$100,000 vaccine challenge to be announced soon

(TFC) Washington DC – Robert Kennedy is now chairman of a foundation called The World Mercury Project and will announce later today the project will be conducting a $100,000 journalistic challenge, which will offer one-hundred thousand dollars to any person who can point to any existing study showing that it is safe to inject mercury into children in the amount currently in vaccines.

In the background of a live feed from Del Bigtree, the $100,000 offer can be overheard. This has not been released to the press as of yet and no official announcement has been made. Bigtree is a producer and director, best known for the daytime show “The Doctors” and most recently for the documentary “Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe” written and directed by CDC whistle-blower Dr. Andrew Wakefield.  Reportedly, this evening a press conference with  Robert Kennedy, Jr. and Robert De Niro will take place at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. According to the overheard information, Robert Kennedy, Jr, who was named to lead President Trump’s vaccine safety commission, is joining forces with The World Mercury Project, Robert DeNiro, Brian Hooker, Nico Lahood, and several others to announce a national tour featuring a $100,000 ‘mercury challenge’ for anyone who can produce evidence that it is safe to inject mercury into babies and pregnant mothers in the quantities currently in traditional pharmaceutical grade vaccines. That’s quite some

You can hear the announcement at the 2:04 timemark

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You can watch the Live footage (now recording) on Del Bigtree’s Facebook page [HERE], and you can watch the live-stream from the Holeman Lounge of The National Press Club, starts at 9:25 a.m. with excerpts from the movie. The conference, including Q&A period, is from 10-11 a.m. available on their Facebook page and on their website, beginning at 10:00 a.m. ET.

Regardless of you vaccine stance, this offer, coming from people so close to the administration, will spark debate and controversy.

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