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Robert Kennedy is completely missing the boat if he doesn’t see the enormous value of livestreaming every single day
And so are the rest of the Presidential candidates.
But here I’m focusing on Kennedy. He’s perhaps the most articulate of the whole bunch.
And he’s the most widely censored.
And he speaks about many issues. Guns, climate change, the border, the CIA, the war in the Ukraine, the death of the middle class, the enormous wealth transfer during COVID, the COVID vaccine, other vaccines, Big Pharma, the destruction of children’s health, autism, censorship…
Where is he talking about all these issues? Major media are blacking him out, so he’s jumping from podcast to podcast, interview to interview.
He needs to establish his own online bully pulpit—a livestream—and use it in depth every single day between now and Election Day 2024.
To talk to millions of people.
He stands for reason, rationality, investigation of deep issues…doesn’t he? Isn’t that his pitch? Isn’t that what he’s going after? Isn’t he trying to introduce a new level of discourse into the campaign?
The tool is right there in front of him. Livestream.
On a platform that won’t censor him.
THAT is how he can create momentum.
THAT is how can be what he wants to be.
He speaks directly to the American people. No filter.
He can do these daily talks from anywhere in the country, as he goes on the road and holds live events.
Is his campaign manager, Dennis Kucinich, living in 1980? Doesn’t he see the value of the livestream bully pulpit?
Here’s an idea. Kennedy devotes several days on his livestream talking directly TO Putin and Zelensky about ending the war. Why not? And not as a brush off with a few platitudes. This is Kennedy going into detail about the real background of the war, and the US intelligence community’s participation in it.
“Today I’m going to talk to you, President Zelensky, about George Soros’ extensive role in the destruction of your country…”
How about this? “I’m Robert Kennedy and I’m running for President. It’s possible one my rivals will be Gavin Newsom. I want to talk about Gavin and how he laid waste to California. For instance, during COVID, it was ‘lock down the state, open the border.’ Does that make sense? Perhaps to someone who is insane or incompetent…”
Kennedy could spend a few WEEKS talking about the COVID vaccines. Piling up the evidence against them.
And don’t you think huge numbers of people would want to listen to Kennedy discuss, IN DEPTH AND GREAT DETAIL, his view on how the CIA killed his uncle and father?
What about the many lawsuits he’s filed on environmental issues? Real ones. What about his monumental and successful effort to clean up the Hudson River? Americans know very little about his work in these areas. Which is miles beyond what any other Presidential candidate has accomplished.
Bully pulpit. Livestream. Day after day.
Would Kennedy want to tell his life story? For example, his days as a heroin addict? And how he recovered and climbed out of that hole? Do you think Americans might be riveted by listening to THAT?
Right now, he’s like a carpenter without a hammer. He’s running all over town borrowing hammers (appearing on people’s podcasts). But he’s got his own hammer. It’s right in front of him.
Kucinich, Kennedy’s campaign chief, should spend his time publicizing the livestream, doing everything he can to build up the audience for it.
The aura of a Kennedy running for President is perfectly matched by the glow of livestream. This medium is made for major speakers who can talk story to the people.
Come on, Kennedy. Wake up. You want this to be your moment.
Your hammer is waiting. Pick it up.
-- Jon Rappoport
Episode 49 of Rappoport Podcasts—“The Theatrical Stage Play called Election Campaign 2024; what it’s REALLY all about; Trump, Kennedy, and mind manipulators; Archetypes of candidates play their roles, and the American people are fooled again”—is now posted on my substack. It’s a blockbuster. To listen to this podcast, click here. To learn more about This Episode of Rappoport Podcasts, click here.