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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., board chair and lead counsel, Children's Health Defense: "And that's who we're dealing with today, people who have that arrogance of power, people who believe they can get away with anything, including destroying the lives of our children."
The mainstream media want Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., son of former U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy, labeled a vaccine denier.
But his record as a skilled litigator, who has beaten back chemical giant Monsanto, speaks for itself.
Kennedy has authored and/or edited ten books. His most recent book, The Real Anthony Fauci, is a bestseller on Amazon and now is a feature-length film.
While the data-packed book has found a wide audience, the film is likely to be even more popular.
Kennedy: "The disturbing story unfolds here — has never been told — and many in power have worked hard to prevent the public from learning it. The principal character is Anthony Fauci."
Producer Jeff Hays' two-hour film documents all the horrors Americans have been enduring for nearly three years, uncovering Fauci's role in the global pandemic.
From the double-masking recommendations to the unreliable PCR tests, The Real Anthony Fauci is a reminder of how Americans were manipulated.
Kennedy: “In comes Tony Fauci, the savior of the West, promoting these actions: lockdowns, masking, etc. This was my impression of him because I had already been dealing with him for 17 years, and I had a skepticism about him because I knew that he was the architect of agency capture within the public health agencies."
The assembled images and testimony are powerful. Seeing incident after incident, for example, of young, male athletes dropping on the field is not just horrifying but may be evidence of potential crimes.
And potential crimes continue. On Thursday, a CDC advisory panel voted unanimously to include the COVID vaccine on the agency's recommended vaccination schedule for children six months and older.