and pony show.

    The impostor told us all, plainly and clearly that “we are going to fundamentally change America”, and they have done it! They got away with it, still are because of mass mind control mainly through the visual media’s artificial reality and easy money.

      • he is perpetrating lie that the covid19 virus actually exists, which is the main reason why many still believe that there can be so called good vaccines and okay to inject older people and such…
        almost like Robert Malone being debunked for being shill.
        you may refer more at
        these pro vax/virus folks do good job on spreading info at main stream audiences though they aren’t exactly spreading the right info, which leads to same confusion when another scamdemic is deployed.

        • It’s not necessary to get caught up into medical science mumbo jumbo. We must learn to become critical thinkers independent of mass hysteria. What was needful all along has been a rational common sense public health policy and jabbing babies dozens of times, and adults at least once a year, is insane! Instead of focusing on public health education, personal hygiene and unnecessary risk avoidance and maintaining natural resistance to infections, we are trained to believe in magical vaccine fairy tales and not to be concerned about irresponsible personal health behavior. There was at one time a real health education policy, but that has been gone now for half a century. My generation has not needed all these insane jabs, and we get along quite well without them. As always the only people we know that get sick or die are those who get jabbed. Are you listening when common sense speaks to you or are you loving your victimhood too much by word parsing double talkers using unpronounceable science jargon? Which by the way very few people ever understand.

        • Damas,
          I think what JD is saying is, that “whether or not virus really exists or not” IS NOT THE HILL WE WANT TO DIE ON. To use my famous-in-the-near-future “Santa Claus analogy”, that’s like arguing about whether or not “December 25th is ACTUALLY the date that Baby Jesus was born”, whereas WISDOM is attained as soon as one determines that “Santa Claus is a PSYOP”; in the present case, it is MUCH easier to get people to figure out that “bypassing the human body’s immune system ALWAYS WAS a bad idea (and very likely always will be), AND HERE ARE THE NUMBERS TO PROVE IT”, than it is to get the bulk of the population up-to-speed on viro-lie-ogy. And that is important because “we must ALL hang together, or FOR SURE they gonna HANG US ALL one at a time”.


          ANYONE who is engaging in arguments like that (such as this one or like Malone suing Dr Breggin, etc.) is working against our survival.
          Do with that what you will.

          What we need is a political party based on CONSENSUS rather than ideology.

          Enemy #1 is SIMPLE MAJORITY RULE:
          That “simple majority” can be GAMED fairly easily has recently become obvious, and

          the impetus for having “simple majority rule” is the “we have to have a law about every tenet of my dogma, and, if someone transgresses any of my beliefs, then they belong in jail (if not deserving of having their head chopped off)” sentiment, a sentiment that leads to injustices, persecutions and genocides, and actually has no moral upside; making “good decisions” is a product of education, maturation, incentives and improved opportunities, with law and religion pushers looking to profit off the natural process. If we only have laws that at least 7of 8 people agree on, the world would be a far better place (and we would be TAXING WEALTH rather than income, as will be only fair; more on that subject at alanforcongress in the Library of Congress Archives).

          For example, regarding the obvious question of abortion (which I personally consider a form of homicide, as “if they don’t have your DNA, they aren’t you”), the majority of people who are “pro-life” have no problem with the U.S. military killing babies and pregnant moms (among many others) all around the world, and celebrate the baby killers who volunteered to take part in “fighting over there so we don’t have to fight over here” (a euphemism for “genocidal wars of aggression”) as “honored veterans” and “wounded warriors”, but want young girls making a similarly bad decision thrown in jail or executed because they are an easy target and to actually make a significant difference would involve a lot more work than picketing (or even blowing up) an abortion clinic: rather than “paying poor people to have children” that they may not want or be capable of caring for properly, we could be paying/bribing women to “get their tubes tied”, leaving the ones getting pregnant those least likely to want to terminate their pregnancy. In the end it’s a religious question, between a woman and her conscience, and making it a point of legal contention only serves the purposes of the rich bastards, and, while serving them, is not going to actually save any babies.

          At this point I was going to give a link to the Consensus Party substack (and panhandle for $5/month Party dues which will be used for rewarding recruitment activities,), but substack doesn’t seem MLM-friendly enough, so if anybody has a clue about a good uplace to host a political party “club” with the ability to track “who paid dues for which months” and “who recruited whom, and who has that recruit recruited, and so on”, MLM-type stuff, with the goal of using the dues money to reward recruitment efforts. You dig?

          RFKjr has less chance with the Democrats than had Bernie Sanders, but it’s looking like 2024 might see the introduction of REPLACEMENT PARTIES that will become big deals in future elections. Could RFKjr be a CONSENSUS PARTY Presidential candidate, in spite of not really being up-to-speed in some areas? Well, look what DJ “I don’t read books” Trump did.
          PS. In lieu of consensus (defined as >7/8s support), the party will use SORTITION (i.e., selection by lot…unless the consensus chooses to pick candidates and support laws, rules and regulations on some other basis).

          • I guess I didn’t get his latest quote about the stuff you quoted above on JFK JR.
            If he really meant as you said, it’s somewhat more acceptable.
            Wishing there were more people like you, then the world would have been peaceful without being affected by scamdemics.
            I didn’t mean to be triggered, but It still does, because I’ve had great amount of inconvenience with sheep trying to force me to follow protocols based on biased main stream studies (mainly based on so called virology) while completely ignoring about possibility of non-existence of virus, besides this is not the first time scamdemic occurred.

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