- When Manchester, N.H. Public TV tried to post its video of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr’s NHIOP speech on its YouTube channel, it was banned.
- “YouTube will not allow us to post the video because of controversial vaccination content,” the station told NHJournal.
- RFK, Jr. is well known for advocating views often labeled “conspiracy theories,” including his suggestion that childhood diseases like autism are linked to vaccines. He also spread the debunked conspiracy that the 2004 presidential election was stolen from John Kerry.
- His views on vaccines have gotten him banned from social media in the past. In 2021, he was blocked from Instagram and Facebook over his conspiracy theories involving mRNA vaccines and Microsoft founder Bill Gates.
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