Gutfeld Predicts Possible Huge Upset in 2024: ‘He Should Run as a Third-Party Candidate’
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld made a bold projection on “The Five” that Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. should consider running as a third-party candidate in the 2024 election. Gutfeld believes that if Kennedy ran independently, he would have a strong chance of winning.
Gutfeld’s statement came after Kennedy’s recent town hall on Fox News, where he discussed his common-sense policy positions. Despite his sensible ideas, Kennedy has not gained much support from Democrats. Gutfeld suggests that this is because politics has become a “team sport,” and Democrats are blindly following the party line by supporting Joe Biden.
During the discussion, Gutfeld pointed out that Kennedy’s criticism of the Washington bureaucracy and the corporate media echoes the anti-establishment rhetoric of former President Donald Trump. This similarity may be why some Republicans are also showing support for Kennedy, as they believe he could potentially divide the Democratic party in 2024.
While Kennedy is currently Biden’s highest-polling rival for the Democratic nomination, Gutfeld argues that he should consider running as a third-party candidate due to the radical elements within his own party. Gutfeld believes that these “woke” elements have embraced a fascist clampdown on language, which goes against the principles of free speech that the Democratic party once championed.
Despite the potential challenges, Kennedy has an advantage in terms of favorability. A recent Reuters/Ipsos survey found that Kennedy has a 54 percent favorability rating, compared to 41 percent for Biden and 40 percent for Trump.
Gutfeld also commended Kennedy for his analysis of the Ukraine-Russia war, where he criticized the U.S. for using Ukraine as a pawn in a proxy war against Russia. This stance challenges the assumptions of both conservative Republicans and Democrats who have supported endless U.S. involvement in foreign wars.
In conclusion, Gutfeld predicts a possible upset in the 2024 election if Kennedy decides to run as a third-party candidate. He believes that Kennedy’s sensible policies and criticism of the status quo could resonate with voters who are tired of the current political landscape.
Source: The Western Journal
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