Interviews

Oct 25, 2023

Interviews

George Magazine Interview: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Announces His Run as an Independent

Few things are more closely associated than "Kennedy" and "Democrat," but with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s historic announcement that he is leaving the party altogether, the association has come to an abrupt and bittersweet end. Censored and deplatformed for sharing peer-reviewed, statistically significant studies challenging vaccine safety, Kennedy solidified the labels already placed upon him like "conspiracy theorist" and "anti-vaxxer." For some, Kennedy seems like a dangerous candidate based on these stances, but for others, Kennedy has become the poster child illustrating how tyranny does not care what political party one associates with, only that the rules of the game it created are obeyed. Despite some lawmakers calling party switches "opportunistic" in nature, a way to make it easier to get elected in red states, people like Tulsi Gabbard and North Carolina Representative Tricia Cotham made waves with their departures from the Democratic Party: Cotham was a Democrat for years but did not agree with gender-affirming care for minors, among other arguments. She stated that the Democratic Party had "become unrecognizable."But this isn't just about leaving the Democratic Party, not in the least. Kennedy's platform is one of independence from parties altogether. In his speech on October 9th, he laid out the case for how the two-party system is meant to perpetuate division, that if we only associate with our respective parties, it will always be an 'us versus them' mentality. It's hard to unite under that premise.Kennedy has more support than meets the (mainstream media news) eye. Kennedy's run might not be as "longshot" as depicted, having raised $11 million in just six hours following the announcement. Many speculate he will split each party, taking votes from both the Democrats and Republicans. Which political party will be affected most is yet to be seen, but the buzz is all over social media. Read the full interview here.   Watch the video interview below:     If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Oct 11, 2023

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on Government Secrets, Censorship, and How to End Chronic Disease

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. speaks with Aubrey Marcus in front of a live audience to talk about his plans for a Kennedy presidency. They discuss the critical importance of preserving free speech to a healthy democracy, and the crisis of public trust in government and media, and he shares a personal story from his own family about the healing potential of plant medicines.  If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Oct 09, 2023

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Robert Kennedy, Jr. on Full Measure With Sharyl Attkisson

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s run for president might be seen as a logical extension of an American political dynasty. His uncle was President John F. Kennedy. His father was attorney general and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy. Both were assassinated. Another uncle was a lion of the Democrat party, Senator Ted Kennedy. But this Kennedy is running a very different race than his family forefathers. Shunned by his own party, refused Secret Service protection by the Biden administration, Kennedy says he’s being forced to consider a giant move: leaving his political party.   https://youtu.be/oVo-m5UnKWs?feature=shared&t=85 If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Oct 04, 2023

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Interview With Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. For Bitcoin Magazine

In the heart of Manhattan, high above Hudson Yards in a bustling hotel, Bitcoin Magazine’s Editor in Chief, Mark Goodwin, sat down with US presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy Jr. for a candid and engaging interview that shed new light on his political vision. The interview commenced with RFK's assessment of the Democratic Party and the evolving definition of a "Kennedy Democrat." According to him, Kennedy Democrats are rooted in the party's historical values of advocating for the working class, environmental stewardship, anti-war principles, and skepticism towards corporate influence. He emphasized the need to counter the undue influence of financial giants like BlackRock, State Street, and Vanguard, which control a significant portion of the economy, including military contractors, agriculture, and pharmaceuticals. The interview took an intriguing turn as RFK discussed his interest in Bitcoin and the need for financial freedom. He shared how the government's actions during the Ottawa trucker protests, where individuals' bank accounts were closed without due process, sparked his appreciation for the importance of freedom of transaction. RFK expressed his intention to protect Bitcoin, potentially backing the U.S. dollar with cryptocurrencies and other hard assets to provide an alternative to fiat currency. Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) were met with skepticism. RFK argued that they could become instruments of control and warned against their potential to eliminate cash currencies, ultimately giving governments complete control over individuals' financial transactions. Read the full interview here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Sep 28, 2023

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on "Fireside Chat" with Dennis Prager

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. joins Dennis Prager for this episode of "Fireside Chat" to discuss the medical establishment, the CIA, climate change, and more. RFK, Jr. shares where he stands on various hot-button topics and issues relating to war, government, and culture. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Sep 25, 2023

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This Past Weekend With Theo Von

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. joins This Past Weekend w/ Theo Von to talk about his campaign for President of the United States, his ideas for restoring the middle class, how news has changed over the course of history, recent security threats, why he thinks he can beat both Biden and Trump, and what it will take to restore people’s faith in America again. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Sep 23, 2023

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RFK Jr. Criticizes Biden's Border Policies

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. discusses the humanitarian crisis at the southern border and his policy to end the crisis in this interview on Fox News with Jesse Watters. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Sep 15, 2023

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on "The Issue Is: with Elex Michaelson"

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. explains his positions on public health, economic reform, and the humanitarian crisis at the southern border in this interview on "The Issue Is: with Elex Michaelson." If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Sep 14, 2023

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Watch the TigerBelly Interview with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Cheryl Hines

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Cheryl Hines join Bobby Lee and Khalyla for an interview on "TigerBelly." They talk about how they met each other and what has made their relationship last, as well as why RFK, Jr. is now running for president. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Sep 14, 2023

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Dennis Kucinich Joins "Fox & Friends First" to Discuss How the DNC is Undermining the Primary Process

RFK, Jr.'s campaign manager, Dennis Kucinich, joined "Fox & Friends First" to discuss Mr. Kennedy's open letter to the DNC calling for an open and fair primary process, why he believes the DNC and the Biden campaign are one and the same, and how his candidate is fighting to get his voice heard.  Watch the full interview here.  If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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