by Sharon Rondeau

Photo: Gage Skimore, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0

(Apr. 5, 2023) – After launching an exploratory committee in early March, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. filed documents Wednesday to officially enter the 2024 presidential race as a Democrat.

White House occupant Joe Biden has not announced a re-election campaign and is unpopular among several cohorts, including many Democrats. Last month 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Marianne Williamson announced her 2024 candidacy.

An article by author John Leake, who co-authored a book with Dr. Peter A. McCullough about the government’s response to the COVID-19 threat, provides a biographical sketch of Kennedy and reports he will hold a campaign kickoff event in Boston, MA on April 19, the initial fixed date of Patriots Day in Massachusetts.

Kennedy has championed a number of causes over his career as an environmental attorney and founder of Children’s Health Defense (CHD) affecting vaccines children are required to receive in order to attend school. He has been an outspoken advocate of medical freedom throughout the COVID-19 crisis and has a pending lawsuit against the Biden regime for alleged violations of the First Amendment surrounding social-media “censorship.”

Kennedy, 69, is the son of former U.S. Attorney General and U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, who was assassinated in June 1968. The elder RFK’s brother, President John F. Kennedy, was assassinated in November 1963 while traveling in an open motorcade in Dallas, TX.

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  1. Don’t get me wrong, I like Robert a lot.
    He’s been spot-on his reporting on the ‘CLOT SHOT’ but he could be muddying the waters and diluting the vote for Trump.
    As Henry did, quit the charade and support Trump 100%, full time, as every American needs to do.

    Roving Reporter