Robert Kennedy Jr on “Censorship”

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Robert Kennedy Jr explaining what “vaccine misinformation” really means.

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“You think about this…”

I got expelled from Instagram because of “vaccine misinformation.” Instagram and Facebook cannot point to one single erroneous statement that I ever made.

Everything we post is vetted, sourced, and cited from government databases and peer-reviewed publications.

When they use the phrase “vaccine misinformation,” they mean ANY statement that differs from official government policies and pharmaceutical industry profiteering. It has nothing to do with whether it’s true or false; it only has to do with political implications.

And who is doing this censorship? It’s government officials in league with Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin from Google, and all of these internet titans.

They have engineered not only the destruction of our democracy and our civil rights, but they have engineered the biggest shift of wealth in human history. 3.8 Trillion dollars from working people to these handful of billionaires – many of them from Silicon Valley.

This pandemic has impoverished the world and created 500 new billionaires, and those are the people who are strip-mining our economies and making themselves rich, and is it a coincidence that these are the same people who are censoring criticism of government policies and are bringing them trillions of dollars?

People aren’t stupid. We can see what’s happening.

We can ask the question Cui bono? (to whom does it benefit)

And the answer is people who are benefiting are the people who are squeezing away our constitutional rights, and engineering the destruction of democracy worldwide.”

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