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Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (often RFK Jr.) is an American lawyer, author, and activist in the areas of environment and public health.


RKF Jr. is the son of Robert F. Kennedy, nephew of President John F. Kennedy, and cousin of John F. Kennedy Jr.1)

Vaccine Safety Advocacy

RFK Jr. founded Children's Health Defense to advocate for vaccine safety and litigate against pharmaceutical companies that push dangerous products.

Presidential Run

Kennedy ally Steve Kirsch had started discussing his intentions to create a Super PAC to “draft” Kennedy to run for President as early as January 2023, announcing as much on a January 23 livestream of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF) alongside Robert Malone.2) He followed this up with a February 13 article on his Substack titled “I'm forming a Super PAC to Draft RFK Jr. to run for President”, requesting volunteers.3)

On March 11, 2023, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. published an article on his Substack newsletter calling for funding and volunteers to explore the viability of running for President of the United States.4) The statement coincided with the third anniversary of the World Health Organization's declaration that COVID-19 was officially considered a pandemic.5)


Kennedy has been particularly noted (and vilified) for his stance on vaccine safety.6) His prominent stance on the safety of COVID-19 vaccines has led to him being banned from social media, as well as inclusion on the Disinformation Dozen.7)

Kennedy Jr., R. F. (2018). American Values: Lessons I Learned From My Family. Harper Luxe, An Imprint Of Harpercollins Publishers.
Vaccine Safety Research Foundation. (2023, January 26). Full Episode #64: “Defeat the Mandates Anniversary” with Robert Malone, MD. Rumble.
Kirsch, S. (2023, February 13). I’m forming a Super PAC to Draft RFK Jr. to run for President. Substack.
Kennedy, Jr., R. F. (2023, March 11). Help me decide whether to run for President. Substack.
Kolade, S. (2023, March 11). The World Remembers COVID-19 as Pandemic Marks Third Anniversary. The Michigan Chronicle.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. WikiSpooks. Retrieved March 3, 2022, from
Ahmed, I. (2021). The Disinformation Dozen. Center for Countering Digital Hate.
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