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Letter: As the political worm turns: An inside look into RFK Jr.

Even politics can have a true sad side, it neuro-nematologically appears.

(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. speaks at a news conference in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2024.

While we, and even Nobel Prize-winning scientists, do not vaguely know the actual seat within our brains of human consciousness, apparently per Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s own amazing admission, a worm did, and then ate the ethical portion of it. And now we know why that poor worm died — not enough to eat!

Even politics can have a true sad side, it neuro-nematologically appears — as even the lowly worm can no longer turn when directly exposed to bad politics.

Jeff J. Clawson, Salt Lake City

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