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ABC News Decides to Censor Interview With Robert Kennedy Jr.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s interview with ABC News on Thursday was reportedly censored in response to his assertions about vaccines.

Kennedy reiterated his objection to the COVID-19 vaccination to Linsey Davis during their interview.

Davis later informed viewers that Kennedy promoted false assertions about the injection.

The segment of the interview when Davis probed Kennedy about his own family’s misgivings with his vaccination stance was broadcast on the network.

During the interview, Davis questioned Kennedy about his assertions that there is a link between vaccinations and autism.

Kennedy, who is one of eleven children, claimed he cannot expect support from all members of his vast family.

His niece Maeve Kennedy McKean and two of his brothers, Kathleen and Joseph II, penned an article that was published in Politico Magazine on May 19, 2019, criticizing his views on vaccinations.

In 2021, Instagram banned Kennedy for his stance over the COVID vaccine.

Kennedy is currently in the double digits among voters, according to recent polls.

The third of Robert F. Kennedy and Ethel Skakel Kennedy’s eleven children, Kennedy was born on January 17, 1954, in Washington, D.C.

He started working as an assistant district attorney in New York City after completing his schooling. Kennedy was a founding member of the environmental group Waterkeeper Alliance, which works to safeguard water resources, in the early 1980s.

Kennedy has been a prominent supporter of environmental problems throughout his career, notably those involving water and air pollution.

Kennedy has worked on environmental issues as well as in politics and government service. He was the chairman of the board of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial as well as a member of the board of directors for the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation. Kennedy has also been involved in a number of well-known legal disputes, such as a winning claim against General Electric over Hudson River pollution.

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