During a recent interview, Robert F. Kennedy was criticized for claiming that the presidential election was rigged. The interviewer became silent when Kennedy corrected him by saying he never commented on the 2020 US Presidential Election. Instead, Kennedy had been vocal about George W Bush stealing the 2004 election.
It does not matter if someone is a Republican or Democrat. The neocons will win the vote. Republican candidate George W. Bush defeated Democratic candidate John Kerry and secured re-election in 2004. Foreign policy was the hot topic as the US invaded Iraq in 2003 amid the War on Terrorism. More Americas came out to vote in that election than ever before. George W. Bush and no doubt his VP Dick Cheney were hardliners, whereas Kerry was skeptical about the war in general.
As a senator, John Kerry was faced with the decision of whether to permit the president to use force in Iraq. Kerry later stated that voting “yes” was the worst mistake of his life. Former counsel to Kerry, Jonathan Winer, said that Kerry had no choice:
“The Bush administration wanted something more than that. They wanted something without any strings attached, so they could just go to war. John was [not] comfortable with it. Democrats were not comfortable with that, because they didn’t want Bush just going to war unilaterally. They felt that was risky. John definitely was unhappy with that, and expressed it.
He’d been boxed. The Bush administration had chosen to box him and all the other Senate Democrats. “You either vote with us, in which case, you’re responsible for it, too — and we’re going to do whatever the heck we please — or you vote against us, and allow Saddam Hussein to be not held accountable.”
The neocons needed Bush in office. Per usual, no sitting president had ever lost his office during a time of war. “Republicans prevented more than 350,000 voters in Ohio from casting ballots or having their votes counted — enough to have put John Kerry in the White House,” RFK wrote in his Rolling Stone article. As with the 2020 election, anyone who questioned the results were considered conspiracy theorists, with the Republicans accusing the Democrats instead.
“Nearly half of the 6 million American voters living abroad(3) never received their ballots — or received them too late to vote(4) — after the pentagon unaccountably shut down a state-of-the-art web site used to file overseas registrations.(5) a consulting firm called sproul & associates, which was hired by the republican national committee to register voters in six battleground states,(6) was discovered shredding democratic registrations.(7) in new Mexico, which was decided by 5,988 votes,(8) malfunctioning machines mysteriously failed to properly register a presidential vote on more than 20,000 ballots.(9) nationwide, according to the federal commission charged with implementing election reforms, as many as 1 million ballots were spoiled by faulty voting equipment — roughly one for every 100 cast.(10)”
Countless irregularities point to fraud. The neocons ALWAYS win. The party affiliation does not matter as they are two wings on the same bird. This is why people want anti-establishment candidates like Trump and Kennedy who are not bought and paid for by lobbying interest groups or engaged with neocons. The neocons have managed to usurp more power than the people, and they decide the fate of our elections.