Last Updated on November 17, 2023
Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is now a contender in the general election polls, and his “I Declare My Independence” slogan is taking off. Clearly, the political paradigm is shifting. The momentum of the American people is trending against the warmongering Uniparty duopoly and toward a humanistic populist approach to modern politics. Known for challenging Big Pharma’s deadly mRNA Coronavirus needle injections, Kennedy is staking his claim as a potential peacemaker on the world stage and a rare mouthpiece for young Americans who are struggling to afford homes as Blackrock and China buy up our soil.
Kennedy is dispelling doubts about his chances following his replacement of Democrat ex-campaign manager Dennis Kucinich with Kennedy’s daughter-in-law Amaryllis Fox. Kennedy also burnishes his freedom-loving credentials by claiming to oppose gun control, saying, “I’m not going to take people’s guns away.” The numbers show him carving out a brand new political coalition for the general election.
In a newly released Quinnipiac poll, President Donald Trump leads in a three-way contest with 38 percent of the vote to Biden’s 37 percent and Kennedy’s 21 percent. If you add in other non-major party candidates Jill Stein and Cornel West then the race becomes Trump 38, Biden 35, and Robert Kennedy 17. Kennedy also grabs 15 percent in the Fox News poll. With just under a year to go until Election Day, Kennedy is firmly in contention for the presidency.
There are still many question marks surrounding the race, considering the Deep State is trying to railroad President Donald Trump. 84 percent of Trump supporters in the Quinnipiac poll said they would back Trump if he gets convicted in one of the numerous criminal witch-hunts against him. Trump is capable of running and winning the election even if he suffers a conviction.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s “I Declare My Independence” video references his father, slain former attorney general, New York senator, and presidential candidate Bobby Kennedy. It is quite the campaign ad, with a very different and more optimistic tone than the cynical political attack ads from super PAC’s that we normally see on television:
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White defended Kennedy when the exercise-bike company Peloton reportedly yanked its ads from comic Theo Von’s podcast because he interviewed the independent candidate.
Cheers and Kingpin actor Woody Harrelson was recently spotted with a Kennedy 2024 hat alongside Kennedy’s wife, Curb Your Enthusiasm star Cheryl Hines.
“You know, Woody Harrelson’s dad was involved in the (JFK) assassination and he confessed multiple times,” Kennedy said, noting that his friend Harrelson has even discussed the matter with him.
Though President Donald Trump has complimented Kennedy as a “common sense guy” and a “good guy,” the Trump camp might be getting nervous about Kennedy’s rise. Even before this Quinnipiac poll came out, a supposed Trump insider slammed Kennedy, saying, “He used to be a fun plaything to hurt Biden, now he is something that could hurt the GOP.”
Ironically, Kennedy benefited from the same kind of advantage that Trump used early in the 2016 election, when Hillary Clinton’s strategists thought Trump would be the easiest Republican to beat and the liberal media gave Trump tons of exposure (remember Trump’s famous Drake “cell phone” parody when they actually let the Republican host Saturday Night Live?) Kennedy has benefited from conservative media exposure because Republicans didn’t think Kennedy actually had a chance to beat both Trump and Biden. Now, Kennedy is competitive.
And even if New York magazine tries to smear him as a “CONSPIRACY-SPEWING” fellow, they still put his face on the cover. Game on!