The Biden campaign is in so much trouble, that now President Trump is not their only concern in the upcoming election.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., son of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy, is currently running the strongest third-party campaign since Ross Perot’s bid in 1992. Polling overwhelmingly shows that Kennedy takes more votes from Biden than he does from Trump, thus increasing Trump’s lead in polls depicting a three-way matchup. To top it all off, Kennedy currently has gained ballot access in five crucial swing states: Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, and New Hampshire.

Why is the Biden campaign now rolling out a coordinated effort to attack Kennedy ahead of the general election? In addition to his obvious role as a spoiler for Biden who helps President Trump’s chances, Kennedy himself is very much an anti-establishment figure with an incredible life story that every American should know about.

Even more importantly, Kennedy is a callback to a Democratic Party that was once not nearly as insane as it is today. The party of his father and uncle was the kind of party that still cared for the American people, albeit in their own way; it is this nostalgic longing for a bygone era that has drawn many disaffected Democrats away from Biden and towards Kennedy’s insurgent campaign.

Only now are the Democrats taking notice. But it may already be too late.


Biden Camp in Panic Over RFK.

By Pulse Wires

The re-election campaign of President Joe Biden is rolling out a concerted effort to head off the rising influence of independent and third-party candidates. Of particular concern to the Biden campaign is Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who has been polling stronger than any other independent candidate since Ross Perot in 1992. The Biden campaign team, along with the Democratic National Committee (DNC), have brought on board a group of staffers dedicated to derailing Kennedy’s momentum.

With Kennedy announcing his running mate set for Tuesday, his campaign has been clear about their intentions to draw votes from both major party candidates. “Mr. Kennedy plans to take votes from both President Biden and former President Trump,” Stefanie Spear, press secretary for the Kennedy campaign said in a recent interview. Spear added: “Of course the DNC is worried. Kennedy has the highest favorability among the candidates and outpaces Presidents Biden and Trump among independents.”

The DNC has insisted that Kennedy is running to play spoiler and tilt the election in favor of former President Donald Trump. As evidence for their claim, the DNC has pointed to the fact that both Trump and Kennedy share a common mega-donor, businessman Tim Mellon. “We’re going to make sure voters are educated and we’re going to make sure all candidates are playing by the rules,” DNC spokesman Matt Corridoni said, describing the party’s anti-Kennedy efforts.

Earlier in the 2024 election cycle, the Democrat Party backed initiatives in several states to restrict third-party candidacies. These efforts included a media team dedicated to pushing negative news coverage of third-party candidates and a legal team to challenge ballot access.

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