RFK Jr. torches House Democrats after he was censored during censorship hearing

July 23, 2023
Ryan Ledendecker

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a Democratic presidential candidate quickly becoming a growing thorn in the side of President Joe Biden's 2024 presidential campaign, torched his party last week. 

According to The Daily Wire, RFK Jr. blasted House Democrats for attempting to censor him, ironically, during a House hearing on the topic of censorship.

The Democratic presidential candidate with the dynasty political name called out Democrats' "hypocrisy" on the subject of anti-semitism.

He laid out his concerns with the Democratic Party in a series of tweets following the House hearing, holding nothing back in his scathing rebuke.

"I won't be lectured"

RFK Jr., who's doing better than expected in the race according to several polls, began his response by blasting Dems for attempting to silence him during the hearings on censorship.

"Ok. Let’s heap a few more layers of irony on the mountain of paradox and hypocrisy that Congressional Democrats created Thursday in their attempt to censor me from speaking at the censorship hearings," RFK Jr. tweeted.

In another tweet, he wrote, "Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz @RepDWStweets who led the pitchfork brigade by trying to muzzle me with false accusations of racism and antisemitism, in 2016 lost her post running the DNC when leaked documents revealed that her DNC staffers were routinely and cynically using anti-Semitism to take down @BernieSanders."

A particularly notable tweet included a screenshot of an email that showed Democratic operatives referring to Hispanic voters as "Taco Bowls."

"I won’t be lectured to about antisemitism from Democratic lawmakers like Wasserman Schultz @RepDWStweets who voted to give Iran $150b while that regime promises a new Holocaust against the Jews. #Kennedy24," he added in his last tweet.

Social media reacts

RFK Jr.'s comments generated a firestorm of commentary from social media users, both from those who agreed and those who attempted to defend the Democrats he blasted in his tweets.

"I'm not American, neither left nor right-leaning. But I watched this hearing as you Sir, are one of the finest examples of what a President should be, that I have ever seen, in nearly 50 years of geopolitical interest, and I, like many, appreciate your researched and principled positions," one Twitter user wrote in a lengthy response to his comments.

"@RepDWStweets was really pathetic during the hearing. Asking quick non-questions and moving on with the slander without providing any opportunity for @RobertKennedyJr to answer," another Twitter user wrote.

Only time will tell if RFK Jr. continues to gain momentum in his quest to unseat President Biden as the party's nominee.

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