Assassination Plot Of POTUS Candidate Thwarted – Biden Looks Guilty As Hell

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On Friday night in Los Angeles, law enforcement officials apprehended an individual who was in possession of a weapon and had made fraudulent assertions of affiliation with the security personnel of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. The incident occurred in close proximity to a location where the Democratic contender for the 2024 presidential election was delivering a public address, and within a two-mile radius of the site where his father, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, was tragically slain in 1968.

The occurrence transpired in the vicinity of the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, where Kennedy was delivering a speech to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month. Kennedy shared an image on X, formerly referred to as Twitter, depicting an individual who was apprehended while donning an Emergency Medical Service garment and obscured by dark sunglasses. According to Kennedy, the individual in question was observed to be in possession of a U.S. Marshal badge and had made a verbal claim of affiliation with his security detail.

Despite encountering difficulties in his bid to challenge President Joe Biden for the Democratic nomination, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has garnered substantial conservative backing due to his astute understanding of coronavirus vaccines.

According to a recent poll conducted by Quinnipiac University, which surveyed 1,632 potential voters, it was revealed that Kennedy’s popularity among Democrat or Democrat-leaning voters has decreased by 3.5 percent since June. In the poll, Kennedy was identified as the favorite candidate by 13 percent of the respondents.

The New York Post was informed by the LAPD that a guy had been taken into custody on suspicion of posing as a federal marshal. They also stated that the individual will likely face charges related to firearms.

This was bound to happen and had all the warning signs showing it was only a matter of when, not “if.” However, despite that, the Biden administration refused to provide their political contender with a secret service detail in spite of safety and security fears raised by the Kennedy campaign.

Kennedy Jr. made the announcement via Twitter. “Since the assassination of my father in 1968, candidates for president are provided Secret Service protection. But not me.” RFK Jr. said.

“[t]ypical turnaround time for pro forma protection requests from presidential candidates is 14-days. After 88-days of no response and after several follow-ups by our campaign, the Biden Administration just denied our request,” according to Mr. Kennedy.

According to Kennedy, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said: “I have determined that Secret Service protection for Robert F Kennedy Jr. is not warranted at this time.”

Kennedy added that in addition to the usual death threats, “our campaign’s request included a 67-page report from the world’s leading protection firm, detailing unique and well-established security and safety risks.”

RFK Jr.’s uncle, President John Kennedy, was slain in 1963, as was his father in 1968. Kennedy is an outspoken critic of Biden for a number of reasons, including the White House’s practice of censorship, which revolts Kennedy.

In response to the vast White House-led censorship campaign, RFK Jr. said, “Huge victory as Kennedy v Biden is consolidated with Missouri v Biden. My case is a class action suit on behalf of individuals censored by the White House, who were harmed and whose rights were infringed by not hearing our messages. As Frederick Douglass pointed out, every act of censorship has two classes of victims; the speakers and the listeners!”

Being a censorship victim himself, RFK Jr testified in front of a Congressional committee on the subject. RFK Jr. said in his opening remarks to the committee that he had been “the first person censored by the Biden administration – [just] two days after they came into office” He referred to the 1st Amendment as “important.. [for] congenial respectful debate is the fertilizer, it’s the water, it is the sunlight for our democracy. We need to be talking to each other.”

Paradoxically, Democratic committee members literally tried to censor RFK Jr. during his testimony on censorship. Hakeem Jeffries, the minority leader in the House (D-NY), recently referred to Kennedy as “a living, breathing false-flag operation.







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