October 28, 2023
Once again, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has encountered a security threat, and yet again, the Biden administration is refusing to provide the presidential candidate with Secret Service protection, despite multiple requests from Kennedy and his team over several months. In an exclusive interview with The American Spectator, Kennedy told us about the latest threat and informed us that he has responded by filing a lawsuit against the Biden administration’s Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Secret Service. The latest incident occurred this past Wednesday when an intruder was arrested after climbing a fence at the Los Angeles home of Kennedy. Kennedy was home at the time, and the man made it to the second floor of the residence. The “Kennedy for President 2024” campaign described this man in a letter to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas as “another delusional intruder.” According to the Kennedy team, the Secret Service had been repeatedly informed about this “mentally ill” individual in recent months. The individual has sent hundreds of emails to RFK Jr. and believes that he is being followed by people who intend to kill him. According to the Kennedy team, the man’s “obsession with RFK Jr. leads him to be at times hostile and angry.” That being the case, the Kennedy team has continued to plead with the Biden administration for Secret Service protection, to no avail. Read the full interview here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.