Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Highlights Judicial Inaction on Trump and Censorship Concerns Under Biden Administration


In the unfolding narrative of American politics, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an independent presidential candidate, has recently brought to light some compelling arguments regarding the state of democracy in the United States. Kennedy's observations offer a critical examination of the judicial system's findings—or lack thereof—concerning former President Donald Trump and the alleged censorship activities under President Joe Biden's administration.

Kennedy pointed out that no court has found evidence that Trump attempted to steal the election, derail the electoral process, or incite an insurrection. This statement challenges the mainstream narrative and raises questions about the integrity of the accusations leveled against Trump. It underscores a significant gap between public discourse and judicial findings, suggesting a need for a more nuanced understanding of these complex issues.

Furthermore, Kennedy's own experiences with censorship highlight a concerning trend under the Biden administration. He won a lawsuit proving that he was censored, not for spreading misinformation, but for sharing factually correct information deemed inconvenient by the government. This incident introduces the term "malinformation," which refers to accurate information that is suppressed because it does not align with certain political agendas.

The use of "malinformation" as a basis for censorship is alarming, as it indicates a shift towards controlling the narrative at the expense of truth and transparency. Such actions threaten the foundational principles of free speech and open dialogue, which are essential for a healthy democracy.

Kennedy's critique extends beyond individual grievances, touching on broader concerns about media censorship and the decay of free speech. His observations suggest a systematic effort to silence dissenting voices and control the flow of information, which could have far-reaching implications for democratic governance.

The implications of Kennedy's claims are profound, challenging the prevailing narratives about Trump's presidency and raising alarms about the current state of political censorship in the United States. As an independent candidate, Kennedy occupies a unique position, offering perspectives that transcend traditional partisan lines and inviting a reevaluation of what constitutes a threat to democracy.

In light of these revelations, it becomes imperative to scrutinize the mechanisms of censorship and judicial accountability within the political landscape. The distinction between misinformation, disinformation, and malinformation must be clearly understood and addressed to safeguard the principles of free expression and informed citizenship.

As the political discourse continues to evolve, Kennedy's insights serve as a crucial reminder of the ongoing struggles for truth, transparency, and justice in American democracy. The need for vigilant oversight and a commitment to upholding democratic values has never been more apparent.

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  1. How many people actually get to read his comments? Many of the things that I say and put down in text., is so distorted I don’t even know what the actual answers are because they’ve been changed and written over. I agree with Kennedy! Why can’t they let the American people make the decision instead of silencing them.

  2. I am in NH & I believe I am experiencing symptoms of what I just read is called Havanna Syndrome. In response to free speech comments by RFK, the article describing this “syndrome” says that the FBI is using neuronoise directly targetting individuals who aren’t always “pleased” w/ what our gov’t. is doing & speak out in our own circles. Considering the presence & abilities for MANY various people groups w/ agendas of opinion,its a quandry to know if this neuronoise attack is our own US agency or Multinational infiltrator adversaries,or private individuals push marketting for a $ solution that they themselves come up w/ as a “new product design” to treat the problem.
    Nonetheless, it would be WONDERFULL if the electronics industry could design some sort of a neuronoise filter for personal use that can work to counteract this damaging and destructive use of magnetic/ electronic/ static current. Bcuz…it is really a serious challenge to try to function w/ constant humming,buzzing, or high piercing noises running through my head day and night w/ out end. Exhausting.
    And ,if our USA is still a Free Speech Democracy by Republic ,as RFK is trying to point out ,how is the judiciary going to handle this issue of citizen imposition of personal privacy w/ network noise? Because quite frankly my “good neighbor” is at it again right now!

  3. It’s about time that a POLITICAL CANDIDATE actually takes on the current administration for the LACK OF TRANSPARENCY that should never happen. When the FIRST AMENDMENT is barred by the current government and transparency is obscured DEMOCRACY DIES AND SOCIALISM PREVAILS. Candidate Robert Kennedy Jr deserves THE HIGHEST PRAISE for calling the pot a pot and a kettle a kettle.


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