RFK JR talks about his passion for birds since the age of nine, inspired by the story of King Arthur

"I started falconry when I was nine, and since then, there hasn't been a moment in my life when I haven't had birds or been involved in this sport. It's one of the great joys of my life."

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(The author is a Latin consultant for American Values 2024)

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New York: Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy JR posted a video on the social network X in which he narrates his passion developed since the age of 9, inspired by a book about Camelot and the young King Arthur called ‘The Once and Future King’ by T.H. White. RFK JR is supported by the American Values 2024 Super Pac, a group committed to restoring the soul of democracy in the United States. Our long-term mission is to build a movement of supporters who seek truth, separate from corporate interests, and support candidates for a better future. We are co-founded by Mark Gorton (CEO of Tower Research Capital) and Tony Lyons (president of Skyhorse Publishing).

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“I started falconry when I was nine, and since then, there hasn’t been a moment in my life when I haven’t had birds or been involved in this sport. It’s one of the great joys of my life.”

“I started falconry when I was nine. My uncle, President Kennedy, was in the White House then, and many people talked about Camelot. I read a book about Camelot and the young King Arthur called ‘The Once and Future King’ by T.H. White. He was a British falconer, so there was a chapter about it. It’s a book about the young King Arthur and learning falconry, and I read that it was very detailed and fascinating to me. I told my dad and mom that’s what I wanted to do. I became obsessed with it after reading that book,” says Kennedy in the video posted on the X social network.

“And since then, there hasn’t been a moment when I haven’t had birds or been involved in the sport. I have been hunting in the Hudson Valley all my life. I have also hunted around the world with falcons, even in the Middle East, Scotland, and Japan. I meet local people in those countries and go hunting with them. It has been one of the great joys of my life, and people ask me what I like most about this sport. I love everything because you know when you’re flying a falcon, the falcon isn’t doing anything,” he added.

It would do it naturally; it just does what it does in nature, but it allows you to accompany it, and it’s like if you were allowed to hunt with a pack of wolves if the wolves permitted you to go out with them, follow them, and observe them up close, it’s really like that,” he said.

Outside of this ICT partnership, you are dealing with this species that separated from the RDH millions of years ago, and we come together, having this extraordinary experience in the forest, in the fields, the forest for me; it’s like a spiritual experience. If you like this video and want to learn more about me and the movement we are building, visit kennedy24.com.” concludes the independent candidate for the presidency of the United States, Robert F. Kennedy JR, supported by American Values 2024 Super Pac.

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