Wednesday News Round Up – RFK Jr. Proposes Healing Farms to Replace Mass Incarceration Program Started by President Biden
“Prisons are now the biggest industry in rural areas in our country and I want to develop instead a string of farm drug rehabs – healing farms – in those same rural communities where people can go if they get involved with drugs. If they’re debilitated by depression or dependence on psychiatric drugs where they can receive job training, get social skills, and make sure they can get GEDs and an education. When I’m president, I’m going to make sure that federal prisoners have access to twelve-step programs.” – RFK Jr.
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RFK Jr. takes on Biden’s proposed carbon-capture pipelines:
Kennedy writes, “If political leaders were really interested in battling dangers from changing climate, they would end the obscene subsidies to the carbon industry and spend the carbon capture money to help Iowa farmers to protect wetlands and forests and transition to regenerative agriculture.” – Opinion: Biden’s Carbon Pipeline Is a Boondoggle for Big Oil That Punishes Iowa Farmers | Newsweek
Once again, Kennedy takes on Biden administration censorship:
Biden’s Censorship Incorporated is now morphing into a tool of his reelection campaign – Team Biden’s great double quarter pounder ‘misinformation’ campaign | Washington Examiner. If censorship fails, just switch to disinformation, as Matt Taibbi exposes here: “Anti-Disinformation” Is a Partisan Con | Racket News.
More censorship updates:
RFK Jr.’s thoughts on censorship connect directly to his uncle, JFK:
More Kennedy news:
Scott Bennett: “It is precisely Kennedy’s ability to appeal to voters outside of the traditional Democratic spectrum that makes him a threat to both major parties.” – Can Bobby Kennedy Win the Presidency Now? Of Course | Fair Observer
Today’s podcast selection: War and Peace with Navy Seal Jack Carr | Defender Podcast
Today’s gloomy Biden news:
“Taken together, it is clear that whether or not Biden is the nominee, Democrats are in a weakened position ahead of 2024. And while it may be fair to ask whether Biden should have said at the beginning of the year that he would not seek reelection in order to give challengers time to position themselves, the simple fact is that he did not.” – Would Biden help Democrats by dropping out? | The Hill
We wrap up the middle of the week with Kennedy’s insights on how he stays connected: “If I’m in a good spiritual state, I am much more effective as a human being.” – RFK JR on God and being still | YouTube.
Louis Conte, Headlines Editor
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