The President of the United States, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., has declared himself an independent candidate for President and joined forces with people who are fed up and hopeful in order to write a new Declaration of Independence for the country. He announced independence from businesses that have profited from the government, including Wall Street, Big Tech, Big Pharma, Big Ag, military contractors, and their lobbyists, who now outnumber members of Congress by a factor of 20. He also declared his independence from the mercenary media, which promotes hatred of neighbors and fear of friends, as well as the cynical elites, who betray our hope and amplify divisions.
The President declared his independence from these corrupting powers because they contradict the intrinsic rights enshrined in the original Declaration of Independence in 1776: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. He questioned how we can protect life when for-profit corporations have taken over public agencies that are supposed to protect us, how we can enjoy liberty when a surveillance state seeks to conceal the truth and suppress dissent in order to maintain power, and how we can pursue happiness when families are imprisoned by debt, hunger, and jobs that will never pay the bills.
The President had to announce his independence from the Democratic Party and all other parties in order to declare his independence from the Democratic Party and all other parties. He did not make this decision lightly, but it pales in comparison to the danger our founding ancestors took 247 years ago when they signed the Declaration of Independence. They understood that if their revolution failed, they would all be executed, so they chose to put everything on the line.
The Independent Party will win this election because the two major parties are fielding candidates that the majority of Americans do not want to run. Surprisingly, three-quarters of Americans feel President Biden is too elderly to govern effectively, while President Trump is facing multiple civil and criminal proceedings and has favorability numbers that are well below zero. The President believes that two-party politics has reached a tipping point, and that we must break the two-party stranglehold and pry loose the hammerlock of corrupt authority over Washington, D.C. We are going to reclaim this country.