Notable anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr.We tried to obtain Jake TapperI would like to discuss him regarding vaccine mandates. But the CNN anchor wasn’t having it.

Kennedy tried Tuesday to legitimize conspiratorial theories COVID-19 vaccinations by making the offer to Tapper and couching it in terms of “divergent opinions.”

Our views about vaccination mandates are strongly held by both of us. Let’s have a debate for the benefit of Americans,” Kennedy wrote on Twitter. We can debate your enthusiastic support of censorship and our divergent opinions on Dr. Fauci’s effectiveness as the covid pandemic manager.”

Tapper refused the offer Wednesday morning. He called Kennedy’s proposal “truly embarrassing” and said he’s “not going to lend credence to a conspiracy theorist whose views are so false, unhinged, and dangerous to public health his own siblings feel the need [to] publish op-eds against him.”

Kennedy is notoriously spread COVID-19 vaccine misinformation. For years, he’s been a prominent peddler of debunked conspiracy theories bashing childhood vaccines, such as claims that they cause autism.

Instagram Permanent bannedKennedy, February 19, for misinformation regarding the safety of COVID-19 vaccinations.

Kennedy’s anti-vaccine push also has failed to convince his own wife, Cheryl Hines, actor

The couple invited guests to a party for the holidays this month. get vaccinated or testedBefore attending, please check out COVID-19

“I guess I’m not always the boss at my own house,” Kennedy griped to Politico.


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