Robert F. Kennedy slams Fauci and media’s silence on COVID vaccine injuries
Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr on Monday released the following statement on the “criminal way” the medical establishment and public health care “experts” have gone to suppress reporting on injuries caused by the COVID Vaccinations, blaming Dr. Anthony Fauci and the tolerance of both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.
Here is Kennedy’s statement:
It’s bordering on criminal the way our medical establishment and public health experts are ignoring vaccine injuries and the newly-emerging long-term vaccine side effects.
On top of the health agency pile is none other than Dr. Anthony Fauci, whose misdeeds, injustice, and crimes Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. willingly exposed time and time again.
You may remember in early 2000 when Dr. Fauci shook hands with Bill Gates in the library of Gates’s $147 million Seattle mansion, cementing a Pharma-Fauci-Gates partnership that would aim to control a very profitable $60 billion global vaccine enterprise forced on us by the U.S. federal government.
And for those of us brave enough to call out Dr. Fauci, CNN’s television doctor Peter Hotez called for expanded “hate-crime” legislation to make criticizing Dr. Fauci a felony.
You and I were doxxed by the mainstream media, deplatformed by social media, and put on a government watch list.
The reality is: Dr. Anthony Fauci dictated a series of policies that resulted in the most deaths—one of the highest percentage COVID-19 body counts of any nation on the planet—and his actions earned him the highest government salary in the USA.
While Dr. Fauci, Gates, and their pals in Big Pharma cashed in, their anti-science lockdowns and mask mandates put 58 million Americans out of work and shuttered 41% of Black-owned businesses. Globally, over 300 million humans fell into dire poverty, and 93,000 Americans died of drug overdoses in 2020—a 30% increase over 2019.
Dr. Fauci’s policies put Social Security and Medicare, earned benefit programs paid for by taxpayers for nearly 100 years, on the brink of insolvency.
Dr. Fauci’s policies crushed middle- and working-class American families and the American dream of home ownership—and single-handedly ended any faith we once had in our nation’s health agencies.
In fact, a new poll found that 53% of American adults believe Covid-19 vaccines may be to blame for many unexplained deaths, and nearly one in four say someone they know could be among the victims.
And our opponents for the presidency, Joe Biden and Donald Trump, are complicit in Dr. Fauci’s crimes.
>>>>> Joe Biden and Donald Trump stood idly by, doing nothing as Dr. Fauci destroyed lives and the economy.
>>>>> Joe Biden and Donald Trump endorsed Dr. Fauci time and time again, abdicating any leadership that Americans entrusted to them.
>>>>> And to date, neither Joe Biden nor Donald Trump have called Dr. Fauci to account for his historic crimes against millions of people worldwide.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. never endorsed Dr. Fauci or his “Operation Warp Speed” vaccine plan.
Unlike Biden and Trump, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. will hold Dr. Fauci accountable for his crimes.
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