Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Robert DeNiro Host
February 15 Press Conference at National Press Club
February 15, 2017, Washington, DC …
For over three decades, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has been one of the world’s leading environmental advocates. He is known for his dogged and intense brand of environmental activism and his advocacy for transparent government and rigorous science. Since 2005, he has been focusing on exposing the fraud and corruption within the CDC and the pharmaceutical industry. Last month, he launched his new non-profit, of which he is the Chairman, the World Mercury Project, and vows to change government policies that injure children.
Robert DeNiro, award-winning actor, who last year admitted that he and his wife, Grace, have a son who regressed to autism, will host the February 15 Press Conference with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Robert DeNiro has been vocal about his belief that more research, truth and transparency needs to be done regarding the ingredients in vaccines and their impact on children and adults.
WHO: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Robert De Niro
WHAT: The event will focus on the announcement of a unique challenge with substantial cash award to the American people and media. Kennedy also will address questions about President Trump’s vaccine safety commission. Kennedy and De Niro will be joined by the Hon. Nicholas “Nico” LaHood of San Antonio, TX. Sharyl Attkisson, former CBS Evening News investigative correspondent and current host of the weekly Sunday news program, Full Measure, will moderate the conference.
WHERE: The National Press Club, Washington, DC. The event also will be livestreamed on the World Mercury Project’s Facebook page and at its website beginning at 10:00 a.m. ET
WHEN: Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. The events starts at 9:25 a.m. ET with an excerpt from a movie. The conference, including Q & A period, is from 10-11 a.m.
WHY: De Niro supports the mission of the World Mercury Project, a non-profit organization in which Kennedy serves as Chairman. The WMP envisions a world where mercury is no longer a threat to the health of our planet and people.