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RFK, Jr.: Induced COVID-19 fears could result in 'complete obliteration of critical thinking'

Political activist Robert Kennedy Jr. warned that a "society in fear" due to the COVID-19 pandemic could result in the "complete obliteration of critical thinking."

Kennedy, who spoke at the Ron Paul Institute's conference, noted that only a small fraction of the individuals comprising the CDC's COVID-19 death total died primarily from COVID-19.

"Among 378,048 death certificates from 2020 listing COVID-19 as a cause of death, 5.5% listed COVID-19 without codes for any other conditions," according to the CDC.

"The people who died, 96% of them, had almost 400 reasons that might have killed them," Kennedy said during a session titled the Pandemic and the Road to Totalitarianism. "You know, the manipulation of the death certificates. The manipulation of the PCR test.

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