Below is a brief Forbes piece discrediting Robert Kennedy, Jr. The key sentence is the following:
“This week he posted to his Instagram account a photo of Gates with the wild words ‘The digitalized economy? We get rid of cash and coins. We give you a chip. We put all your money in your chip. If you refuse a vaccine, we turn off the chip and you starve!’”
I knew Kennedy is untrustworthy when I fact-checked his video, “The Real Anthony Fauci” and discovered that at the very beginning of the video: Kennedy, setting the stage for what the video will prove, makes a serious, factually untrue statement, which he has never subsequently corrected. If you are going to expose the mainstream media and medical establishment for propagating false narratives; then you yourself, Kennedy, better be impeccably truthful.
Kennedy has been on the receiving end of “hit-job,” ad hominem attacks, charging Kennedy with intentionally conspiring to harm children. These attacks, which I have seen in the mainstream media, are no less irresponsible than the ad hominem attacks on Bill Gates, accusing him of conspiring with “the Globalist” to reduce world population through genocide, using mutated mosquitoes, chem trails, and secret chips in vaccines, which will be activated to kill people one day via a worldwide 5G signal.
If the Forbe’s piece is accurate, it looks like Kennedy has joined those crazy conspiracy narratives. Kennedy is fair game for a fair and factual rebuttal of his crazy narratives. But targeting him with ad hominem attacks (that his intention is to harm children) just makes the mud-slinging mutual, and obfuscates the genuine issues.
There is a very real issue of mercury in vaccines, which for decades has been denied, and “debunked” by the medical establishment, which claims the mercury is a safe preservative, despite the EU having banned mercury from vaccines. As an irresponsible dissenter, Kennedy’s shadow falls on those of us whose dissent is sound and solid.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., son of Attorney General and Senator Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy, has a documented history of promoting debunked theories about vaccines, specifically a discredited link with autism, and has even been called out for it by other members of the Kennedy clan.
This week he posted to his Instagram account a photo of Gates with the wild words “The digitalized economy? We get rid of cash and coins. We give you a chip. We put all your money in your chip. If you refuse a vaccine, we turn off the chip and you starve!”
Also uploaded with the photo were separate videos of Gates speaking about making vaccinations a high priority with other clips that reference identity control that appear to link a coronavirus vaccine with controlling or tracking people with microchips.
The conspiracy theory that Gates plans to install tracking devices into humans with the coronavirus vaccine his foundation is aiding has been debunked by experts but has still continued to gain traction in some circles since the onset of the pandemic.
Marla Maples, President Donald Trump’s ex-wife and mother to their daughter Tiffany, for the most part stays out of the D.C. spotlight, but made a rare statement when she shared Kennedy’s post, adding the words “Education is key. Ask questions. Dig deeper,” when she shared it on Instagram’s temporary Stories—though it is no longer available to view on her profile, it was screenshotted and posted by CNN reporter Betsy Klein on Twitter.
Gates has denied the accusations, saying in an interview with CBS in July that “I hope it’ll die down as people get the facts,” and according to The Daily Beast, Maples did not respond to a comment request by the outlet.