RFK Jr Reports “Organized Conspiracy”

In a podcast interview with Lex Fridman, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a Democrat presidential candidate,  described the media’s role as propaganda instruments for governmental agencies and operating to censor those who dissented during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Fridman inquired about the mechanism by which the CIA changed the narrative after hearing Kennedy go on at length about the insurmountable evidence that the CIA was involved in the murders of Kennedy’s uncle and father.

Kennedy described the close ties that publications like Salon, Daily Beast, the Daily Kos, and Rolling Stone have to the intelligence establishment and the individuals who manage them. 

He went on to say that he believes journalism as a whole has brought disgrace on itself in the last few years. The major American dailies, network television, and the established media have all broken with convention.  They previously held that journalists should always seem deeply skeptical of any kind of centralized control, including government. Their duty was to stand up for what was right and defend the First Amendment.  Manipulating the people while working with established authorities makes one complicit in authoritarian control rather than a threat to it. In a free society, it works against the principles of journalism.   

According to reports, the Democrat presidential contender will speak next Thursday at a Senate committee hearing on the topic of government censorship

According to the committee’s website, Kennedy Jr. is one of three witnesses scheduled to speak before the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government. 

Special Assistant Attorney General D. John Sauer from the Louisiana Department of Justice and Breitbart News writer Emma-Jo Morris are among the other witnesses. 

The lawsuit filed by the Biden administration against Missouri regarding the state’s gun rights statutes, as well as the suspicions of collusion between big internet corporations and government agencies, are slated to be discussed during the subcommittee’s hearing.