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Jul 04, 2023

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RFK, Jr. vs the Democratic Elites

Spiked reports: He still bears the name of the US Democratic Party’s most famous and revered family. But that hasn’t stopped the Democratic elites and liberal media from relentlessly attacking Robert F Kennedy Jr. Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jul 04, 2023

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Celebrates Free Speech Ruling

Breitbart reports: Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. celebrated a federal judge’s decision to block the Biden administration from interacting with social media companies that have censored him and others. As Breitbart News reported, U.S. Judge Terry A. Doughty — a Donald Trump appointee — issued a temporary injunction on July 4th in a suit by Missouri and Louisiana to challenge the administration’s alleged censorship. Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jul 03, 2023

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Pundits Say Kennedy Will Likely Win New Hampshire Primary

The Boston Herald reports: Despite the odds stacked against Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s run at the White House, his campaign isn’t so novel or fringe that President Biden should swiftly dismiss the scion of the powerful political family and likely victor of the first Democratic primary contest, experts tell the Herald. RFK Jr., as he is popularly called, the son of the former attorney general and New York Sen. Robert Kennedy, announced he would follow in his father’s footsteps and seek the presidency in April, effectively answering the question of whether Biden would sail into the general election absent the weight of responding to his record throughout a primary contest. “If you are Joe Biden, this is the last thing you wanted,” Ken Cosgrove, a professor of political science and legal studies at Suffolk University, told the Herald. Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jun 30, 2023

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Driving the Media Crazy

The American Mind reports: In a recent piece for the Los Angeles Times, Robin Abcarian, a hyper-progressive political commentator, took great pains and pleasure in dragging Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s name through the digital mud. In addition to disputing the “science” behind the Covid vaccine, says Abcarian, Kennedy has crossed many other “unassailable” lines of dogma, including his doubt in the high moral standing of the CIA. According to Abcarian, the nephew of JFK and son of slain 1968 presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy “is off his rocker.” But is he, really? On April 19, Kennedy officially launched his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. The lawyer and environmental activist is growing in popularity, with as many as 20 percent of registered Democrats and left-leaning independents voicing their support for him. Read the full opinion piece here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jun 23, 2023

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These Unexpected Voter Segments May Back RFK Jr. in 2024

Former Sen. Scott Brown on Centerpoint on TBN's Politics and Daily News show covered Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s New Hampshire peace speech on June 20. Brown spoke with audience members at Kennedy's event and examined the voter segments that may be supporting him in the 2024 election. Brown asked, "Will the Biden administration try to suppress RFK Jr.'s campaign?" Watch the Centerpoint segment on TBN here: If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jun 22, 2023

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RFK Jr. Speaks on Climate Without Pontificating

The Vermont Daily Chronicle reports: Speaking energetically in the low-ceilinged event room, Mr. Kennedy engaged the smilingly attentive crowd with a history of his legal battles against large industrial polluters challenging PCBs that tainted the Hudson River, and coal-burning plants that polluted the country with mercury. Mr. Kennedy’s passion and confident optimism held the room even for those who might disagree: there was no doubting the intensity of his sincerity. Tellingly, RFK, Jr. did not pontificate about greenhouse gasses, or condemn Republicans for climate change. He instead focused on the nonpartisan consensus that toxic chemicals are destroying the ecosystem, and the free market forces that must be harnessed to compel polluters to internalize the true environmental costs of their products. Kennedy made an accurate case that protecting environmental resources can be accomplished without sacrificing economic growth. The standing ovation that followed suggested his closing argument hit home. Read the full article here: If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jun 21, 2023

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How RFK, Jr. Could Win the New Hampshire Primary

The Hill reports: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. could walk away with a win in the New Hampshire primary next year — a scenario few mainstream Democrats have let sink in. “It was President Biden’s decision to deprive New Hampshire of its historic ‘First in the Nation Primary’ status,” said Dennis Kucinich, Kennedy’s campaign manager, who launched long shot bids for the nomination in 2004 and 2008, much to the chagrin of his party’s standard-bearers.   The former Ohio congressman and Cleveland mayor suggested they intend to court voters protective of the state’s sacred early voting slot.   “Our decision is to respect the people of New Hampshire,” Kucinich told The Hill in a Monday statement.   Biden outraged many Democrats in the state when he proposed last year to make South Carolina the first to vote in the primary, citing its diversity, and putting it ahead of New Hampshire and Iowa, which had always gone first. Though the calendar hasn’t been formally settled yet, many New Hampshire Democrats are already suggesting the state could defy the Democratic National Committee and hold their primary ahead of schedule.   Should that happen, Biden allies have indicated the president likely won’t participate — leaving an opening for a candidate like Kennedy to win. You can read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jun 19, 2023

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Joe Rogan, Elon Musk Challenge Prominent Vaccine Booster To Debate RFK, Jr. on Safety of Covid Vaccines

The New York Sun reports: Prominent online personalities are joining Joe Rogan’s offer to donate thousands of dollars to charity if an American vaccine researcher agrees to appear on the podcasting behemoth’s show to debate Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. about the safety and efficacy of Covid vaccines. Mr. Rogan promised to donate $100,000 to charity if author Peter Hotez, a physician and researcher at Baylor University, would agree to come on his show to defend his assertion that Mr. Kennedy spread “misinformation” during an appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast last week. On Saturday, the chief executive of Pershing Square Capital Management, Bill Ackman, said he would add $150,000 to the bounty. You can read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jun 17, 2023

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Mainstream News Outlets Want to End Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s Primary Challenge

The New York Post reports: When Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced his primary challenge to Joe Biden in April, the media shrugged him off as a meme candidate who would soon collide with political reality. Two months later, Kennedy is polling as high as 20% and his campaign is gaining momentum. And the media — unwilling to let Biden be primaried by this pedigreed populist — have decided it’s time to step in. And step in they have. Over the past weeks, major print and broadcast organizations have laid the foundations for a powerful narrative designed to hobble Kennedy’s campaign before a single vote is cast. The strategy is to disqualify Kennedy by labeling him a font of misinformation, out to serve America’s monied technocrats. You can read the full opinion piece here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jun 14, 2023

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RFK, Jr. Tops Biden and Trump in New Favorability Poll

Forbes reports: 2024 Democratic presidential contender Robert F. Kennedy Jr.—an environmental lawyer with anti-vaccine views and a strong family dynasty at his back—has higher favorability numbers than either President Joe Biden or former President Donald Trump, according to a new poll by The Economist and YouGov, even as Biden maintains a lead in the 2024 primary. Kennedy Jr. was viewed favorably by 49% of respondents and unfavorably by just 30%, leaving him with a net rating of 19 points—higher than any other candidate in the poll, which surveyed 1,500 adult respondents from June 10 to 13. You can read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jun 12, 2023

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Biden’s Kennedy Headache Is Rapidly Turning Into a Migraine

AMAC reports: If not for his name, most Democrats would be quick to argue that Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., has nothing going for him in his long-shot primary challenge to Joe Biden. But whispers are beginning to arise that perhaps, just perhaps, Biden and his team should start taking the Kennedy challenge seriously. Biden’s numbers remain soft, but more worryingly, Kennedy, rather than proving an inexperienced flake, has shown remarkable energy. He clearly takes his bid seriously. You can read the full opinion piece here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jun 11, 2023

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Populism May Be Driving RFK, Jr. Toward the White House

The Messenger reports: wo months before the 2016 presidential election, I predicted that New York City businessman Donald Trump would win the election, win Pennsylvania, and get 306 electoral votes. Trump did win, of course, he took Pennsylvania, and he ended up with 304 electoral votes.  Years before that prediction, I worked on three winning presidential campaigns — although that experience had little to do with the accuracy of my prediction in 2016. Instead, it came down to taking off partisan blinders, studying the 2012 election results, factoring in the positive or negative effects of viral statements the two major candidates had made, and, most especially, assessing the needs and fears of working-class Americans. Much of the political intelligentsia comes from money — and good for them. I did not, however. I grew up in abject poverty. My mother and I often lived in cars when I was a child. One plus resulting from those years is that my ears became attuned to not only the issues that plague working-class and disenfranchised voters but also the populist messages that might resonate with such Americans. So, for a few months before that 2016 election, I spoke with hundreds of people from across the political and socioeconomic spectrum. Those conversations told me there was a growing resentment against the entrenched elites controlling both major political parties — resentment that, at least to me, seemed to open up a lane for the outsider Trump. He found that lane because tens of millions of Americans were desperately searching for an outsider, a populist who would finally champion their concerns. Now, eight years later, a new “outsider,” another populist, has emerged as a potential champion for millions of Americans: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. You can read the full opinion piece here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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