In a recent controversial move, the video-sharing platform, YouTube, removed an interview on Monday between Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and former professional boxer Mike Tyson.
The video, previously available on Tyson’s podcast channel, saw RFK Jr. openly discuss his belief that the CIA was involved in his father’s death.
The episode was part of Tyson’s ongoing series, where Kennedy’s comments during the interview were particularly emotional, as he reiterated his belief that the CIA played a role in the assassination of his father, former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy.
The episode was taken down, sparking speculation about the reasons behind the decision, however, this isn’t the first time he made such accusations.
Last month during an interview on the Cats Roundtable radio program, RFK Jr. went as far to say evidence was “overwhelming” and “beyond a reasonable doubt” that the CIA played a role in his uncle’s murder.
RFK Jr. says the CIA killed John F. Kennedy! pic.twitter.com/xoB7SYxDqB
— Sulaiman Ahmed (@ShaykhSulaiman) May 7, 2023
RFK recently went on a podcast with Mike Tyson where he explained that the CIA killed his father when he was running for President in 1968
Youtube just deleted this entire interview off its platform
You know what to do now with this clip
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) June 5, 2023
YouTube has deleted this interview between Robert F Kennedy Jr and Mike Tyson.
In it, RFK JR claimed the CIA assassinated his father. pic.twitter.com/yjWQpGLEz1
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) June 5, 2023
This is so outrageous. RFK Jr. tells MIKE TYSON what he thinks happened to his father and it is fascinating. But some 30-year-old authoritarian punk in Silicon Valley decides
(perhaps after consulting with the CIA) we should not be able to hear it and deletes it. And if not for… https://t.co/mJVf6etIKu
— Gerry Callahan (@GerryCallahan) June 5, 2023
Mike Tyson interviewing RFK Jr. about a CIA conspiracy wasn't on my bingo card. In fact, I don't think we're playing bingo anymore. https://t.co/GekN3OZQYh
— Sage Naumann (@SageNaumann) June 5, 2023