Yep you heard right. Robert F. Kennedy (RFK, Jr. ); may just be the next President of the United States. And he kicked off his first campaign Wednesday with his wife Cheryl by his side, whom he claims will “be a really funny First lady.” The 69-year-old nephew of late President John F. Kennedy and son of former US attorney general and assassinated 1968 presidential candidate Robert Kennedy made the announcement at the Park Plaza Hotel in Boston.
According to Daily Mail the PK (politician kid) is known for his adverse and warped anti-vax theories. After all, he is an anti-vaccine activist and environmental lawyer who described himself as a truth-teller who will “end the division.”
RFK Jr’s Family Goes Against His Anti-Vax Views
“Most of the Kennedys are disgusted with his attitude,” said Kennedy family biographer Laurence Leamer, referring to Robert’s recent anti-vaccination activism. “They still care about him, but he’s an embarrassment.”new york post
Children’s Health Defense, an anti-vaccine charity run by Kennedy Jr., more than doubled its revenues in 2020 to $6.8 million. Subsequently, the environmentalist lawyer has had rights revoked from both Instagram and YouTube for spreading false information about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Not to mention, he has also repeatedly referred to Nazis and the Holocaust when speaking about measures that were taken to get rid of Covid; such as vaccine and mask mandates. He’s also said bizarre things surrounding his father’s assassination like “Sirhan did not actually participate in the murder of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy during a Los Angeles presidential campaign stop in 1968”.
His Wife Cheryl Introduced Him Before He Came Onstage
“My mission over the next 18 months of this campaign, and throughout my presidency, will be to end the corrupt merger of state and corporate power that is threatening now to impose a new kind of corporate feudalism on our country,” he said.new york post
Finally, he joins self-help guru Marianne Williamson in a presidential primary against incumbent Joe Biden, who made claims to joining the race again. However, he hasn’t announced any upcoming campaigns.