(Natural News) He’s a preeminent voice in the conversation about public health, and one who’s bravely spreading the truth about vaccines to the awakened – his recognizable, household last name affording his message unique and exceptional reach. But Robert F. Kennedy Jr., of the Kennedy family legacy, has officially been betrayed by his own siblings and relatives, a handful of whom recently decided to use the mainstream media as a propaganda platform to poison the well concerning their family member’s sacrificial work in support of children’s health.
Just the other day, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Joseph P. Kennedy II, and Maeve Kennedy McKean all signed their names onto a hit piece published by Politico that digitally defecates all over pretty much everything that RFK Jr. has been contributing to humanity in recent years. Feigning “love” for their family member in the process, this trio of deep state deceivers is attempting to convince the public that their own flesh and blood is somehow engaging in a “misinformation campaign” every time he furnishes the public with true vaccine science that “health authorities” have been hiding and denying.
Claiming that he’s “tragically wrong about vaccines,” these three corrupt Kennedys insinuate that RFK Jr.’s Children’s Health Defense organization, which advocates on behalf of health freedom and vaccine choice, bears responsibility for the so-called “outbreak” of measles that’s been reported throughout the United States. In their view, RFK Jr.’s science-based warnings about the dangers and ineffectiveness of the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella, manufactured by Merck & Co., are a manifestation of “the growing fear and mistrust of vaccines,” which they claim is being “amplified by internet doomsayers” – which they accuse their brother RFK Jr. of being.
“He has helped to spread dangerous misinformation over social media and is complicit in sowing distrust of the science behind vaccines,” they write – or at least they’re being credited with writing by the mainstream media. The reason we say credited, of course, is that this wouldn’t be the first time that an alleged scientific critique was potentially written by ghostwriters from the drug industry pushing an agenda, assuming that’s what’s going on here.
Members of the Kennedy family who are lying about RFK Jr. should be ashamed of themselves
Assuming it’s not, what these three Kennedys are doing to their brother and uncle can still accurately be described as shameful, not to mention wholly dishonest, seeing as how none of RFK Jr.’s labor of love regarding vaccine safety and effectiveness is based on opinion or conjecture. If you don’t believe us, take a look at the Children’s Health Defense website for yourself and decide what you think concerning his work, rather than simply believe his establishment counterparts, all of whom are directly connected to deep state entities working on behalf of special interests, rather than the American public, for whom RFK Jr. has devoted his time and energy.
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, it’s revealed right at the top of the Politico article, is the former chair of the Global Virus Network, a Maryland-based organization that’s all-in for pushing vaccines as “an essential and critical defense against viral disease.” Maeve Kennedy McKean is also the current executive director of Georgetown University‘s Global Health Initiatives, another pro-vaccine sham entity claiming to promote “global health.”
Joseph P. Kennedy II is listed as the current chairman and president of Citizens Energy Corporation, a private energy company that, while it doesn’t necessarily deal with vaccines directly, is cut from the same globalist cloth as the aforementioned organizations for which his other pro-vaccine family members work. It’s important to keep in mind that Joseph P. Kennedy II, as well as Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, are both former politicians who, while functioning as “public servants,” facilitated the goals and agenda of the pro-vaccine establishment.
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