Kennedy Confident on Ballot, Giuliani Faces Legal Battle

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Here's the latest on the 2024 presidential race and the ongoing legal battles faced by Republicans. Independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has expressed confidence that he will secure a spot on the ballot in all 50 states by mid-July, despite efforts by political opponents to derail his campaign. Kennedy has already met stringent signature requirements in major states like Texas, New York, and California, and is currently approved for nine state ballots.

Kennedy has also taken a strong stance on various issues, including the escalating violence between Israel and Palestinian militants, where he sided with Israel's military actions. He criticized the international press for their credulous acceptance of Hamas' pronouncements and their skepticism towards Israel. On student protests, Kennedy supported peaceful demonstrations but advocated for police intervention when protesters illegally occupied buildings.

In a controversial claim, Kennedy stood by his assertion that President Joe Biden poses a greater threat to democracy than former President Donald Trump did, citing Biden's alleged collusion with social media companies to censor critics. Kennedy accused Biden of violating free speech protections in a way that could enable future presidents to abuse constitutional rights.

Meanwhile, former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani was arraigned on junk charges related to the Arizona alternate electors. Giuliani pleaded not guilty to all nine charges, including conspiracy, fraud, and forgery. Giuliani posted a $10,000 bond and had to appear in Phoenix, Arizona for his booking photo within 30 days. This is Giuliani's second mug shot, following his indictment by crooked Fulton County DA Fani Willis.


The indictment of Giuliani and others involved in the Arizona alternate electors plan is seen as a warning shot to anyone who may want to challenge the 2024 election. Arizona's Democrat Attorney General Kris Mayes defended the charges and the curious timing of the indictment, just months before the 2024 general election.

Democratic strategist Reyahd Kazmi has expressed concern that Kennedy's participation in the debates will make him look like a "nut," while Republican strategist Melik Abdul believes Kennedy's name carries more weight than his candidacy. However, Kennedy's strong stance on various issues and his determination to secure a spot on the ballot in all 50 states suggest that he may be a formidable contender in the 2024 presidential race.

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