JFK’s Grandson Takes a Stab at Cousin RFK Jr.
In a recent interview, Jack Schlossberg, the grandson of President John F. Kennedy, attacked his cousin Robert F. Kennedy Jr. for his criticism of the COVID-19 vaccines. Schlossberg accused Kennedy Jr. of being “dangerous” and “irresponsible.”
Jack Schlossberg — the son of Caroline Kennedy — gave away the game in his attack on his cousin. He didn’t even attack the COVID remarks, he attacked his cousin for daring to challenge Joe Biden, “the greatest progressive president we’ve ever had.” That’s the real problem here for the Democrats, and Schlossberg made that clear.
Schlossberg said that Biden “shares his grandfather’s vision for America.” He touted his grandfather’s legacy and said it was about “public service and courage.” He then laid out what he said were Biden’s achievements, including “ending” both the war in Afghanistan and COVID. He also claimed that Biden “ended Donald Trump.”
“These are the issues that matter, and if my cousin Bobby Kennedy Jr. cared about any of them, he would support Joe Biden, too,” he argued. “Instead, he’s trading in on Camelot, celebrity, conspiracy theories, and conflict for personal gain and fame. I’ve listened to him. I know him. I have no idea why anyone thinks he should be president. What I do know is, his candidacy is a vanity project.”
Schlossberg’s attack on Kennedy Jr. is a sign of the desperation of the Democratic Party. The party is facing increasing public scrutiny over its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The vaccines have been shown to be safe and effective, but there is a growing movement of people who are questioning the vaccines.
Other Democrats accused RFK Jr. of being antisemitic. Hedenied that charge. He argued he was citing a study, and Democrats were wrongly twisting what he had said.
Kennedy tweeted that he has “never, ever suggested that the COVID-19 virus was targeted to spare Jews.”
“I accurately pointed out — during an off-the-record conversation — that the U.S. and other governments are developing ethnically targeted bioweapons and that a 2021 study of the COVID-19 virus shows that COVID-19 appears to disproportionately affect certain races since the furin cleave docking site is most compatible with Blacks and Caucasians and least compatible with ethnic Chinese, Finns, and Ashkenazi Jews,” he said.