RFK says the truth is suppressed and the public is misled in order to protect the interests of powerful corporations.
The book “The Real Anthony Fauci,” Robert F. Kennedy Jr. calls out a chilling narrative of corruption and deceit at the highest levels of government and the pharmaceutical industry. The book delves into the dark side of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s decades-long tenure as the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
One of the most terrifying aspects of the book is the revelation that Dr. Fauci and his colleagues may have been involved in a global cover-up of the true origins of COVID-19. Kennedy suggests that the virus may have been developed in a lab as part of a “gain-of-function” research project funded by the U.S. government. This theory, if true, would imply that the pandemic could have been prevented, and the subsequent global devastation could have been avoided. I assume this is true considering RFK has not been sued for anything he claims in his book.
Another horrifying aspect of the book is the suggestion that Dr. Fauci and his associates may have suppressed and discredited alternative treatments for COVID-19, such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin. Kennedy claims that these treatments were ignored and even demonized in favor of more expensive and potentially dangerous drugs developed by pharmaceutical companies with close ties to Dr. Fauci. The book also exposes the cozy relationship between Dr. Fauci and the pharmaceutical industry. Kennedy alleges that Dr. Fauci has been heavily influenced by Big Pharma, and his decisions as a public health official have been guided by the interests of these corporations rather than the well-being of the public. This relationship has led to a system where profits are prioritized over public health, with potentially devastating consequences.
“The Real Anthony Fauci” presents a chilling picture of a corrupt and self-serving public health establishment, where the truth is suppressed and the public is misled in order to protect the interests of powerful corporations. The book raises important questions about the integrity of our public health institutions and the need for greater transparency and accountability in the decision-making process.
Patriots input: RFK is running for president as an independent. He has kissed the wall for Israel, as almost every politician has. Though he still is the most interesting candidate I would like to see in office.