Robert Kennedy, Jr.'s Takes A Stand On Vaccinations

Robert Kennedy, Jr. was a guest on Good Day LA to talk about water conservation in California. You can watch that entire interview here.

During the interview, Steve Edwards asked him about his take on vaccinations. He's taken a stand on the issue, and all six of his kids have been vaccinated.

Kennedy said, "I want to see everybody vaccinated. I want us to have government policies that maximize and incentivize vaccine coverage."


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He would like to see safe vaccines, which he says is to get the mercury out of them. He says the corruption at the CDC is the only reason we're not doing that. The vaccine companies have asked CDC to allow them to do it, and they've done it for the pediatric vaccines in 2003, but that same year they put mercury in flu vaccines, which were being given to pregnant women.

It was such an important issue, Kennedy could only cover this in a short amount of time, so he and asked to come back on the show at a later time and discuss the issue further.

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