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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is making millions off his anti-vax crusade

His anti-vax crusade is paved with gold. Robert Kennedy Jr., who rails against vaccines of all types, has pocketed nearly half a million dollars a year from charities he runs and stands to earn millions more from his best-selling screed trashing pandemic czar Anthony Fauci. His biggest haul came from...
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. apologizes for Anne Frank comment

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. apologized Tuesday for invoking Anne Frank's name when comparing COVID-19 vaccine mandates to the holocaust. At a rally in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, Kennedy said, "Even in Hitler Germany, you could, you could cross the Alps into Switzerland. You could hide in an attic like Anne Frank did."
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