“On the Holmes Front,” with Frank Holmes
There’s a new candidate in the race to remove Joe Biden from the White House—and for him, the race seems to be deeply personal.
It’s not Donald Trump, although the 45th president wants to avenge his 2020 loss to Biden, which he still says was rigged.
It’s outspoken vaccine opponent and environmental activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. — and he may have some bad blood with Biden for a totally different reason.
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On Thursday, news broke that RFK Jr. filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to run for president as a Democrat in 2024.
CNN has already gotten to work trying to assassinate his character. “Anti-vaccine quack Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to run for president as a Democrat,” Jake Tapper told CNN viewers. “Kennedy is such a healthcare menace, in 2019, even his cousins wrote an op-ed criticizing his anti-science views on life-saving vaccines.”
RFK Jr. has become the fourth Kennedy to run for president: His father Robert F. Kennedy — a former senator and U.S. attorney general — ran in 1968. His uncle John F. Kennedy served three years in office. In 1980, his uncle Ted Kennedy even challenged the sitting president, fellow Democrat Jimmy Carter.
Each Kennedy ran for president only once. Two were tragically assassinated—and the Kennedy clan has always questions about who killed them.
In 2013, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. spoke about his father’s views on the Warren Commission’s report, which attributed JFK’s death to Lee Harvey Oswald alone.
RFK Sr. considered the report “shoddy,” RFK Jr. said, paraphrasing.
The younger Kennedy added, “The evidence at this point I think is very, very convincing that it was not a lone gunman.”
Four years later, he visited a prison to see Sirhan Sirhan, the man convicted of assassinating Attorney General Kennedy. After the visit, RFK Jr. said, “The wrong person might have been convicted of killing my father.”
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Other Kennedys have raised questions about the official narrative, as well, and Joe Biden holds the power to answer many of their questions.
The National Archives are holding a vast gulf of documents about the JFK assassination. The agency has been keeping the documents off-limits, despite the wishes of Congress.
Congress said in 1992, “All Government records concerning the assassination of President John F. Kennedy… should be eventually disclosed to enable the public to become fully informed about the history surrounding the assassination.”
Biden had the option of releasing the hidden documents that could clear up one of the greatest questions facing the American public just a few months ago—and he refused.
Biden decided to dam up the documents for at least a little while longer. “Temporary continued postponement is necessary to protect against identifiable harm to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, or the conduct of foreign relations that is of such gravity that it outweighs the public interest in immediate disclosure,” President Biden wrote last October.
Temporary? After nearly 60 years?
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To add insult to injury, just four years after Robert F. Kennedy Jr. stood over his father’s grave, he had to watch the media try to transfer his glorious family legacy to Biden.
It all began in 1972 when Time magazine — a huge deal at the time — noticed Joe Biden as a 29-year-old candidate for Senate.
Time said the fact that Biden played “an extremely rough brand of touch football… coupled with his star-quality good looks” seems to “cast Biden, an Irish Catholic, in the Kennedy mold.”
“The Kennedy comparison is encouraged by the intense involvement of his family in the current campaign,” Time added.
The media’s attempts to shoehorn Biden into the Kennedy clan started in ‘72, but they didn’t end there.
Later, Biden even got in on the act.
“Rose Kennedy is always calling me to come to dinner. She has invited me at least ten times and I’ve only gone once,” Biden told a gossip columnist named Kitty Kelley in 1974. “Whenever Ted and Joan Kennedy call me for dinner—and they call quite a bit—I usually say I have to go home.”
“Most guys would kill to get invitations like that,” Biden bragged.
Kelley said that a random schoolteacher from Georgia stopped Biden and begged him, “Please come and say something to my students… You’re their Jack Kennedy.”
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It wasn’t enough for Biden to steal the Kennedy family’s honor; he stole their words, as well.
When Biden first ran for president in 1988, he seems to have lifted very liberally from at least two of the Kennedy brothers.
Biden’s ripped off part of his 1987 California State Democratic Convention speech, almost word-for-word, from RFK’s 1968 campaign speech in Kansas, three months before someone gunned him down in California. Some of the same people could have been in the audience when Biden lifted words from the fallen hero.
“In Ronald Reagan’s America, the standard has been wealth, economic success, and personal gain — the bottom line,” Biden said in 1987 at California’s Democratic convention. “But this standard is not a measure of how we can evaluate the condition of our society. It cannot measure the health of our children, the quality of our education, the joy of their play.”
Attorney General Kennedy said at the University of Kansas in 1968. “The gross national product does not allow for the health of our children, the quality of their education or the joy of their play.”
CBS News reported that “Biden had appropriated a famous litany from Robert F. Kennedy.” The network said he had ripped off John F. Kennedy, too.
“The Kennedys are everything the Bidens wanted to be. Biden wanted to be a Kennedy so bad that he plagiarized them,” said Jesse Waters on Thursday night.
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Take a look —
Joe Biden has been lying and plagiarizing for decades.
He hasn’t changed a bit. https://t.co/QLpJFjIfIg pic.twitter.com/fuAt1Ze6s5
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 6, 2022
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. won’t be able to deliver smooth, flowing speeches like his father. The younger Kennedy’s voice sounds unusually strained because of a rare vocal disorder called dystonia.
RFK Jr. is a liberal, like his father, but he’s also a maverick with the world’s greatest motivation to take apart the Deep State, which Biden serves.
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“My top priority is to end the corrupt merger between state and corporate power that has ruined our economy, shattered the middle class, polluted our landscapes and waters, poisoned our children and robbed us of our values and freedom,” Kennedy said in a press release the day he announced his candidacy.
He’s already fired a few warning shots into the healthcare-industrial complex.
“There was a $3.8 trillion shift of wealth from the middle class and the poor to this new aristocracy of billionaires, a lot of them from Silicon Valley,” he said, slamming “the ones who were censoring criticism of the lockdowns that were making them rich.”
“So if you’re outside this system and you’re looking in, it looks crooked,” he concluded.
Agree or disagree with some of his more liberal views, but Kennedy really thinks he has the best interests of the American people at heart.
And he wants to destroy the entrenched bureaucracy that keeps Biden on board as a figurehead.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is running to find answers. Joe Biden has spent his entire life trying to keep you from asking questions.
It’s true that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. won’t speak smoothly, but unlike Biden, he’ll have something worth saying—and he’ll know what he’s talking about.
Frank Holmes is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”