‘Absolutely disgustingly evil’: RFK Jr.’s brother calls Biden ‘the RFK of his generation’

Members of Independent presidential hopeful Robert Kennedy Jr.’s family have gone to the Dark Brandon side of the political debate with a campaign video some are calling “absolutely disgustingly evil.”

The Kennedy clan’s endorsement of President Joe Biden was anticipated, but the lengths they’d go to in order to throw Robert Jr. under a bus was not.

For example, RFK Jr.’s sister, Rory Kennedy, called Joe Biden a “president who embodies the Kennedy legacy.”

Considering the Kennedy legacy includes a dead woman at the bottom of Chappaquiddick’s Poucha Pond, it is a dubious flex.

In total, RFK Jr., son of former U.S. attorney general and assassinated presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, has 10 siblings. Six of them joined more than a dozen members of the iconic family to back Biden in Philadelphia on Thursday, CBS News reports.

“The only way to win this election is for everybody to go out and vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris,” sister Kerry Kennedy states in the video.

Brother Chris Kennedy stunned social media with his endorsement of Biden — and not in a good way.

“When I think of modern politicians in our country in this century,” Chris says, “I think Joe Biden is the RFK of his generation.”

‘This family has always been deep state…and they are idiots…” wrote one user on X. “If Biden embodies the Kennedy Legacy, They are bad off….”

President Biden, however, was thrilled with the Kennedys’ endorsement.

“Having the support of the Kennedy family in this election means the world to me,” he wrote on X. “Together, we will defeat Donald Trump.”

“You, and the Kennedy family are absolutely disgustingly evil,” replied one user.

“A family that got away with murdering people,” noted another. “That’s something to be proud of huh?”

RFK Jr., meanwhile, took the high road regarding his family’s betrayal.

“I hear some of my family will be endorsing President Biden today,” he wrote Thursday on X. “I am pleased they are politically active — it’s a family tradition. We are divided in our opinions but united in our love for each other.”

“I hold this as a possibility for America too,” the candidate continued. “Can we disagree without hating our opponents? Can we restore civility and respect to public discourse? I think we can.”

Melissa Fine

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