RFK Jr: Biden Censorship Regime ‘Greater Threat’ Than Trump

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. rattled Democratic cages in a CNN interview on Monday. He told host Erin Burnett that he could “make an argument” that President Joe Biden is a “greater threat to democracy” than former President Donald Trump.

This, he explained, is due to the Democrat being the first president in U.S. history to weaponize federal agencies to censor protected political speech.

Kennedy is in a legal entanglement with the Biden administration over the White House request in 2021 that his social media accounts be restricted. The candidate raised the possibility that baseball legend Hank Aaron died due to complications from the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Independent explained, “I can make the argument that President Biden is a much worse threat to democracy, and the reason for that is President Biden is the first candidate in history, the first president in history that has used the federal agencies to censor political speech.”

Kennedy then referenced his own case and said Biden’s censorship of his viewpoint began “37 hours after he took the oath of office.”

He declared that questioning election security is not the worst trait a president may have. 

Instead, it is a chief executive who wields their power to force social media companies to their knees and give access to a host of federal agencies for blatant censorship.

The candidate noted, “Adams and Hamilton and Madison said we put a guarantee of freedom of expression in the First Amendment because all of our other constitutional rights depend on it.”

Kennedy strikes fear into the hearts of Democrats desperate to get the deeply unpopular Biden reelected. He is averaging close to 10% in national polls, the highest figure for a third-party candidate since Ross Perot in 1992.

To make matters much worse for the left, he is siphoning most of his support from the incumbent’s ranks. 

The third-party candidate won an injunction against Biden’s censorship in March. However, it was stayed to get the Supreme Court rulings on a pair of cases before the high court concerning the White House pushing social media companies to censor unfavored content.

Oral arguments in the two cases were presented to justices last month. Lawyers for the plaintiffs asserted the Biden White House coerced platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, now X, to erase postings critical of the government’s response to COVID-19. 

15.Jul
Professional Inciter Psaki Wants GOP To Tone Down Rhetoric After Trump Assassination Attempt

Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki has laughably called on the Republican National Committee to revise the programming for...

14.Jul
FBI Reveals Identity Of Trump Assassination Attempt Suspect

The FBI has identified Thomas Matthew Crooks, 20, of Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, as the gunman in the recent assassination attempt...

13.Jul
Arson Attack On Idaho Gun Store Owned By GOP Candidate Cornel Rasor Sparks Controversy

Authorities are investigating an arson attack on the Army Surplus 1 store in Sandpoint, Idaho, owned by Republican state House...

Please leave your comment below!

*