Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said the public does not trust America's government, and because of that, he hopes to restore trust in the Democratic Party as a “template of democracy.”
The Democratic candidate said he is concerned about maintaining the integrity of the Constitution, given governmental mandates during the coronavirus pandemic.
They suspended the First Amendment on religion, freedom of association when they did the lockdowns, freedom of speech. They banned jury trials against vaccine companies — that’s the 7th Amendment,” Kennedy Jr. noted, speaking of federal and state mandates. “They abolished property rights — 5th Amendment. They closed 3.3 million businesses with no due process, no just compensation.”
“The Constitution was written for hard times,” he continued. “And we need to restore that. That there’s no excuse for suspending our Constitution.”
When asked if he would support Biden should the president receive the party’s nomination, Kennedy Jr. told Ingraham, “I expect to be the nominee. I do not have a plan B.”
He did, however, say that if a Republican were to be elected president in 2024, he would consider serving as a Cabinet member should he be asked.
If you're a Democrat and care about the freedoms against governmental intrusion into the lives of citizens guaranteed by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, to quote the Former Truck Driver, and you vote for "that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap," "you ain't black."
You are the crackpot.
pb'd absolutely vote for Kennedy in the primary were he still a Dem!