RFK Jr. has stated time and time again that the CIA is behind many major conspiracies, including the assassination of his own uncle. RFK Jr. also says the CIA has infiltrated the ranks of many major media outlets, including Rolling Stone, The Daily Beast, and The Washington Post.
"There [was] a provision of the CIA charter that [said] that the CIA cannot propagandize the American people," RFK Jr. recently stated, adding that Barack Hussein Obama repealed that ban in 2016.
"That essentially reopened the door for Operation Mockingbird and the CIA began once again to propagandize the American people – Operation Mockingbird was an operation to compromise American journalists," he added.
(Related: A few months back, both RFK Jr. and Ron Paul called out the CIA for both the JFK assassination and the COVID "pandemic.")
Commentator Dave Rubin drew attention to these and other statements RFK Jr. has made as of late in a video – watch below – piecing together all the names that RFK Jr. has named as co-conspirators in pushing propaganda on the masses.
"High-level intelligence officials or people associated with the intelligence industry are running those journals," RFK Jr. maintains about many of the most popular corporate media outlets.
"Noah Schlackman who runs Rolling Stone ... Daily Beast was run by John Avalon (who) has ties to the intelligence agencies. Even journals like the Smithsonian and National Geographic, Nature, The Washington Post, The New York Times appear to be compromised by the CIA."
Revelations contained in the Twitter Files further reveal that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is also involved in steering the "news" right alongside the CIA. Both agencies, RFK Jr. says, were "operating portals within Twitter and Facebook that allowed them to manipulate information and to de-platform people, and to ... silence certain people that they didn't like."
"Today, the CIA is the biggest funder of journalism in the world," RFK Jr. declared.
These are powerful statements of the kind that led to an untimely end for RFK Jr.'s uncle, the late President John F. Kennedy. Like that Kennedy, this one is unafraid to tell it like it is, even at great risk to himself and his family.
"He is a national treasure for speaking the truth about our corrupt government," wrote someone on YouTube about RFK Jr. "It's a shame the Democrats won't let him have a platform."
Another expressed serious concern about the clear and present danger our country faces – a danger that has been ever-present for many decades, in fact, and that is gearing up to launch its final endgame for humanity.
"If the Democrats won't allow him to debate or be heard, how is that not election interference?" asked another about this gross miscarriage of the law.
"We are living in the days where the famous William Casey quote has come true: 'When everything the U.S. public believes is true is a lie, our job will be done,'" wrote another.
"When the state grows big enough to touch every facet of life, all reporting becomes increasingly dependent on the state, and access media becomes state media," said another.
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