As Robert F. Kennedy Jr. officially announced he is running for the Democratic nomination for President in 2024, the fire alarm at the packed out Plaza Hotel in Boston interrupted his speech as he waxed lyrical on failures of the deep state.
Kennedy had turned to talking about how China is mastering infrastructure, building roads and bridges while the U.S. military industrial complex has been bombing them into rubble.
Comment: No wonder all countries Hate Us so much. We Are Run by Military-Industrial CRIMINALS!
Then the fire alarm sounded.
“Nice try” Kennedy quipped after the alarm continued, prompting the crowd to roar with approval.
Earlier in the speech, Kennedy spoke about his uncle JFK vowing to “take the CIA and shatter it into a thousand pieces and scatter it into the wind” after the disastrous Bay of Pigs incident.
RFK Jr. emphasised that JFK had concluded that “the function of the intelligence agencies had become to provide the military industrial complex with a constant pipeline of war.”
Kennedy also spoke about how his father Robert F. Kennedy was effectively exiled by the Democratic establishment during his 1968 presidential campaign, but still managed to unite the country.
“During this campaign and during my administration my objective will be to make as many Americans as possible forget that they are Republicans or Democrats and remember that they are Americans,” Kennedy vowed.
“We need to focus on the values we share instead of the issues that divide us,” he urged, adding “The government/media strategy of censoring dissonant voices is not only antithetical to our most fundamental values, it is counterproductive in that it fuels the flames of polarization, alienation, and anger.”
Kennedy also said, “the blizzard of misinformation that is now inundating our democracy will end only when the government and the media start telling the truth to Americans.”
He promised to “let loose” on those who have attempted to silence him for 18 years.
“This is what happens when you censor somebody for 18 years. I’ve got a lot to talk about,” Kennedy said.
He also spoke out against those who profited from lockdowns, “strip-mining the wealth from the middle class,” blaming President Trump by name.
Kennedy asserted that “my mission over the next 18 months of this campaign, and throughout my presidency will be to end the corrupt merger of state and corporate power that is threatening now… to impose a new kind of corporate feudalism on our country. To commoditize our children, our purple mountains’ majesty, to poison out children and our people with chemicals and pharmaceutical drugs, to strip-mine our assets, to hollow out the middle class, and keep us in a constant state of war.”
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Robert Kennedy’s White House Challenge to Biden Could Mean Win-Win US Election
Robert Kennedy Jr has thrown the cat among the pigeons with his challenge to Joe Biden. Attorney and media relations specialist Tyler Nixon said the heir to the 140-year-old Kennedy political dynasty could appeal to conservatives and libertarians as well as the Democrat voter base.
John F Kennedy’s nephew is a presidential candidate who could win over Republicans and Donald Trump supporters, a leading US commentator has said.
Robert F Kennedy Jr, the son of JFK’s assassinated brother, announced in Boston on Wednesday that he would challenge President Joe Biden for the Democratic Party nomination for the 2024 presidential election.
Biden’s predecessor Trump is expected to sweep the board in the Republican primaries — although he could be disqualified if convicted of the campaign finance charges brought by Democrat New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
Nixon told Sputnik it would be a boon to the US if Kennedy overcame the odds to win the Democrat primary contest.
“If he was the nominee of the Democrat Party and Trump was the Republican nominee, I don’t see how the country could lose,” Nixon said. “Instead of the lesser of two evils would be the choice between which one’s the better of two goods.”
Kennedy was an opponent of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns and of compulsory vaccination against the virus.
Nixon praised Kennedy’s “respectful critique” of Trump’s presidency which pointed out that while the former president publicly opposed the restrictions, “he still nevertheless enabled all the lockdowns and all the devastating damage.”
“He said Trump’s instincts were right, but he just went along with them with this monstrous, complete perversion of governmental power that undermined the most essential civil rights,” the attorney said.
The fourth-generation heir to the Kennedy political dynasty also painted himself as a peace candidate — in contrast to Biden, who unilaterally altered the Afghan peace deal with disastrous results and has since embarked on a proxy war with Russia in Ukraine.
“He also talked about his uncle, JFK, and said that he felt that the measure of a president’s greatness was whether they kept the country out of war, he said, as his uncle did,” Nixon pointed out.
Even Kennedy’s problems with spasmodic dysphonia, a medical condition that affects his voice “gives him a very, almost a sort of a, gentle and soft-spoken tenor where he couldn’t stand up there and be a demagogue or shouting like you get Biden going off or even Trump.”