Robert Kennedy Jr. Files to Run for President Against Biden

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. declared he would run for the presidency of the United States in 2024.

Robert Kennedy Jr. Files Paperwork to Run

In the Democratic Party’s primary, Robert will go up against Joe Biden, an ailing president who is 80 years old.

Robert stands out among numerous contemporary Democrats because he still supports the US Constitution, Bill of Rights, and fights against public corruption.

For his bravery in opposing Tony Fauci and the dictators in the American medical establishment (whose actions murdered hundreds of thousands of citizens throughout the COVID pandemic,) Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. also enjoys an extensive following in the ranks of populists.

Kennedy never stops criticizing the risky mRNA COVID vaccinations.

Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit spoke with Robert Kennedy Jr. in August 2022.

Robert Kennedy Jr. talked about “A Letter to Liberals,” the book he wrote. The book criticizes “lockdown liberalism’s” acceptance of oppressive measures that once went against their core beliefs.

The Children’s Health Defense site sells the publication.

Robert Stood Against Vax

In 2021, Robert Kennedy Jr. released “The Real Anthony Fauci,” which quickly rose to the top of the bestseller lists on Amazon and The New York Times.

Ignoring the mainstream press and big tech criticisms of the work of literature and its author, approximately more than a million copies were sold.

Recently, Kennedy posted to Twitter, speaking about foreign policy problems. Kennedy specifically addressed China posing a greater threat to the United States.

He also talked about negative impacts that various neocons have caused here at home domestically and abroad. Kennedy charged that thanks to the acts of neocons, both Russia and China were boosted on the world stage.

It remains to be seen how his presidential campaign pans out during the Democrat Party’s primary process. Joe Biden is expected to announce his reelection plans soon.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.