Robert F. Kennedy Jr., nephew of former US President John F. Kennedy, lashed out again on a television show against the Covid-19 vaccine and affirmed that this has killed more people now that all the vaccines that have been developed in the last 30 years.
In interview for Tucker Carlson Today on Fox News, the recognized environmental lawyer cited information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC, for its acronym in English) are, however, incomplete data that, although they report adverse effects to vaccines, do not specify that these have been the cause of death of the people.
With various impressions, Kennedy insisted that more than 17 thousand people have died due to the vaccine against Covid-19, which represented more than the cases of deaths derived from vaccines developed in the last 30 years. “This vaccine is killing more people than all vaccines combined“, he sentenced.
These statements are given in the middle of the ddebate in the United States on the mandatory nature of the vaccine against Covid-19 mainly in government instances and some companies, which subscribe to the speech of the anti-vaccine movement, which has been in charge of spreading false information on the emergency biologics developed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Kennedy has social problems for spreading ‘fake news’
This is not the first time that former President John F. Kennedy’s nephew has voiced his position on vaccines. In social networks he usually supports Conspiracy theories, like those that They accuse pharmaceutical companies of generating autism with his doses, in addition, he recently launched the book “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health“, in whiche accuses Anthony Faucci of “intentionally spoiling the pandemic”.
In addition, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has constantly had problems with the social networks owned by Meta (formerly Facebook), since in February of this year Instagram vetoed it for sharing repeatedly Discredited claims about coronavirus or vaccines.
Meanwhile, Media Matters reports that in the case of Facebook, a 2019 study found that Children’s Health Defense, Kennedy’s organization, along with another so-called Stop Mandatory Vaccination, They were responsible for 54 percent of anti-vaccine ads circulating on Facebook.
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