RFK Jr. Delivers In-Depth Overview of Vaccines and Childhood Injuries and Disease on Joe Rogan Podcast – Children’s Health Defense 6/21/23

Source: ChildrensHealthDefense.org

In an appearance last week on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Robert F. Kennedy Jr. laid out the case for thorough, scientifically sound safety testing of vaccines and greater transparency on the part of agencies responsible for approving and recommending the vaccines.

The show began trending on Twitter hours after the broadcast and continued driving heavy traffic for days afterward.

Kennedy, founder and chairman on leave from Children’s Health Defense (CHD), devoted most of the three-hour interview with Rogan to explaining why, after decades of successfully litigating cases against environmental polluters, he was compelled to take on Big Pharma, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration — initially, over the issue of mercury in vaccines.

It all started when a group of persistent women “scolded” him into reading the science on mercury in vaccines, and its impact on children’s neurological health and development.

He did. And what he discovered was enough to convince him that despite efforts by public health authorities to dismiss the women as “crazy,” they weren’t.

“They didn’t look crazy to me and they were rational,” Kennedy said. “They weren’t excitable and they had done their research. And I was like, I should be listening to these people even if they’re wrong. Somebody needs to listen to them.”

At the outset of the interview, Rogan admitted he previously dismissed Kennedy as a “fringy thinking, almost conspiracy theorist-type person,” because Rogan had bought into the narrative that vaccines were one of the “most important medical advancements in human history, saved countless lives, protected children.”

That was before he did his own homework — including reading Kennedy’s bestseller, “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health.”

After reading the book, which contains more than 2,200 citations, Rogan said, he wondered if it was “possible this guy’s telling the truth? Is this possible that everyone that I know that had these strong opinions of you, that most of them, at least, were like me — they had formed these opinions through a glance at a headline, someone talking about you on a television show?”

Rogan said it wasn’t until the pandemic that he first started questioning the official narrative on vaccines, especially COVID-19 vaccines, and related public policies and narratives.

Rogan acknowledged the mainstream media’s boycott of Kennedy and his views and proceeded to allow Kennedy to speak, uninterrupted, on the topic….

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