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COVID was genetically created -- Robert F Kennedy Jr. exposes

In a recent press event held at an Upper East Side restaurant, Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. ignited a storm of controversy by espousing baseless conspiracy theories surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kennedy made alarming claims suggesting that the virus was a genetically engineered bioweapon, potentially “ethnically targeted” to spare specific groups such as Ashkenazi Jews and Chinese people.

Speaking at Tony’s Di Napoli on East 63rd Street, Kennedy asserted, “COVID-19. There is an argument that it is ethnically targeted. COVID-19 attacks certain races disproportionately. COVID-19 is targeted to attack Caucasians and black people. The people who are most immune are Ashkenazi Jews and Chinese.”

Kennedy went on to acknowledge that the deliberate targeting of specific ethnicities remains uncertain but cited unspecified papers allegedly showcasing racial or ethnic disparities and impacts related to COVID-19.

Disturbingly, Kennedy also claimed that more sinister biological weapons with a staggering “50% infection fatality rate” were in development, surpassing the severity of COVID-19.

He further alleged that China was investing hundreds of millions of dollars in the development of ethnic bioweapons, collecting DNA from Russians and Chinese citizens for the purpose of targeting individuals based on their race.

While there is a consensus among several US intelligence agencies that COVID-19 originated from a lab in Wuhan, China, there is no credible evidence to support Kennedy’s assertions that the virus was designed to spare certain religious or ethnic groups. Kennedy failed to present any scientific studies or research to substantiate his claims.

Kennedy’s remarks drew sharp criticism from Jewish organizations, with Morton Klein, President of the right-leaning Zionist Organization of America, denouncing the conspiracy theories as “crazy” and devoid of any logical foundation.

Klein, who had previously advised Kennedy on Israel-related matters and considered him a “good friend,” expressed his concern over Kennedy’s unsettling statements.

It is important to note that Robert F. Kennedy Jr., 69, is running as a Democratic candidate for president, albeit facing considerable odds against incumbent President Biden.

Kennedy, the son of former Attorney General Robert Kennedy and nephew of former President Kennedy, has caused significant controversy with his propagation of unfounded COVID-19 conspiracy theories, which run counter to the prevailing scientific consensus.

As the nation grapples with the ongoing pandemic and endeavors to promote public health, the dissemination of baseless and divisive theories by public figures only serves to undermine efforts to combat the virus and foster unity in society.