RFK Jr: JFK Was ‘Fighting’ to End ‘Military-Industrial Complex’ When He Was Killed

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has warned that his uncle, former President John F. Kennedy, was trying to end the “military-industrial complex” when he was assassinated.

Speaking during a new interview with Piers Morgan, RFK Jr. also stated that his father, Robert F. Kennedy, was also battling the same forces when he was killed.

The topic of his uncle and father was brought up when Morgan asked Kennedy, a Democrat 2024 presidential candidate, what impact it had on him to lose them both at such a young age.

“I think it had impact on the world,” Kennedy responded.

“I think my father and uncle were fighting against the emergence of the military-industrial complex.

“Their deaths really marked a fork in the road for our country and the rest of the world where we started down this road toward corporatism which I call the corrupt merger of state and corporate power.”


Kennedy followed up his comment by stating that “President Eisenhower warned us about four days before my uncle took office and that’s the rise of the military-industrial complex which has turned America into a warfare state abroad and a surveillance state at home.”

As the interview progressed, however, RFK Jr. was swift;y censored when his comments conflicted with the current corporate media narratives.

The interview was cut short when Kennedy started to talk about the dangers of vaccines.


(Article by Frank Bergman republished from slaynews.com)

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