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When RFK Jr. first entered the race, many people thought he could have a significant impact on President Trump’s campaign, maybe even more so than Biden, mainly due to his common-sense stance on COVID and the vaccine. RFK Jr. was a brave voice of freedom and righteousness at a time when many were silenced and treated like lepers for sharing common-sense theories and ideas about COVID and the jab. RFK Jr.’s contribution to that fight should always be acknowledged and appreciated, even though he wants to implement “green tyranny.”

Sadly, the COVID fight rages on while criminals like this madman are still out there spreading lies.

The Vigilant Fox:

🚨 NEW: Dr. Fauci blames the unvaccinated for being “responsible” for an “additional 200,000 to 300,000 deaths in this country [USA].”

He cited the work of Peter Hotez, the vaccinologist who declined a $2.6 million offer to debate RFK Jr., to make this claim.

“Some have done studies. Peter Hotez has done an analysis of this and shows that in people who refuse to get vaccinated for any variety of reasons, probably responsible for an additional 200,000 to 300,000 deaths in this country.”

However, in the end, it has become painfully clear that RFK Jr. is a committed progressive. He is advocating for taxpayers to provide $5 billion in reparations to black farmers, despite it being ruled unconstitutional.

The New York Post: 

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has said he will support giving black farmers $5 billion in reparations once in office — throwing his weight behind a provision in President Biden’s American Rescue Plan that was struck down by a court as unconstitutional.

“When I’m in the White House… I’m going to get rid of those people in USDA and get that money,” Kennedy told John Boyd Jr., the founder of the National Black Farmers Association, in a recent episode of his podcast.

“That $5 billion is not money, that is an entitlement,” the 70-year-old added. “It’s money that was a loan that black farmers were entitled to way back when and was stolen from them through discrimination.”


The provision was quickly challenged by white farmers in Texas, across the Midwest and in Florida, and was ultimately stalled after Jacksonville federal judge Marcia Morales Howard issued a preliminary injunction, saying the bill “appears to create an inflexible, race-based discriminatory program.”

One of the parties involved in the lawsuit at the time, America First Legal, sounded off Monday on Kennedy’s support for the $5 billion package.

“Any public official who thinks it is the government’s role to pick winners and losers based on the color of their skin does not belong in public office,” AFL Executive Director and general counsel Gene Hamilton told The Post.

“This is the 21st century, and we need to stop living like we are in the 19th century before the Civil War.”

Typical liberal. And if that’s not enough failed progressive ideas for you, RFK Jr. has another humdinger. This latest clip is further proof that RFK Jr. is a radical left-winger at the very core of his political being. If you know any so-called “conservatives” who are still supporting this man over President Trump, this is probably the clip to send them. In this latest clip, RFK Jr. wants to push gas prices as high as they can be in a push to force Americans to buy electric, thinking everyone would just bend the knee and quickly transition.

RFK Jr. was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, so sky-high gas prices mean nothing to him. Lower and middle-class Americans would be deeply impacted and forced to buy electric cars they can’t afford. It’s as if he’s out of touch with the reality of normal citizens just trying to make a living paycheck to paycheck. Moreover, we don’t even have the infrastructure in place to support even a small fraction of what the left wants to do with their Marxist “green agenda.” The chaos, confusion, and mass problems don’t bother the elites, but regular people have to deal with it, all for the “greater good” of mankind.