Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Can’t Stand His Own Voice, But Says It Keeps Getting Stronger: ‘I Apologize to Everybody’ (Video)

No one appears to be more disturbed by the voice of Robert F. Kennedy than Robert F. Kennedy himself.

Although the Democratic presidential challenger has explained the reason behind his warbling timbre many times, Piers Morgan brought it up at the top of his Wednesday interview on “Piers Morgan Uncensored,” which is broadcasted in both the United States and the United Kingdom.

Morgan inquired, “What is the matter with your vocal cords? Discuss that. They were unaware, they were unfamiliar with you, they had not listened to you speak previously. Allow me to inquire, as viewers were questioning me during the previous occasion – what is the matter with his voice?”

Not bothered by the question – which he receives frequently – Kennedy began to tell the story:.

RFK started, saying, “I was 42 years old when I had a very strong voice.” Chuckling, Morgan replied, “I won’t listen to this program when I go home. I can’t listen to my voice – I had an injury in 1996 that caused a neurological disorder called spasmodic dysphonia, which affects my voice.”

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“Now, this is the finest I have presently,” he added. “And I sympathize with the individuals in your crowd who must endure my speech. I am incapable of performing it.”

However, Kennedy mentioned that there has been progress – and there is optimism that it could continue to grow more robust.

I think that a lot of alternative therapies are making it stronger, and I’m doing a bunch of them. It made my voice a lot more reliable, and eight months ago, my wife Cheryl (the actress Hines) and I went to Kyoto, Japan to do surgery.

“Are you concerned that it might simply cease to function?” Remarked Morgan, RFK relies heavily on his vocal abilities, particularly now that he is actively participating in the 2024 election campaign.

Kennedy expressed his apologies to everyone and acknowledged that although his voice may sound raspy, he is capable of speaking for 20 hours a day without any strain. He reassured that his vocal cords are extremely robust, and the only issue lies in the continuous neurological signals causing them to tighten unnecessarily. Surprisingly, using his voice doesn’t weaken it, but rather strengthens it.

Observe (and listen to) the complete interaction in the video provided above.