House Minority Leader Claims RFK Jr. Is False Flag Operation

The next in line for Pelosi’s throne, Diverse House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, chastised the Congressional testimony of 2024 presidential candidate RFK Jr. Strangely enough, he lashed out at one of his own. Jeffries characterized the fellow Democrat as a “living, breathing false flag operation.”

He accused the presidential contender of promoting conspiracy theories and racism. He also said RFK Jr. was just a pawn in the Republican effort to topple President Joe Biden. “Why would you give Robert F. Kennedy Jr. a congressional platform to spew his hatred?”

Jeffries said, “Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is a living, breathing false-flag operation. His whole campaign is being run by right-wing political operatives who have one objective. Try to take down President Joe Biden.”

Jeffries spoke out against RFK Jr.’s appearance before the House Committee on “Weaponization of Government.” Kennedy testified before the committee. He examined the GOP’s long-running allegations that the federal government has abused its powers by censoring conservative voices.

Jeffries also accused House GOP members of being run by a “malignant clown show” in reaction to recent hearings. He adds that they peddle “outlandish and out-of-control conspiracy theories.” Kennedy Jr. denies being anti-semitic or racist during the tense hearing on government censorship.

Democrats focused on a particular statement by Kennedy Jr., which compared Covid restrictions to the State of Nazi Germany, which he later apologized for. He also claimed that Covid was “ethically targeted” against white and black Americans.

He continued to suggest Jews and Chinese are the most immune. “We don’t know whether it was deliberately targeted or not, but there are papers out there that show the racial and ethnic differential and impact.” Kennedy Jr. made this comment without citing any specific, reliable sources.

He made further claims suggesting China was spending hundreds of millions on developing “ethnic bioweapons” and the U.S. was developing similar weapons. RFK Jr. said, “I’m subject to this new form of censorship, which is targeted propaganda.” He has said he is not anti-vax but a vaccine skeptic.

Jeffries resented that Republicans would give Kennedy a congressional platform as someone who “peddles antisemitic tropes and baseless xenophobic conspiracy theories.” He continues, “Which together are directed at the Jewish community and the Chinese American community, is unbelievable.”