Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Promises Executive Order to Prevent “Weaponization” of Government Agencies if Elected President

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced on Tuesday his intention to sign an executive order aimed at preventing government agencies from being “weaponized” against political opponents if he were to win the presidency. Speaking to Fox News host Sean Hannity, RFK Jr. stated that he would promptly issue the executive order upon assuming office. He emphasized that the misuse of political agencies as weapons could potentially harm both parties, highlighting the importance of eradicating this alleged practice entirely.

During the interview, Hannity drew attention to the fact that both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump had access to classified documents. However, he claimed that Biden was treated differently from Trump in this regard.

“You got four locations Joe Biden has top-secret classified information — they didn’t raid his home. Donald Trump, they raid Mar-a-Lago,” Hannity said.

The Fox News host also pondered why the FBI told big tech companies that Hunter Biden’s laptop was “misinformation,” even though they had purportedly already verified its authenticity.

“Now, to me, that is our government — in this case through the FBI — putting cinder blocks on the scale of an election,” Hannity said.

“I’m going to issue an executive order the moment I get into the White House, the first day, forbidding — ending the weaponization of our agencies for political purposes,” RFK Jr. said.

RFK Jr. alleged that he was the “first person censored by the Biden White House.” He claims the Biden administration requested that Twitter censor him.

Trump was indicted in June on 37 charges relating to the alleged mishandling of classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago home. Federal prosecutors claim Trump did not return the documents when requested and attempted to obstruct their investigation.

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