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Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. stunt with a campaign video during the Super Bowl, and his family is not happy about that

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Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (70) has apologized to his relatives for a campaign video that aired during the Super Bowl and that is apparently a reference to his uncle, former President John F. Kennedy.

Monday, February 12, 2024 at 11:28 PM

The TV spot featured a tune and images straight out of a 1960 John F. Kennedy campaign video, albeit mixed with images of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. “Do you want a man as president who sees through everything? A man old enough to know and young enough to act,” it is sung, a stab from the 70-year-old Kennedy to the old age of top candidates Joe Biden (81) and Donald Trump (77).

Bobby Shriver, a cousin of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., wrote in a post on ). She would be shocked by his (Robert F. Kennedy’s, ed.) deadly views on health care. Respect for science, vaccines and equality in healthcare were in her DNA.” Mark Shriver, also a cousin of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., said he fully agreed with his brother Bobby’s words.

Kennedy responded apologetically to the criticism. “I am deeply sorry if the Super Bowl ad has caused pain to anyone in my family. The ad was created and aired by the American Values ​​Super PAC without any involvement or endorsement from my campaign. The rules prohibit Super PACs from consulting with me or my staff. I love you all. God bless you,” he wrote on X. PACs or political action committees are American lobby groups that sponsor election candidates.

Kennedy announced his candidacy for president in April last year, first as a Democrat and in October as an independent. His family is certainly not thrilled about the candidacy. The son of the murdered ex-senator and justice minister of the same name campaigned for years against the vaccination of children because vaccines are said to cause autism, hyperactivity, allergies and cancer. In a speech in 2022, he also equated the approach to the coronavirus with Nazi practices.

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Whether Kennedy’s expression of regret to his family is sincere is somewhat doubtful. X shows off the video pinned to the top of his profile.

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