As things stand, President Joe Biden appears to be the party’s frontrunner for the 2024 presidential race. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (RFK), his sole serious opponent, appears to be losing his initial popularity. He had a recent interview with Tucker Carlson, where he discussed current events in politics and his family history, including his uncle John F. Kennedy’s killing in 1963. Does this give his campaign a new lease on life?
RFK Jr Explains Ukraine
Environmental lawyer and Biden-replacement conspiracy theorist RFK Jr. made an appearance on ex-Fox presenter Tucker Carlson’s new show “Tucker on Twitter” on August 14. Carlson urged viewers to tune in if they were interested in learning more about the conflict in Ukraine or the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Kennedy did not let the audience down; he discussed these issues at length.
RFK Jr. claims that the American people have been “lied to from the beginning” on Ukraine. He said that “the neocons in the White House” had been pushing for NATO involvement in Ukraine since 2001, when the alliance’s expansion eastward first began to irritate Russia. Kennedy continued by saying that, in order to fully grasp the nature of the crisis in Ukraine, it is necessary to consider the perspectives of all parties involved. But, he claimed, President Biden has consistently supported U.S. involvement in international conflicts.
Who Shot JFK?
His uncle, President John F. Kennedy, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, when RFK Jr. was just nine years old. Despite the official conclusion that renegade ex-Marine Lee Harvey Oswald was responsible for the shooting, many people still don’t believe it 60 years later. The likelihood that the United States government’s own intelligence service was engaged in the assassination of the previous president, John F. Kennedy, is obviously relevant for someone who aspires to be the next President Kennedy. According to RFK Jr.
According to Kennedy’s account to Carlson, CIA agents based in Miami (“basically… the Cuban station”) were “clearly involved” in his assassination. Aside from David Atlee Phillips, he claimed that CIA legend William King Harvey was Oswald’s handler. RFK Jr. claims that many CIA agents were frustrated by his father’s approach to the Castro dictatorship and his friendship with Khrushchev.
Despite a promising beginning, RFK Jr.’s campaign has lost pace in recent polls. His support among Democrats has dropped from 20% in April to 13% today. It’s unclear whether his recent statements about Ukraine and his uncle’s death have won him new supporters or whether Americans are simply searching for a candidate who would address the urgent issues at hand.