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Nicole Shanahan, former wife of Google owner Sergey Brin (the marriage was reportedly ended by an affair with Elon Musk) is named as Kennedy’s vice-presidential running mate. It’s a small world at the ‘top’

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Tuesday tapped Nicole Shanahan, a lawyer, entrepreneur and philanthropist, to be his vice presidential running mate.

Kennedy, Children’s Health Defense (CHD) founder and chairman on leave, is running for president of the U.S. as an independent.

In making the announcement, Kennedy said, “I wanted a VP who cares about healing our children, protecting our environment, restoring our soils, and getting the chemicals out of our food.”

Speaking at a rally in her hometown of Oakland, California, Shanahan emphasized her commitment to addressing the chronic disease epidemicplaguing the U.S., drawing from her personal experiences and expertise in technology and health.

“We can solve the mysteries guarded by corporate influence,” Shanahan declared. “We can move from band-aid solutions and we can end this chronic disease epidemic once and for all.”

Shanahan’s passion for addressing the chronic disease epidemic stems from her personal experience. In November 2018, she gave birth to a healthy baby girl, but by 10 months of age, her daughter’s health had deteriorated dramatically.

“She wasn’t speaking, she wasn’t pointing, she seemed kind of in her own world,” Shanahan revealed in an introductory video. After receiving the diagnosis of autism, “My life changed forever,” she said.

Through her journey, Shanahan discovered that women’s fertility is in precipitous decline around the world. She said she came to understand the crisis in reproductive health is embedded in the larger epidemic of chronic disease.

“Because it has been so personal for me and my daughter, I got deep into the research and consulted some of the best scientists and doctors,” Shanahan explained.

Three main causes of chronic disease epidemic

Shanahan said her research led her to identify three main causes of the chronic disease epidemic.

The first is toxic substances in the environment, such as endocrine-disrupting chemicals — including pesticide residues, industrial pollutants, microplasticsand PFAS forever chemicals — in food, water and soil “that have contaminated nearly every human cell,” she said.

Shanahan also raised the issue of electromagnetic pollution. “You don’t hear politicians talking much about that either, but it is something we need to look at,” she said.

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