Politico published a piece this week accusing Fauci critic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. of urging guests at his holiday party to be vaccinated in order to attend.
Since the release of his best-seller on Tony Fauci the mainstream media has acted as guardian for the evil little man running the NIAID.
On Saturday we received a response from The Children’s Health Defense on the controversy.
And, Surprise! The media was lying again.
Please see the statement below regarding recent articles on Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Children’s Health Defense.
Robert F. Kennedy released the statement today.
Politico and other news outlets have written near-identical stories regarding a recent holiday party at my home. The angle of these stories is that I required guests to be vaccinated in order to attend. I did not. Children’s Health Defense and I believe that every person has the right to make health decisions free from coercion, threats or force by governments, employers, and fellow citizens. I don’t always agree with the decisions of others, of course, but I always support their liberty to decide for themselves. I extend this respect to everyone including colleagues, friends, and family members. —Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.