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Welcome to another episode of Impact Theory, I’m Tom Bilyeu!

In today’s episode, I’m thrilled to be joined by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as we tackle a wide range of critical issues facing America today.

RFK is a politician from the Kennedy Family, he is a son of U.S. attorney general and senator Robert F. Kennedy, and nephew of U.S. president John F. Kennedy and senator Ted Kennedy. He is also an advocate for public health, border security, and political reform, and an independent candidate in the 2024 presidential election.

From the harrowing realities at the U.S. border, RFK underscores the urgent need for strong border security and a compassionate, streamlined immigration process. He also shares his bold ideas for cutting the military budget, focusing on economic power rather than military might, and advocating for sound fiscal policies to address national debt and inflation.

Our discussion broadens to cover the impact of government surveillance; whistleblower protection; how embracing cutting-edge technologies like AI and blockchain can rejuvenate the economy and restore faith in government; and the importance of truth in media and politics. RFK also passionately argues for the necessity of open debates on contentious issues, including COVID responses, vaccine efficacy, and broader health policies.

We also discuss:
– Victimization of immigrants by cartels
– Advocacy for strong border security & legal immigration process
– Speculation on Biden’s border policy & cognitive decline
– Exposing unconstitutional surveillance
– Criticism of politically motivated prosecutions
– Issues of chronic disease, addiction, and economic challenges
– Printing money, inflation, and national debt as economic threats
– Embracing blockchain & cryptocurrency to counter inflation
– Integrating bitcoin to save the dollar & create wealth
– Decline in American values & constitutional adherence
– Compromised press & spread of government propaganda
– Social media algorithms amplifying societal polarization

This episode is packed with thought-provoking insights and proposals aimed at addressing the multifaceted challenges the U.S. faces today and navigates the delicate balance between compassion, security, truth, and innovation.


[0:00] Faults in democracy
[52:13] Rebuilding US middle class
[1:09:56] Wars without accountability
[1:29:21] Potential positive uses of AI in the government
[2:04:51] Media & press corruption


“The polarization is partially a function of economic stratification but it’s amplified today by social media because the algorithms, these algorithms, which are self learning algorithms, and the engineers who design those algorithms really don’t even understand in many cases how they work anymore because they’re learning themselves.”

“I became kind of a social critic of a bureaucracy that is corrupt and that is twisting science and it’s twisting facts and distorting facts…our country really is no longer living up to its ideals.”

“But both the Biden and Trump campaign have said that they’re not going to use the debate, the presidential debating commission, and they made a side deal with CNN. And we think this ideal is illegal.”

“My first day in office, I’m going to issue an executive order saying any government official who lies for any reason to the American public will immediately lose their job.”

“So what I would do is take all of those studies and get AI to identify the stuff that we don’t need and put it up on blockchain so every American can look at it and understand the ideology of it.”

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