Has The Wall Street Journal Endorsed Kennedy?

Is The Wall Street Journal really endorsing Robert F. Kennedy Jr., after its editorial board wrote an article titled “The Winner in Michigan Is … RFK Jr.”? Not likely. But the WSJ editors chose this headline to bring home the strong message that Americans, particularly swing-state Michigan voters, are very upset about the choices in their presidential primary this week.

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Breaking News: Super PAC, AV24, Gathers Enough Signatures in Arizona and Georgia to Secure Kennedy Ballot Access

American Values 24 (AV24), the super PAC supporting Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s candidacy for president, has secured enough signatures in Arizona and Georgia to place the candidate on the ballots in both states. “We are pleased to announce that AV24 has met the signature requirements to get Robert F Kennedy Jr. on the ballot in Arizona and Georgia,” said Tony Lyons, co-founder of AV24 and president of Skyhorse Publishing. “The grassroots energy and momentum give us more confidence than ever in our ability to knock out the remaining states on our list of states quickly. The remaining states are Michigan, South Carolina, Maryland, California, West Virginia, Indiana, Texas, Illinois, New York, and Massachusetts.”