Interesting …. A majority of the population in the United States wasn’t alive when Joseph Kennedy III’s grandfather, Robert F. Kennedy, was assassinated in June 1968. Senator Kennedy picked up a little political capital when he took the opportunity to tell spectators during a campaign stop in Indiana on 4 April 1968 that Martin Luther King had been assassinated earlier that day.
Fifty years later, the Democrats are still leveraging anniversaries and emotions, this time by wheeling out another baby-faced Kennedy who they probably hope will remind urban, white, relatively affluent progressive voters and the grandparents of urban minority youth of freedom trains riding between John Kennedy’s Camelot and Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society….
….Politics. The bullshit is so predictable….
Grab your bag of Cheetos and a couple Big Macs. The Orange One cometh ….