Hundreds rallied at Times Square in NYC Saturday
Oct. 16 to protest mandatory vaccines, and the
bifurcation of society into Vaxxed and Vax-Nots.
Rita Palmer, John Gilmore, Mary Holland, and then
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. addressed the crowd.
Kennedy's speech, which I've excerpted here,
dissected what he called the destruction of the
U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights – an end
to U.S. democracy. Along the way, Kennedy spoke
of the role of the CIA in battling his family for
60 years, and in overthrowing foreign governments.
I thought this speech was noteworthy, as RFK went
through Pfeiser's recent data submission to the
Food and Drug Administration in some detail and explanation.
Robert Kennedy Jr. also noted the American Civil
Liberties Union’s selection of Anthony Fauci for
its annual Constitution Champion award. RFK -- a
law professor -- reviewed point by point the
sections of the Bill of Rights that have come
under attack these past few years. (I remember
William Kunstler doing something similar in the early 1990s.)
I was one of only two people in the crowd
estimated at 500 who chose to wear a mask. (The
NY Post said it was larger. It may have been, but
that's what I counted at one point.) The
multiracial crowd appeared to be respectful of my
choice, and was not met with any hostility for wearing a mask there.
I submitted this report for WBAI radio.
This is an edited version for broadcast purposes
(feel free to air it!). I can make his full
speech available to you without editing if you are interested.
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