Groupthink Media Tries to Sabotage RFK Jr. Presidential Bid


by Constantinos E. Scaros at

Donald Trump’s flaws aside (he has them, just like any other human being who ever walked the earth), I voted for him in 2016 and 2020, and if he’s the Republican nominee, I’m going to vote for him again in 2024.

When Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) sufferers wonder how I can vote for someone who wants to “destroy democracy,” I realize that if I try to deprogram their brainwashed minds issue by issue, we could be there for hours.

Instead, I simply begin by saying, “Because the alternative is worse.”

By alternative, I mean any person with a realistic chance to grab the Democratic nomination and face Trump in the general election — whether it be Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, Gavin Newsom, Gretchen Whitmer, etc.

And if Trump is not the GOP nominee, just about any other Republican with a realistic chance of winning — whether it be Ron DeSantis, Mike Pompeo, Chris Christie, etc. — would get my vote.

“What about Robert Kennedy Jr.?” I’m often asked. “What if he’s the Democratic nominee?”

My answer is still no, but importantly, it’s a no after a long pause. Here’s why: Whether or not I agree with Kennedy’s political ideology, I think he believes in what he says. He doesn’t need a gimmick to gain attention; he’s a Kennedy, for goodness’ sake! And not just a Kennedy, but the son and namesake of the second-most influential member of the vast Kennedy family over the past 60 years.

I think his activism is commendable, if at times misplaced. If forced to replace our current president with another Democrat, Kennedy’s most likely the one I’d choose.

Yet I can’t see myself voting for him. Not because of him personally, but because of the company he keeps: other Democrats.


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