Robert F. Kennedycandidate for the Democratic Party primaries and nephew of the late former US president John F. Kennedy, was reluctant during an interview to accept the US government’s explanation for the terrorist attacks against the Twin Towers that took place on September 11, 2001.
Asked if he “believed” the United States version of the event, the politician was not so sure. “I don’t know what happened on September 11th. I mean, I understand what the official explanation is, I understand that there is dissent. I didn’t investigate it. I didn’t examine it. “I’m not a good person to talk to about that,” Kennedy said during an interview for journalist Peter Bergen’s podcast.
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In 2004, the 9/11 Commission, created to investigate the circumstances surrounding the attack on the World Trade Center, concluded that Al Qaeda was responsible for the attacks of September 11, 2001where planes crashed into the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, while another aircraft crashed in Pennsylvania.
“I don’t want to discuss any theories about this because All I heard are always questions, I have no explanation. I don’t have the knowledge to do so, but I know that what you are repeating is not true,” the candidate for Bergen responded when the journalist tried to explain the official version about Building 7.
Kennedy, known for his speculations about coronavirus vaccines, referred in this way to the conspiracy theory surrounding Building 7 of the World Trade Center, a smaller office building that collapsed after debris from the two towers will cause fires in the area. “There are strange things that happened… “One of the buildings that was not hit by a plane collapsed,” he noted.
Although the politician insisted that he does not fully support alternative theories about what happened, he defended the right of any citizen to differ from the “official narratives” provided by the authorities. “I don’t always accept official explanations”he acknowledged.
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It is not the first time that Kennedy has opposed official versions of different events. For example, in the past he speculated about the coronavirus, attributing its origins to racist and anti-Semitic issues. In that sense, he had stated, citing research, that the virus “is aimed at attacking Caucasians and black people” and that those who are “most immune” are “Ashkenazi Jews and Chinese.” He also claimed that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was involved in the assassination of his uncle, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Robert Kennedy presented his candidacy for the Democratic Party primaries in mid-April. Although his electoral career got off to a good start, his campaign was losing interest and the latest polls place him with barely 15% of support in a confrontation against President Joe Biden, also a candidate.
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