RFK Jr. Urges Public to Demand Secret Service Protection After Break-ins

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is seeking help from the public to pressure the Biden administration to provide him with Secret Service protection after an intruder broke into his home. Kennedy mentioned several security incidents that have targeted him, including the recent break-in and an armed individual attempting to approach him at a speech in Los Angeles.

Kennedy, whose father was Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and whose uncle was President John F. Kennedy, highlighted that every presidential candidate since the 1970s who has requested protection has received it, and he is the first candidate in history to have his request denied. He expressed concern for the safety of his family and bystanders in the event of a more serious incident, emphasizing the importance of candidate safety in maintaining a functioning democracy.

Claiming that the Biden administration’s decision to deny him Secret Service protection was a political calculation, Kennedy urged the public to sign a petition to put pressure on the White House to grant him the protection he has requested.

Kennedy’s plea for support in obtaining Secret Service protection comes after several alarming security incidents, which he believes warrant increased security measures for his safety and the safety of those around him.

Written by Staff Reports

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