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RFK Jr. Comes Out Against Proposed Gaza Ceasefire

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an independent presidential candidate, reportedly reiterated his opposition to any sort of cease-fire in Gaza and cited the actions of the allied forces in the 1940s to combat Nazi Germany.

On Thursday, Kennedy participated in “Piers Morgan Uncensored” and articulated his perspective.

“I would say that hostages have to be returned and Hamas has to be disarmed, or else how can you have a peace?” Kennedy remarked.

Morgan intervened, inquiring as to the candidate’s strategy for disarming Hamas.

“We’re not sure how many are left but certainly thousands of them. When they’re embedded now in refugee camps amongst hundreds of thousands of civilians, millions of them. And so, every time you … launch an offensive against them, as we saw with the apparent targeted attack of two Hamas terrorists in the Rafah camp, and as you saw with the rescue of these hostages.” Morgan said.

“At what point does this desperation to eliminate the last members of Hamas get overtaken by the sheer volume of civilians being killed in the process, which I cannot believe will do anything longer term than ferment the ideology that drove Hamas in the first place,” he continued.

“Roosevelt said we have to denazify Germany and if we don’t denazify Germany … the Nazis are gonna rise up and do the same thing again. Churchill did not want an unconditional surrender for the Nazis. He said, ‘We’re gonna have to kill too many civilians to do that and everybody will fight for the death,’ but Roosevelt won that argument,” Kennedy said in response.

“We killed about 2 million Germans during World War II in order to get to Berlin and denazify it. Today, Germany is the richest country in Europe, it’s one of the most powerful economies in the world. I think it’s the fourth most powerful and nobody’s scared of Germany because it’s a peaceful country.” he concluded.

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