Twitter Co-Founder Has Surprise Presidential Endorsement

(Republican Leader) – Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of social media giant, Twitter, announced on Sunday that he would officially be backing Robert F. Kennedy Jr. for president in 2024, stating that he believes RFK is the best candidate the Democrats have who actually has a chance at defeating either Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis or former President Donald Trump in the general election next year. To be fair, while RFK is most definitely a liberal, he’s not nearly as radical as the vast majority of individuals who would like to take a crack at the nomination, including the likely choice to take on the Republican nominee, President Joe Biden.

Bradfor Betz of FOX Business said, “The endorsement came in a Twitter post from Dorsey, who shared a clip of Fox News’ Harris Faulkner interviewing Kennedy titled: ‘Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. argues he can beat Trump and DeSantis in 2024.'”

“He can and will,” Dorsey remarked in a post published on the platform he helped create.

A Twitter user then asked Dorsey if he was actually backing Kennedy or just making a prediction.

Dorsey responded, “Both.”

Another individual noted that the Democratic National Committee wouldn’t allow Kennedy to end up being the nominee.

Dorsey stated, “True but they seem to be more irrelevant by the day.”

There’s a lot of truth to that statement. As more and more common folk get exposed to the consequences of big government, they are waking up to the fact that far-left politicians with radical policies threaten the way of life we’ve taken for granted for so long now.

“Kennedy hit the campaign trail this week for the first time since launching his candidacy for the Democratic presidential campaign in April,” Betz wrote. “The environmental lawyer and high-profile vaccine critic, who’s a scion of arguably the nation’s most famous family political dynasty, stands at 16% support in the latest Fox News national poll in the 2024 Democratic presidential nomination race, with Biden at 62%. And the 69-year-old Kennedy grabbed 20% support with the 80-year-old president at 60% in a CNN poll released last week.”

He added, “Both surveys – which indicated Marianne Williamson, the best-selling author and spiritual adviser who in March launched her second straight campaign for the Democratic nomination, at 8% – pointed to potential problems for Biden as he seeks a second term in the White House.”

Unless something major happens between now and the primary, the Democratic Party nominee is still going to likely be Joe Biden. Whether or not Biden is able to defeat whoever gets the GOP nominee is uncertain. Most Americans think the current president is too old, frail, and potentially senile to adequately discharge the duties of the office of the President of the United States. The number of voters who think that is likely to grow as election season continues. However, Democrats want to defeat Trump, who they believe will be the Republican nominee.

And they will do whatever it takes to make it happen.

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