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Five Worries Keeping Biden and Democrats Up at Night

The Hill reports: The Biden campaign is not complacent, and there are lingering fears among Democrats and the larger Bidenworld about how a number of issues from inflation to the crisis in Gaza could hurt the president in the fall. Here’s what keeps the Biden campaign up at night:  #1: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Biden this week received one of the only endorsements that will matter this election — the backing of Camelot. The Kennedy clan threw their arms around Biden in a major campaign rally this week while basically snubbing Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. who is running a third-party bid for the White House. None of this means Kennedy is diminished in the presidential race. In fact, he’s becoming a bigger threat. Kennedy this week secured a spot on the ballot in Michigan, a battleground state Biden desperately needs to win but where he appears quite vulnerable. And he is likely to be on the ballot in other key states, including Arizona, Georgia and Nevada. In what is shaping up to be a low enthusiasm/low turnout race, Kennedy could become a viable option to voters who feel turned off by Biden and Trump. Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Hawaii Will Be the Third State Ballot To Include RFK Jr.

CNN reports: Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. will appear on Hawaii’s presidential ballot following a Friday ruling that blocked an effort by Hawaii Democrats to disqualify his campaign’s ballot access petition. Hawaii marks the third state where Kennedy has officially qualified for ballot access. He gained ballot access in Michigan, a key battleground state, earlier this week after qualifying for Utah’s ballot earlier this year. The ruling, issued by hearings officer Aaron Schulaner, said an objection filed by the Democratic Party of Hawaii “did not meet its burden of proof in this case” and the Kennedy campaign’s We the People Party – a minor party the campaign established to circumvent ballot access requirements – will be allowed to appear on Hawaii’s ballot in November. Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Kennedy Campaign Wins First DNC Ballot Access Challenge, We The People Party Officially on Ballot in Hawaii

HONOLULU, HI—APRIL 20, 2024—Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s new political party, We The People, will officially appear on Hawaii’s general election ballot following a Friday ruling that blocked an effort by Hawaii Democrats to disqualify his ballot access. The ruling marks a campaign victory in the DNC’s first attempt to remove the Kennedy-Shanahan ticket from the ballot in a state. 

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The American People Are Petrified

Featured on The Hill: Tens of millions of Americans who are at the breaking point after being manipulated by the fear and threats directed at them by those either elected or appointed to serve them. But of course, those overlords don’t serve the American people. They don’t serve the working class, the poor and the disenfranchised. They serve only themselves, their parties, the billionaires, activists and organizations directing them. These entrenched elites float high above the unwashed masses in bubbles of luxury, privilege, ignorance and even contempt. As they do, over 60 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. The same share doesn’t have even $1,000 in the bank for an emergency expense. Inflation is forcing them to choose between necessities; they use credit cards to purchase the bare necessities and are then hit with crippling interest rates. For the elites in the bubbles, this is all a “Let them eat cake” moment. But for the working class of America, this is not only devastating, but unsustainable. For those truly paying attention, there is no mystery as to why the voice of independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is resonating with more and more of these Americans. Every single day in his X feed, Kennedy takes on the politically- and activist-created threats that are overwhelming the American people and causing them to lose hope. Every day he is telling the voiceless that he hears them. Instead of President Biden and his team directing the Democratic National Committee to smear Kennedy and take out his populist campaign, it seems the wiser choice would be to determine why Kennedy’s voice is now resonating with millions of petrified Americans. The same advice holds true for Trump and the Republican National Committee. Read the full opinion here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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RFK Jr. on The Glenn Beck Podcast

In this interview, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. warns that “There’s going to be a revolution" if America's economic destruction continues. The “billionaire boys club” at the World Economic Forum is “arranging the world to shift wealth upwards and to clamp down totalitarian controls on everybody else.” In a discussion that ranges from Big Pharma and the Patriot Act to Iran and the Second Amendment, RFK Jr. explains what he would do if he defeated both President Biden and Donald Trump to become America's next president.   

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Flashback To 2011: RFK Jr. Tells Stephen Colbert About The Impact Of Coal Mining

A clip from my 2011 appearance on The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert, in which I spoke about mountaintop removal and the coal industry’s illegal and destructive practices in Appalachia. Over a decade later, mountaintop removal caused by coal mining has flattened more than 1 million acres and 500 mountains in the region, and buried thousands of miles of vital Appalachian headwater streams while poisoning many more. Donate Now

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RFK Jr.: Are We Left Or Right?

We’re still buzzing from my running mate Nicole Shanahan’s amazing speech in Oakland last month and the new energy she’s brought to our campaign. We’re here to radically change the political conversation and to put issues on the map that both parties have neglected. While about one in 5 voters already supports us, to get on the ballot in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and take the White House, we need financial support. The April 30th FEC deadline is around the corner, and your contribution today means more than ever. Donate Now

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Will Be on the Ballot in Michigan

The New York Times reports: On the same day that more than a dozen members of his family endorsed President Biden, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. announced Thursday that he had secured a spot on the ballot in Michigan, one of the swing states likely to decide the election. The Natural Law Party, which has ballot access in Michigan, nominated Mr. Kennedy and his running mate, Nicole Shanahan, for president and vice president. A spokeswoman for the Michigan secretary of state’s office confirmed that this meant Mr. Kennedy would be on the ballot in November. Mr. Kennedy is seeking ballot access in all 50 states through a mixture of independent petitions and third-party nominations. In some states, he has filed to create his own party. At the same time, Democratic allies of Mr. Biden are working to challenge his access to the ballot. In a statement released by Mr. Kennedy’s campaign, Doug Dern, the chairman of the Natural Law Party, called him “the most qualified candidate in the modern-day history of America.” Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Kennedy Gains Ballot Access in Battle Ground State of Michigan

LANSING, MI—APRIL 18, 2024—Independent Presidential Candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. today announced the campaign has gained ballot access in Michigan. Kennedy was nominated for president and Nicole Shanahan was nominated for vice president by the Natural Law Party in Michigan.

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Bobby Kennedy And The Ownership Economy

Forbes reports: Over the past year in his independent presidential campaign, Bobby Kennedy Jr. has sought to bring together members of both major political parties, with a form of economic populism that expands ownership opportunities. In contrast to Sanders, Kennedy’s goal is not to grow the welfare state or state control over the economy. His economic populism is free-market oriented, aimed at building a broader property-owning middle class. It is aimed at widening the number of worker-owners with a stake in the market system, through their ownership of homes, businesses, employee stock and profit sharing, and other assets. Whether Kennedy’s economic strategies can achieve the goals of ownership and the middle class he has set, remains to be determined. But his “ownership economy” is one that should be discussed and debated. Currently, it is largely ignored by the legacy media—or subsumed by the parade of articles speculating about of how many votes he will “take away” from President Biden or President Trump. I wrote about Kennedy’s heterodox jobs program late last summer. In the eight months since, he has sharpened his jobs agenda, and connected it to a broader platform of worker ownership. It is time to revisit the campaign’s economic themes, briefly noting three of the subjects Kennedy often speaks about in 2024: the abandonment of vast sections of the blue collar economy, low wage workforces, and the marginalization of small businesses. Read the full article here.

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