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In the latest episode of our second season of “TRUTH” with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Kennedy interviewed National Football League player Russell Okung and his wife, Samar. They talked about Okung’s recent promotion of Children’s Health Defense through the “My Cause, My Cleats” program.
The Okungs, who are parents of an 18-month-old son, explained how conducting their own research — and remaining skeptical of mainstream medicine’s edicts — has impacted the healthcare choices they make for their family.
Highlights of their discussion include:
- How the Okungs want to use their platform in a meaningful way
- The historic targeting of blacks in research such as the Tuskegee experiments and through the work of Margaret Sanger
- The critical need for parents and parents-to-be to stand up to medical intimidation, to always ask physicians for studies backing up their recommendations and to read all pharma product inserts
- The link between Vitamin D deficiency and COVID deaths and Tony Fauci’s negligence in not promoting supplementation to African Americans
- Okung’s efforts to improve health and safety of NFL players during his tenure as vice president of the National Football League Players Association
All “Truth” episodes can be found on Children’s Health Defense’s social media, and on Children’s Health Defense’s channel found on Peeps TV, a network on Roku. Roku is accessible from any Smart TV and can be purchased separately for older TVs.