Last updated on September 5, 2022
In this short article, I’m going to tell you why I believe the two-part Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. interview by Megyn Kelly is worth almost four hours of your time. Yes, I said four hours. Honestly, I thought I’d listen to part one today and finish up with part two tomorrow but after the first part of the interview, I had to keep going. I’ll tell you a little why.
First, allow me to set the stage for you. Or is it the table? Anyway, I’m setting up something. Last week I finished Robert F. Kennedy’s latest book, “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health“. I have the book on both Audible(Paid) and Kindle(Paid). I listened from beginning to end on Audible and purchased the Kindle version to help me when I get around to a book review on “The Real Anthony Fauci“.
The audiobook version took me almost two weeks to listen to. It was an incredibly long book, 27 hrs, and 20 mins or 934 pages. As long as that is, it wasn’t why I took so long to get through the book. It was the incredible and SHOCKING detail Robert F. Kennedy Jr. documented in the book. It was very fascinating but draining. You’re getting hit by so much, so fast it becomes hard to digest.
Anyway, I don’t want to turn this into a book review, that’s coming later. It was, however, that book that led to his interview on the Megyn Kelly Show. By the way, I’ve heard of Megyn Kelly before, but this is the first time I’ve listened to her show. It won’t be the last though because I’m a subscriber now.
I was impressed by Megyn Kelly’s interview technique. She not only allowed Kennedy to speak his mind, rare these days, she also wasn’t shy in calling him out when she needed to.
Here’s what I loved most about the interview, and this is the first for me. It was the editing. What? Maybe it’s called ‘post-production‘ but it involves research and commentary. I wasn’t watching the video version, I listened via Podcast Addict, which is slowly pulling from my old favorite podcast catcher, Pocket Casts.
Even in the audio version, you’re treated to clips, descriptions, and Megyn’s commentary. I’m not talking in a cheap, stab you in the back way, not at all, she was informative, respectful, and professional. It’s a new interview format for me and I liked it.
Part One: Fauci, Vaccines, and Big Pharma’s Power | Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Interview, Ep. 282
Part one is mostly about Dr. Fauci, the vaccine, and all the BS around the COVID-19 pandemic. This is where you’ll witness Megyn’s skill at getting the details yet controlling the discussion in a way that strengthens the value and time investment from the viewer/listener, not watering it down.
Part Two: The JFK Assassination, Growing up Kennedy, and His Marriage | Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Interview, Ep. 283
I enjoyed part two of the interview because that’s where we get to see who Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is. He’s not afraid to discuss personal details and, during the discussion, I kept thinking to myself, “Wow, I hope I have half the memory and am as articulate as this guy when I’m his age“. Who am I kidding, I don’t have that now, and I’m eleven years his junior.
It’s also in part two that Robert F. Kennedy Jr (Can I call him RFK Jr? I don’t know if that’s appropriate) increased his credibility for me. I already thought he was credible after reading his book, especially with all of the supporting documentation he sourced, but something about this interview compounded that credibility, as well as respect.
Here’s my favorite Robert F. Kennedy Jr. quote from the interview, which occurred near the end of part two:
My favorite Megyn Kelly quote, which happens to be one of her responses to Kennedy’s quote above, is:
I’m thinking about featuring her quote in the header of this blog because it makes me feel proud of what I’m doing here, expressing my opinions.
Part two gets into a lot of interesting things, including Robert F. Kennedy Jr’s childhood, his father, U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, and his uncle, President John F. Kennedy. There’s a little about the assassinations and what Robert F. Kennedy Jr. thinks as far “who done it“.
I’m over 800 words already, and I planned on a short paragraph or two, so I’ll just finish with this, find a few hours in the course of a week, and listen to the interview. And read the book. It’s an eye-opening tell-all that will increase your IQ and keep you up at night.
Pro Tip: Listen at a faster speed. I typically listen to podcasts at 1.5 speed and can get away with double speed with some podcasts. There are exceptions, such as Ben Shapiro. That man talks too fast to listen faster than normal speed.
Let me know if you enjoyed the interview, Brian
Brian D. Hawkins is a late-blooming thought leader in his mind. So please don't disturb his happy thoughts. It's all he has.
Brian D. Hawkins has been a blogger for over twenty years, having written thousands of public articles on dozens of websites. He currently blogs for NextStepSurvival.com and his personal blog at TheOpinionBlog.com.