According to "TruNews" hosts Rick Wiles and Dr. Raymond Burkhart, 69-year-old RFK Jr. aims to destroy the Deep State and make Big Pharma accountable for the "vaccines" that killed and harmed people all around the world. RFK Jr., a "black sheep" for arguably the most famous political clan in America, recently traveled to Boston to declare that he will challenge Biden for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination. (Related: IT'S OFFICIAL: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will run as a Democrat in 2024 against Biden.)
Kennedy, a nephew of President John F. Kennedy and son of the U.S. Attorney General and New York Senator Robert F. Kennedy, was once a bestselling author and environmental lawyer who worked on issues such as clean water. He also emerged as one of the leading voices in the anti-vaccine movement – his work described by public health experts and members of his own family as "misleading and dangerous."
"This is what happens when you censor somebody for 18 years," Kennedy said, a reference to his complaint that social media platforms and the mainstream media have not given him a fair hearing. "They shouldn't have shut me up for that long because now I'm really going to let loose on them for the next 18 months. They're going to hear a lot from me."
"He's going to expose the vaccines and the pharmaceutical companies. Most likely, he's going to bring up Ukraine and pharmaceutical experiments on children and Ukrainian people. If he goes down that road, it's going to be extremely threatening to the deep state," Wiles said. "And for the first time in decades, we have a major Kennedy running for the Democratic nomination. And he's not a communist Democrat."
The hosts also brought up the possibility that RFK Jr. could end up running as a third-party candidate.
"That's suddenly an interesting choice," Burkhart said. "His whole life, politics and even his efforts at the Children's Health Defense over the past 15-20 years, he's been involved. How are you going to find a guy that says, 'I've been fighting for kids and I believe the vaccines are evil.'"
Wiles added: "If he chooses a moderate person with qualities, skills and experience as his vice president, that ticket would be very appealing to people. In a three-way race, if he could get on the ballot as an independent and have a moderate vice-presidential candidate, he would be a very serious candidate in November of 24. We need to watch this one."
A recent horserace poll found the likely Republican nominee, former President Donald Trump, leading the incumbent president by one point at 44 percent to 43 percent among registered voters nationwide.
According to Douglas E. Schoen, a political consultant and contributor at the Hill, if RFK Jr. mounts an aggressively negative primary campaign against Biden, it could very well hobble him in the general election. Schoen thinks RFK Jr.'s bid is still a longshot, in part because his issue stances are far outside of the mainstream Democratic Party, except for his environmental advocacies. Many of his climate positions, such as on clean energy and land conservation, are aligned with the Democratic platform.
However, he is a prominent Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) gene-altering therapy skeptic, who was banned and censored from social media platforms. He is also anti-corporate power and has railed against government bank bailouts, which could very well strike a responsive chord with many progressives, who tend to be lukewarm toward Biden. He also vowed to end the corrupt merger of state and corporate power.
And this is why critics are somehow pessimistic that he could win the primaries. "But RFK Jr. may very well complicate matters for Biden, who would benefit from a cakewalk primary ahead of a likely rematch against Trump in the general election," Schoen remarked.
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