Megyn Kelly Show | by Megyn Kelly | March 21, 2022
Megyn Kelly is joined by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., best-selling author and environmental lawyer, for an in-depth, two-part episode. In part one, they discuss overcoming disabilities and adversity, childhood vaccines, mercury and autism, the scientific evolution on vaccines, Dr. Anthony Fauci’s history and power, how Fauci handled the AIDS epidemic, how Fauci got to his current high salary, the COVID lab leak theory and evidence, the crackdown on speculation about the lab leak early in the pandemic, Bill Gates’ work in Africa, Big Pharma’s power, tech censorship, choosing gratitude over complaining and victimhood, the story behind his voice, and more.
Megyn Kelly is joined by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., best-selling author and environmental lawyer, for an in-depth, two-part episode. In part two, they discuss tech censorship, the U.S. record on COVID, the backlash he and his wife Cheryl Hines received after Kennedy’s freedom rally comments, his marriage and how Larry David helped him meet his wife, “turnkey totalitarianism,” the importance of taking risks, social media addiction and Big Tech-caused polarization, the division of the 60s vs. today, CIA’s connection to the JFK and RFK assassinations, stories about growing up Kennedy and playing outside without technology, the state of the Democratic party and whether he still considers himself a Democrat, American foreign policy today, overcoming adversity and loss, the importance of raising brave children, forgiveness (even for the man convicted of killing his dad), Marilyn Monroe, and more.