Robert Kennedy Jr., Yes that Kennedy will run for office of the presidency for 2024 as a Democrat against Joe Biden. The 69-year-old is the son of assassinated Senator Robert F Kennedy and nephew of President John F Kennedy who was also assassinated.
It’s important to note and be aware that if you’ve never heard Robert speak before, his voice may sound as if he’s a little frantic.
Mr. Kennedy has a voice disorder, spasmodic dysphonia, which affects the muscles in his voice box.
The Long Shots?
Kennedy is joining Marianne Williamson who is the only other Democrat running opposite Joe. Joe Biden has yet to officially throw his name in the race and run again, I just can’t see it happening.
Here’s hoping my girl Tulsi Gabbard joins in this race and just demolishes everyone, with the exception of Robert as I do agree with him on several things.
Kennedy has filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission, the filing was confirmed Wednesday by his campaign treasurer, John E. Sullivan, according to CNN.
Kennedy & Williamson alone should destroy any common sense the establishment believes Biden has left.
Is Kennedy a Problem for the Establishment?
Absolutely! Kennedy has been an outspoken anti-vaccine campaigner for quite a while. Recently, Instagram removed his account in 2021 for “repeatedly sharing debunked claims”, Instagram said.
In 2021, Kennedy released the book The Real Anthony Fauci as an attack on the former top infectious-disease doctor, claiming that he enabled “a historic coup d’etat against Western democracy.” He also released a book this year titled The Wuhan Cover-Up, which accuses U.S. officials of plotting with China to hide the origins of COVID-19.
The future presidential candidate was definitely not a proponent for COVID-19 vaccines as vocalized many times. Kennedy claimed that Dr. Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates conspired with drug companies to profit off of vaccines, but he also repeats one of the original anti-vax claims that certain shots can cause autism in children, for now there is no evidence to support either of these theories.
The Other Side
President Trump will face GOP primary challengers. Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, entrepreneur and author Vivek Ramaswamy, and former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson have all announced presidential bids.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has yet to throw his hat in the race as a republican primary candidate for president.