Joe Biden is sweating bullets after this 2024 announcement hit his desk

Joe Biden

Biden already has an uphill battle for re-election. But this threatens to ruin his chances completely.

And Joe Biden is sweating bullets after this 2024 announcement hit his desk.

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has dismissed charges that he is acting as a “spoiler” in the 2024 elections for either President Biden or former President Trump, while also disputing claims that he has abandoned the Democratic Party, which his family has represented for decades.

Kennedy told “Your World” on Tuesday that he will qualify for all 50 state ballots, which will further establish he is a genuine contender, as presenter Neil Cavuto noted rumors that his candidacy would harm Biden’s re-election chances by drawing more votes from the president’s supporters than Trump’s.

“I mean, my intention is to hurt both of them and… right now I’m beating both candidates and independent voters, and independents are the biggest party. This is the first election in history where independents are the biggest voting bloc,” Kennedy said, claiming there are more voters who identify as independent than side with either major binary party.

Kennedy added that he has seen three-way general election polls that showed him winning both Biden and Trump in every age category except baby boomers, while tying them with the expanding Hispanic vote bloc.

“I think we have a very good chance of winning in November,” he told reporters.

Unfortunately for RFK Jr., it doesn’t seem like there’s any truth to the claim that he could come even close to winning based on the polls.

Based on The Hill’s poll aggregator, Kennedy only garners 11% of support in a hypothetical three-way match-up.

His support peaked back in October of 2023, where he pulled 19% of support.

And despite his fluctuating support, one thing remains true, Trump wins out in this scenario.

In the most recent average, Trump’s support stands at 41.4% compared to 38.7% for Biden.

Even in the face of a total loss, he seems intent on fighting to the end – even while his family tells him to stand down.

Following the beginning of his 2023 campaign, a number of Kennedy family members condemned his candidacy.

JFK’s grandson, Jack Schlossberg, termed his uncle’s campaign a “embarrassment,” while Kennedy’s sister, Rory, stated in a 2023 Instagram post that “Bobby might share the same name as our father, but he does not share the same values, vision, or judgment.”

Rory Kennedy’s greeting was signed by his siblings, former Rep. Joseph Kennedy II, D-Mass., former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, and Kerry Kennedy, the ex-wife of former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Kennedy disagreed, stating that the problems most important to him match those of his late father, and half-shrugged when reminded of his family’s critiques.

“If you went down the issues that my father believed and he felt strongly about, I would check every one of those boxes. The same with President Kennedy. Show me an issue that they felt strongly about that I don’t agree with them on. So I feel like I am representing the values of the Democratic Party,” he said.

“Maybe the party has slipped away from its traditional values.”

Kennedy noted that his father frequently expressed the idea, “I don’t vote for the party, I vote for the individual.”

“[RFK and JFK] understood the dangers that George Washington warned about: partisan politics, that partisan self-interest would subsume and replace and displace patriotism and patriotic impulses.”

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