According to reports, during a town hall on NewsNation, Democrat presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy Jr. declined to promise his support to whoever wins the 2024 Democrat primary and would not rule out voting for a Republican against President Joe Biden.
The moderator, Elizabeth Vargas, asked if Kennedy would pledge to back Biden or whoever becomes the Democrat nominee for president.
Kennedy replied he would not do that. And when asked again, he said he didn’t know what he would do.
Kennedy said that he would wait to see what unfolds in this race. To see if people adhere to Democratic values by having discussions and debates.
Vargas asked Kennedy if he would support a Republican or run as an independent if he lost the Democrat primary and the eventual winner didn’t uphold Democratic values. Kennedy responded by saying that he planned to win the election and he didn’t have a backup plan.
During the town hall, Kennedy also expressed pride in former President Donald Trump’s praise of him, as Trump aims to unite all Americans.
According to a report, RFK Jr. also debated the suggested ‘science’ behind vaccines.
After a conversation with Dr. Fauci, in which he promised to provide RFK with the data, RFK Jr. sued the HHS and revealed that none of the 70+ vaccines on the childhood vaccine schedule had undergone a pre-licensing, double-blind, placebo-controlled health and safety test.
In addition, RFK explained that Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (DTP) vaccination caused a tenfold increase in the mortality rate of African girls compared to the rate of natural mortality. Girls who received the vaccine were protected against contracting diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus, but they were more likely to get and die from other diseases and illnesses, such as malaria.
RFK Jr. concluded by saying that the United Kingdom does not advocate for the vaccination of its population against chickenpox. Because in the short term, it may protect against chickenpox, but in the long run, it produces shingles, a disease that is twenty times deadlier than chickenpox.