Ep. 806 RFK Jr. on Fighting Collusion to Make Debate Stage, and Relevance of Trump Jury’s Notes

Megyn is joined by attorneys Dave Aronberg and Mike Davis to discuss the jury notes as they begin deliberations in Donald Trump’s business records trial, the importance of National Enquirer publisher David Pecker’s testimony, whether the jury could be disagreeing behind-the-scenes, how confusing the jury instructions are, why its unfair that jurors haven’t heard from a campaign finance expert, whether the Trump conviction will be overturned on appeal, if that was the whole point, the media’s attacks on Justice Samuel Alito’s wife over her “controversial” flag, and more.

Then, independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. joins to discuss his fight to get on the debate stage next month despite “collusion” from the left, right, and media, his success in polls and in getting on state ballots, the value of debating Joe Biden and Trump, what led him to change his position on “gender reassignment surgery” and radical transgender ideology, why he supports banning these procedures for minors, the big business behind the medicalization of kids, his public comments on abortion and how his position has evolved, the clarification of his opinion on when they should be banned and when they shouldn’t, whether his position is closer to Biden’s or Trump’s position, why he appeals to those who don’t identify with Democrats or Republicans, how he thinks being “an American” should come first, the issues that matter most, and more.