Biden Endangers Top 2024 Candidate’s Life?

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has blasted the Biden administration for not agreeing to provide him with protection by the Secret Service despite the fact that he has provided them with “68 pages of material death threats.”

Kennedy, whose house has been broken into four times has requested protection from the Secret Service five times, and all of those times protection had been denied to him. The requests have been made since July and the last rejection came from Alejandro Mayorkas, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security this month. 

On Monday, during an interview with “The World Over Live,” Kennedy had claimed that he had given them access to “68 pages of material death threats” which included actual incidents of people who had arrived at his events with guns and had been attempting his green room which had on them hidden weapons.

Protection to presidential candidates by the Secret Service had first been offered as an extension after the assassination of Kennedy’s father, Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 while he was running for office. Five years earlier, in 1963 his uncle President John F. Kennedy had also been assassinated. 

Kennedy has claimed that since announcing his presidential campaign he has had four break-ins at his home, including one of an intruder who had entered and reached the second floor of the house while his family was there.

The independent presidential candidate argued that what he was mostly worried about was the bystanders as during the assassination of his father there had been six bystanders who ended up shot. 

Copyright 2024,