Members of the Kennedy Clan are not happy that their anti-vax relative is out there in front of mics and cameras. . . .
According to The Hill, “American Values 2024 ran a 30-second ad during the Super Bowl that heavily relied on imagery from former President John F. Kennedy’s 1960 presidential campaign. PAC co-chair Tony Lyons confirmed to The Hill that the ad, which appeared just before the halftime show, cost $7 million.
Despite Kennedy’s apology and his claim that his campaign was not involved, the ad remained pinned to the top of his X profile as of Monday morning. Bobby Shriver, Kennedy’s cousin, had criticized the ad in a post Sunday on X. Shriver noted that his mother was pictured in the ad and she was a tireless supporter of public health and vaccines. Shriver said his Mother would be disappointed in RFK’s stance.