Interviews

Nov 23, 2023

Interviews

Good For You Podcast with Whitney Cummings

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. joins Whitney Cummings on The Good For You Podcast. They discuss a wide range of topics, including sobriety, emotional sobriety, a solution for the addiction crisis in America, what America is actually doing well, and how to solve what America isn’t doing so well. Watch here:     If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Nov 22, 2023

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The Mind-Bending Politics of RFK Jr.’s Spoiler Campaign

Now, Kennedy was talking about fear. It was fear that drove the Democratic Party to box him out of his attempt to challenge Joe Biden in the primary because, in his estimation, it was fear that they were selling to voters. “I don’t hear Democrats ever say that we should vote for President Biden because he inspires them, or because he’s run the country with the kind of vigor or energy that we need in times of crisis,” he told me. “I hear them say that you should vote for Biden because you should be scared of Trump.” “I was subject to what I would characterize as a series of mischaracterizations and defamations that were allowed to define me,” he said. “Literally every story about me was negative.” An avalanche of bad press would threaten to bury him and then, suddenly, the press would quiet down until, out of nowhere, another avalanche. As a first resort, he suspected this strange phenomenon was by nefarious design. “It certainly feels like it’s orchestrated, but I have no way of knowing why dozens of leading liberals all attack me the same week. Are they on a phone tree? I don’t know why it comes in waves like that,” he said. “I do see patterns, but any effort by me to explain that would be speculative and I try not to speculate.” Yet it was not fear that he was feeling now. “Almost every time I’ve done something difficult, I’ve had those moments. Rock climbing or kayaking a very difficult stretch of white water, you get to a point where you say, What on earth did I get myself into? Get me out of here,” he said. “I haven’t had one moment. I’m pretty much free of anxieties. I feel peaceful.” Good — for him. Kennedy’s chill disposition is now the rest of the political world’s simmering panic attack. Since announcing in October that he would end his campaign for the Democratic nomination to officially become a problem for both major parties as an independent, fear — and denial — is what Kennedy seems to inspire among the staid Washington Establishment supporting the incumbent president and the gangland anti-Establishment Establishment supporting the former president. Officials from both party apparatuses are certainly looking at metrics that confirm Kennedy is turning the presidential election upside down. At this point, all that’s clear is that no one has any idea what will happen between now and November 2024 or how to respond to the threat Kennedy poses to the Biden-Trump binary. As it is, Kennedy is in some cases polling not far behind either likely major-party nominee and in all cases polling well enough that, were the election held today, his presence in the race would define what the next chapter of American history looks like. As he put it, “My intention is to spoil it for both of them.” Read the full interview here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Nov 19, 2023

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Inside Texas Politics Interview With Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

In this interview, Jason Whitely of Inside Texas Politics interviews Robert F. Kennedy, Jr's about his recent polling, his fifty-state ballot strategy, and the most pressing issues facing the U.S. today.   Watch here:     If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Nov 11, 2023

Michael Smerconish Hosts Cheryl Hines on CNN

Actress and comedian, Cheryl Hines, speaks with Michael Smerconish on CNN about her husband Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s candidacy. They discuss Kennedy's appeal with independent and young voters, concerns about his safety and denied Secret Service protection, and her passion for supporting schools and teachers across America.  If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Nov 10, 2023

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Interviewed On Vlad TV Podcast

Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. recently appeared on VladTV speaking with host Vladimir Lyubovny (DJ Vlad). RFK Jr. recounted personal and family stories. He spoke about his grandfather, Joseph Kennedy, his uncle Joe who was killed in World War II, and grandfather Joseph’s legacy including being a wealthy millionaire even during the Great Depression. He recalled his childhood experiences when his uncle, John F. Kennedy became the 35th president, including attending the convention in Los Angeles and memories about his father and his bid for the Presidency.   Part 1

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Nov 08, 2023

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on Tetragrammaton With Rick Rubin

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. was on Tetragrammaton with Rick Rubin to talk about water pollution, corruption vs. capitalism, spirituality, running for office, the privatization of natural resources, the death of RFK Jr.’s uncle John F. Kennedy, the history of SV-40, the medical industrial complex, the Monsanto trial, the chronic disease epidemic, and some of the things Kennedy would do as President. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Nov 08, 2023

RFK, Jr. Believes His "Path to Hope" Explains Popularity With Young Voters

Newsweek reports: A New York Times/Siena poll published Sunday indicated that among voters age 18 to 29 in six key battleground states, Kennedy leads with 34 percent while President Joe Biden and Donald Trump are at 30 percent and 29 percent, respectively. "I've always had a big following among young people; environmentalists skew young," he said. He also said that since his candidacy, some have approached him to tell him they appreciated his stand against mandatory COVID vaccines for college students. "I tell them, 'thanks.' What else can I say?" he quips. Kennedy said he also wants to restore "moral authority" to the U.S., a notion to which young people are gravitating as their opinion of America has soured. He points to a Gallup poll in June that indicated just 18 percent of voters age 18 to 34 are "extremely proud" to be American, significantly lower than a decade earlier. "In the terms of the last two presidents, an entire generation of American kids have become disillusioned about our country and their own futures," he said. "I've been trying to show that generation a path to hope." Read the full interview here.   If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Nov 07, 2023

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s Crusade for Unity

The Charleston Mercury reports: As election time draws ever nearer, nearly all major polling outlets have revealed a similar trend in voter data: The majority of Americans would rather not have a rematch of the 2020 debacle if there is a viable alternative — an almost unprecedented sentiment among presidential voters. This trend was observed by HarrisX, Gallup and the Pew Research Institute. The polls varied, but the message was clear: Voters today are more open than ever before to a third-party candidate — and Mr. Kennedy is polling close to 20 percent. “My experience with running within the Democratic Party made it clear to me that the donor base of the Democratic Party is hostile to any progressive candidate who would challenge this corrupt merger between state and corporate power. So, you know, the same thing that happened to me, with the same things that happened to Tulsi Gabbard, that happened to Bernie Sanders and Jim Webb and other candidates who were talking about the corporate domination of America’s political system." "And … there’s a longer-term issue, which is the way that system stays in place, roads and amplifying the polarization so that Republicans are always fighting Democrats. It’s black against white. It’s native against migrant … It’s like the jangling keys strategy:  Everybody is looking at the jangling keys while the bank is being robbed … if a king and queen look out over the balustrades in their castle and they see their subjects fighting, they go back to the banquet and pop champagne corks, because they know nobody’s coming over the wall. [My] hope during my campaign is to quiet these disputes by focusing on the values that we all have in common, which are much larger and much more important than these little issues, these cultural issues that are used to keep us at each other’s throats.” That’s a key part of his message and one element that will likely stick with voters — it neither assigns nor absolves any blame, but focuses on a constructive way forward together. Read the full interview here.   If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Nov 01, 2023

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.: Security, Sacrifice, and the Search For Truth

Robert Kennedy, Jr. appears on the Danger Close podcast with Jack Carr in late October 2023. They discuss recent security threats and the Biden administration's refusal to grant him secret service protection, censorship of social media by the government, running as an Independent candidate, and many other topics in this almost two-hour interview.     If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Nov 01, 2023

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RFK, Jr.'s Big Gamble

Stepping into Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s home office is like stepping into another world. The rest of the home — nestled above west Los Angeles, where Kennedy lives with his wife, actress Cheryl Hines — is tastefully decorated in muted hues and original artwork. But Kennedy’s office, attached to the exterior garage, is much more chaotic. Books line the walls and cover nearly every surface. Taxidermied animals rest on the mantel and shelves. There are various markers from his career as a conservationist and environmental lawyer: a basketball-sized pufferfish, a perched hawk, and, most prominent, a massive Sumatran tiger — a gift from the Indonesian government to Kennedy’s father, the late attorney general and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. That the younger Kennedy would launch his own run for president, following in the footsteps of both his father and his uncle, isn’t entirely surprising. But how he’s doing it is a first for any Kennedy: he initially launched his campaign as a Democrat, trying to take down President Joe Biden, who Kennedy calls a “very close” family friend. When the path to the Democratic nomination seemed unlikely, he pivoted from the family’s longtime party and launched an independent run, seeking to siphon votes from both Biden and the Republican Party nominee. Read the full interview in Deseret here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Oct 28, 2023

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RFK, Jr., Threatened Again, Sues the Biden Administration

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.

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Oct 27, 2023

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RFK, Jr. Trespasser Included in Secret Service Risk Assessment Months Before DHS Denied Protection

The person arrested for trespassing on Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s property twice this week was listed in a Secret Service risk assessment as part of the candidate's request for protection in June, Fox News Digital has learned. Jonathan Macht was arrested Wednesday morning for trespassing on Kennedy's property. Police transported Macht from Kennedy's property, but he returned later in the day after he was released from custody and again attempted to enter the property. He was re-arrested. Kennedy requested Secret Service protection twice, but has been rejected by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) despite the Secret Service determining in June that he was at elevated "risk for adverse attention." "The thing I worry most about is the politicization of our law enforcement agencies," Kennedy said. "It is disturbing — the apparent weaponization of the Secret Service while Biden provides protection to his family members and political allies." "And then he denies it to political rivals," Kennedy said of Biden. "It is not good optics for the world of exemplary democracy." Read the full interview here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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