RFK Expects to Make it on All 50 State Ballots by Mid-July

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Independent long-shot presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. expects his campaign to make it on the ballot in all 50 states by mid-July. It appears that he’s turned things around after his entire campaign staff quit a few months ago.

Kennedy spoke to NewsNation last week and said his campaign had made it on the ballot in the three most notoriously difficult states to do so: California, New York, and Texas.

The other states are all pretty easy. And we will definitely havethem by mid-July,” said Kennedy. “So, I will be on the ballot in 50 states, despite all the efforts to keep me off.

This has to be bad news for the Biden campaign, which views Kennedy as a direct threat to Joe Biden’s reelection. At this point, Kennedy has qualified in enough states that he could theoretically win 270 electoral votes.

Despite all that effort, Joe Biden is still trying to get Kennedy killed. He’s still denying Secret Service protection to RFK. All serious contenders for the presidency are supposed to be provided with Secret Service protection, but the Biden White House insists Kennedy is not a serious candidate. You have to wonder if he’ll keep denying Kennedy protection after he makes it on the ballot in all 50 states.

Kennedy has technically qualified for the first debate on June 27th. However, the Biden campaign insists that Kennedy should be excluded. Kennedy filed a complaint with the FEC this week because so far, CNN has been obeying Joe Biden by keeping him off the debate stage. President Trump has said he’s fine with RFK being on the debate stage, so long as he qualifies under the rules.