The 2024 election will be here before we know it. But this candidate wishes he had more time to fix his mistakes.
And a top presidential candidate is petrified after this skeleton in their closet came back to haunt them.
President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are poised for a rematch in the 2024 presidential election.
However, other candidates are fighting tooth and nail to try and stop that rematch from occurring.
One such candidate is Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who has recently distanced himself from the Democrat Party after announcing an independent run earlier this month.
Kennedy is hoping to gather in the support of both Democrats and Republicans due to his moderate stances on a variety of topics.
But now, Kennedy is likely to lose a lot of supporters who may align with the Right, due to recent revelations that show he’s been a strong supporter of Hillary Clinton.
In 2000, he appeared in a campaign ad for her U.S. Senate run in New York.
In 2008, he endorsed Clinton for president, saying, “Hillary Clinton has the strength and experience to bring the war in Iraq to an end and reverse the potentially devastating effects of global warming.”
“I watched proudly as Hillary won over New Yorkers across the state in her race for the Senate seat my father once held. Since then, she’s been reelected in a landslide victory and proven that she is ready to lead this nation from her first day in office. Hillary will inspire the real change America needs.”
Kennedy wasn’t done there with his support of the former First Lady and Secretary of State.
In 2016, he endorsed Clinton again, telling Larry King in an interview that he’s “solidly for Hillary.”
“I think Hillary is going to be a very, very good president,” Kennedy added.
RFK Jr. also praised both Clinton and Bernie Sanders in an interview with Yahoo! News Now in 2016.
Here's RFK Jr. in 2016 praising fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton and socialist Bernie Sanders pic.twitter.com/dS5oOt0nxq
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In a Fox News opinion piece written by the independent candidate, he detailed his decision in not labeling himself a Democrat or Republican.
Kennedy wrote that he, “declared independence from the two political parties and the corrupt interests that dominate them, and the entire rigged system of rancor and rage, corruption and lies, that has turned government officials into indentured servants of their corporate bosses.”
If he truly believes that he wrote, than he better distance himself quick from his support and friendship of Hillary Clinton if he wants to draw support from Republican voters.
And his support of the Second Amendment, border control, and his disapproval of the COVID-19 vaccine, has certainly drawn the interest of independent voters who may lean towards the Right.
But after his latest comments on providing reparations for Black Americans, his Leftist views on the environment, and his support of the former first lady, it’s safe to say that Robert Kennedy Jr. is just another Leftist trying to get into the Oval Office.
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