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Robert F. Kennedy Jr sues media outlets AP, Reuters, Washington Post and BBC over COVID-19 Coverage

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Here are all the people advising RFK Jr. To run for President so far.

The article confirms what we've been saying, that he is a republican in the clothing of a democrat.

He is as much a democrat as the senator from Louisiana who bears his uncle's name.
 
He's neither a Republican nor a Democrat. He's an attention-seeking opportunist.
He's a Democrat historically, and currently a populist. I think he truly believes in the stuff he says, whether it's the wacky anti-vaxx crap or his take on the economy, and his views on geopolitics. He actually believes in his positions.


Here are all the people advising RFK Jr. To run for President so far.
The Daily Beast. Ugh. They're the leftist version of Breitbart.

As for the individuals, they're being paid less than a minimum wage worker gets in one year at retail or as a cleaning person. Some seem to have remote ties to Trump's 2016 efforts. One is using cryptocurrency to aid the Ukraine War effort.

Kucinich, first named in the article and said to be the campaign manager, is a pro-single-payer health care, anti Iraq War, pro-Roe v. Wade, pro gun control, pro-LGBTQ rights, anti Patriot Act politician. Not exactly a Republican.

Overall, the campaign seems to be populist.
 
And now Rolling Stone ranks NBC putting Trump on The Apprentice the number 2 worst TV network decision in history. I would have ranked it number 1: The 50 Worst Decisions in TV History
I'd have to agree with you, especially considering that their #1 ranking went to the cancellation of "Freaks and Geeks", which was far less consequential than the damage done by "The Apprentice".

For that matter, that they ranked NBC's cancellation of the original "Star Trek" at #37 (along with CBS cancelling "Gilligan's Island") shows that their judgement on the rankings is pretty poor -- that was a far bigger blunder than cancelling "Freaks and Geeks".
 
I'd have to agree with you, especially considering that their #1 ranking went to the cancellation of "Freaks and Geeks", which was far less consequential than the damage done by "The Apprentice".

For that matter, that they ranked NBC's cancellation of the original "Star Trek" at #37 (along with CBS cancelling "Gilligan's Island") shows that their judgement on the rankings is pretty poor -- that was a far bigger blunder than cancelling "Freaks and Geeks".
Mark Burnett wrecked our republic, by re-making Trump into a successful billionaire
 



Del Bigtree is now a Communications director for the RFK Jr. Campaign. I knew Del Bigtree is notable for appearing in political rallies scaring voters in other parts of the country about vaccine mandates. He is the one making claims that vaccines mandates are like Nazi Germany and made MAGA politicians run with those rants.


 
NY Jets QB Aaron Rodgers being discussed as RFK Jr's VP:

Rodgers eyed as strong VP contender for RFK Jr.

He would likely have to take a leave from the Jets to do this.

Damn and Aaron Rodgers is an odd pick for VP if this is approved. Aaron Rodgers and his allies created political conspiracy theories about Super Bowl Champ Travis Kelce over appearing in a commercial about updating their vaccine status to NFL fans. But some of Aaron Rodgers fans later devolved into making political conspiracy theories about Taylor Swift when the Super Bowl took place. At least Swift and Kelce won their respective events like Swift winning the Grammys and Kelce the Super Bowl.
 
We need to stop this practice of having inexperienced celebrities running for president or other national office. They should learn public service the old fashioned way, by first running for city council or state government, before trying the top office in the country.
 
Do any of you know people who have had a stroke, a heart attack, or died after the covid vax?

No, but then again, we don't really know who got the vax because politicians have worked hard to keep it a secret.

On the other hand I know quite a few people who died from covid who, I found out later, were unvaxed. I got to a point where when someone died and they didn't announce the reason, I could assume it was covid.
 
I think many of the people who died terrible covid deaths on ventilators in American hospitals would have been better off if they had stayed home. It was the medical treatment that killed many not covid.

Death was close to a 90 percent chance if you let them put you on the vent.
 
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I think many of the people who died terrible covid deaths on ventilators in American hospitals would have been better off if they had stayed home. It was the medical treatment that killed many not covid.

Death was close to a 90 percent chance if you let them put you on the vent.
Nope. That's like saying that unsuccessful surgery attempting to piece you back together after a car crash is what killed you, not the car crash itself.

 
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