RFK Jr Vows to Shut Down Biden’s Green Agenda, End Big Pharma Advertising

Democrat presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. took aim at President Joe Biden’s failing policies during a fiery town hall event in New York City.

During the campaign event in Brooklyn on Thursday, Kennedy galvanized supporters with hot-button topics like Big Pharma, Biden’s climate agenda, and bringing back the Gold Standard.

RFK Jr. told the crowd he would shut down Biden’s green agenda and warned that the Democrat president’s “carbon capture” plan is a “boondoggle.”

Kennedy said it is part of “Biden’s environmental climate program” which he warns is “a way of funneling subsidies to the carbon industry.”


Kennedy also took on the pharmaceutical industry and vowed to end Big Pharma advertising.

“I’m running against the entire infrastructure, including the intelligence agencies, including big agriculture, including the big pharmaceutical companies, and the media who is either aligned with the DNC or largely dependent on pharmaceutical advertising,” he said.

“And they know that on day one, I am signing an executive order banning pharmaceutical advertising,” he declared to cheers from the audience.

“They will never support me.

“They’re always going to be against me because I’m going to cost them money.”


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Kennedy also pledged to return the United States to the Gold Standard.

He cited the work of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy.

“My uncle…recognized that fiat currency was the currency of war…

“I’m going to issue a series of treasury notes that are rooted in base currency, including bitcoin, silver, gold, platinum, and other base currencies, at least partially, so that Americans will have an option of buying T-bills and attaining assets that are rooted to base currency so that they’re more of a hedge against inflation and that will inject discipline into the market.”


He also addressed New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ response to the migrant crisis.

Kennedy noted that most border crossers do not have asylum claims, including some of the 100,000 migrants who have arrived in New York City so far.

After fielding a question from a crowd of about 800 attendees in a Brooklyn warehouse, Kennedy was asked about his plan to handle the migrants already in the United States if elected president.

Kennedy began by recalling his own trip to the southern border in Arizona earlier this summer.

“This is a huge, heartbreaking humanitarian crisis,” Kennedy said.

“And because I watched them come over the border.

“I watched in a two-hour period, 300 people come over the border.

“Only two of the families I watched that night between two to four in the morning were from Latin America.”

The crowd appeared to be mostly Democrat voters who wanted an end to the Obama-Biden White House.

However, some expressed concerns that the Democrat establishment would stop Kennedy from advancing in the primary.

“I think we really need maverick voices, I suspect the Democratic Party will really try to crush and destroy him, as they did with Bernie Sanders, and as they did with Tulsi [Gabbard],” a voter name Sare told Fox News of Kennedy.

“I don’t know what’s gonna happen.

“I would hope he ends up running as an independent ultimately.”

“I think the nation is weary of war, which is probably why Kennedy is the leading Democratic candidate and Trump is the Republican candidate,” she said.

“I think the number one issue is avoiding thermonuclear war.

“I think we’re much closer than people realize.

“I don’t think the Biden administration has a clue what they’re doing.

“They’re unbelievably arrogant and ignorant.”

READ MORE: Robert F Kennedy Jr Puts Biden on Notice by Surging in New Poll

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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