Robert F. Kennedy Jr: 'I have a lot of conversations with dead people'
Conspiracy theorist and 2024 Democratic candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., recently said he has "conversations with dead people," The Guardian reports.
Son of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy (D-NY), and nephew of former President John F. Kennedy — who were both assassinated in the 1960s — the proud anti-vaxxer spoke with the Free Press about "how he thought his father and uncle would tackle challenges facing America today."
Kennedy said, "I do meditations every day," adding, "That's kind of the nature of my meditations. I have a lot of conversations with dead people."
Per The Guardian, the 2024 hopeful followed up with the Free Press via text, saying, "They are one-way prayers for strength and wisdom. I get no strategic advice from the dead."
Regarding his decision to run against President Joe Biden, Kennedy insisted the Democratic Party has become "a war party … the party of the neocons," adding, "It's become the party of Wall Street and the party of censorship, which, I think [is] antithetical to liberal values."
Furthermore, the longtime lawyer said he "always liked" the Biden, but insisted the president is "a function of a system that a growing majority of Americans don't trust."
He emphasized, "There are people who are angry, and they deserve to be angry, and either Trump is going to sign them up, Donald Trump, for a ride into the darkness, or we can try to capture that energy and turn it into something positive for our country, something that is reflective of the highest ideals of the American experience."
The Guardian's full report is available at this link.
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