RFK Jr. Warns ‘Ugly Precedent’ Was Set With COVID Restrictions

  • Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. warned that U.S. leaders have potentially set an “ugly precedent” that hearkens back to the Civil War when President Lincoln was judicially admonished for suspending habeas corpus.
  • Kennedy told “The Ingraham Angle” during a discussion on the potential for external forces to press for a globalized, restrictive response to the next pandemic, that the U.S. should stand up against such a possibility.
  • “Those efforts already being made. But I’m not as worried about the [World Health Organization] as I am about our own government, because we’ve now established a precedent in this country — they suspended the First Amendment: religion; freedom of association when they did the lockdowns,” he said.
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