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Actress Alicia Silverstone issued an Instagram post in which she praised Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and noted that last year she had ditched her Democratic registration and switched to Independent.
"Last year, I cancelled my Democratic Party registration and registered as an Independent voter," she wrote. "Like many others, I am deeply disappointed with political leadership at every turn. The division, the lies, the profiteering at the expense of the people and public health. But @robertfkennedyjr gives me hope. This man gets me excited about the potential for truth and justice. He provides hope for young and old to trust our government once again. RFK Jr. is a person we can be inspired and be proud to call President."
"I love his vision of peace, unity, and justice for all. I am uplifted by his commitment to protect civil and worker rights as well as our children’s health. We need leaders who will resolve poverty, pollution, inequality, and stop wars… Bobby is that leader," she asserted. "If you have felt disenfranchised by our government like me, I highly recommend you listening to Bobby speak. I've worked alongside Bobby for children’s health and our environment for 15 plus years. I love me some Bobby!! He is just incredible."
President Joe Biden is running for re-election, but Kennedy and Marianne Williamson are also vying for the Democratic presidential nomination in the party's primary.
On the Republican side of the aisle, former President Donald Trump is the clear frontrunner, but he's facing competition from a field of various GOP candidates.
Americans could end up with a rematch of the 2020 presidential election in 2024 if Biden and former President Donald Trump both secure their respective party's nomination.
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Alex Nitzberg is a staff writer for Blaze News.