RFK Jr. Slammed For Saying Covid-19 May Be An Ethnic Bioweapon Built To Target White And Black People | Gateway Experts | by Victor Nieves

RFK Jr. trending on Twitter following a report from the New York Post on Saturday showed a video of the Democratic Presidential candidate saying that Covid-19 may be a race-specific biological weapon.

The video was recorded this week during what Kennedy described as an “off-the-record” conversation and has since gone viral on Twitter.

In the video, Kennedy is heard saying “COVID-19, There’s an argument that it’s ethnically targeted. COVID-19 is hitting certain races disproportionately. COVID-19 is targeted at Caucasians and black people. The people most immune are Ashkenazi Jews and Chinese. We don’t know if it was intentionally targeted or not, but there are papers out there that show racial or ethnic differences and impacts.”

RFK Jr. said that COVID-19 was likely a biological weapon designed to target both white and black people.

He also said that the Chinese and Ashkenazi Jews are the most immune to the Corona virus.

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— Censored Man (@Censored Man) July 15, 2023

Kennedy also alleged in the video that the US and other governments were currently working to create “ethnically targeted biological weapons”. He went on to say, “That’s all the laboratories in Ukraine. They collect Russian DNA, they collect Chinese DNA, so we can target people based on race.”

Left-wing news outlets immediately attacked Kennedy claiming the conversations were anti-Semitic and racist. The usual hysteria with the thought of the police cracking down on Kennedy, claimed he was spewing yet another conspiracy theory.

Since then Kennedy has taken to Twitter in self-defence, criticizing the New York Post report as “false”.

That @nypost the story is wrong. I never suggested that the COVID-19 virus was targeted at saving Jews. I accurately indicated – during off-the-record conversations – that the US and other governments are developing ethnically targeted bioweapons and that the year 2021…

— Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (@RobertKennedyJr) July 15, 2023

Interestingly, it seems that all the criticism leveled at RFK Jr. personal. Neither of those attacks seemed to attempt to prove what he said wrong. We have been lied to about Covid-19 from the start. Could he be right once again?

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