BREAKING: Biden Could Be FINISHED— Democrat Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Files To Challenge Him In 2024

In a story breaking across the internet, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., son of the assassinated 1968 Presidential candidate, U.S. Senator, U.S. Attorney General, and nephew of assassinated President John F. Kennedy has filed to challenge incumbent President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. in the upcoming 2024 election.

The Kennedy campaign represented by Treasurer John E. Sullivan confirmed this according to CNN.

In his own right, Kennedy is a noted Environmental Attorney, Climate Change proponent, prominent anti-vaccine activist, and vocal critic of Dr. Anthony Fauci. He has reportedly been mulling a presidential run since at least March when he tweeted,

“If it looks like I can raise the money and mobilize enough people to win, I’ll jump in the race,” he said. “If I run, my top priority will be to end the corrupt merger between state and corporate power that has ruined our economy, shattered the middle class, polluted our landscapes and waters, poisoned our children, and robbed us of our values and freedoms. Together we can restore America’s democracy.”

CNN’s Jake Tapper took a dim view of his candidacy telling audiences,  “Anti-vaccine quack RFK Jr. has filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to run for president as a Democrat… Kennedy is such a healthcare menace, in 2019, even his cousins wrote an op-ed criticizing his anti-science views on life-saving vaccines.”


Where the Democratic party has been plagued by a lack of a ‘bench’ of viable candidates other than its unpopular incumbent, the entry of Kennedy into the race could be game-changing in an election season that has already seen the first-ever indictment of a former President and leading candidate for the Republican party, 45th President Donald J. Trump.

This is a breaking story and will be updated by DC Enquirer in subsequent reports.

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