We interrupt your regularly scheduled program to bring you this important news bulletin: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has been caught playing peekaboo with his uncle’s legacy, cheekily using an eerily similar advertisement in a Super Bowl ad for his independent presidential campaign. This creativity vortex mirrored closely the 1960 rendition punted by John F. Kennedy that launched him right into the White House.
This blatant rip-off was lovingly curated and bankrolled by a super PAC, which reportedly coughed up $7 million just so people could blink at their TV screens thinking they’ve time-traveled back to 1960 when tunes were catchier and cartoons more delightful — all thanks to some coy photo editing skills.
Of course, not all of RFK Junior’s clan sang along this tune with thrill as several family members have drawn sabers onto him following his controversial stance on vaccines plus other hot topics du jour – no family dinner merriment there!
Bobby Shriver came out swinging saying that the ghost of Nancy “Momma Bear” would’ve loathed her son’s questionable healthcare views etching marks onto her sacred visage for political gains! Righteous bro Mark agreed wholeheartedly, throwing his own two cents into the Twittersphere.
Now, despite this brouhaha, ol’ Bobby Junior entered the scene with his tail between his legs and apologized profusely. Although he claimed to have zero involvement in conjuring these spookily similar ads thanks to some pesky laws that prohibit such collusion! After issuing a classic tweet, he called for divine blessings upon us all — particularly those bearing the Kennedy surname.
Meanwhile, the DNC played buzzkills by putting forward allegations of illicit canoodling between RFK Jr. and said super PAC – because why shouldn’t there be another dance of drama?
The younger Kennedy has ventured out as an independent candidate after shouting bloody murder against a Democratic primary system allegedly biased towards anyone but him – conspiracy theories seem to run through family veins here folks!
Meanwhile, eyebrows were raised as Timothy Mellon (spider senses: Republican Guy!) tossed in $15 million into the super PAC kitty promptly followed by another generous donation of $10 million towards Ex-President Trump’s campaign.”
In fact Jack Schlossberg went on record terming Uncle Bobby’s campaign reminiscent of Camelot exerted more towards exploiting individual gains. Social media stood divided; one faction found our resident conspiracy theorist “shockingly politically astute”.
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R.F.K. Jr. Apologizes to His Family for an Allied Group’s Super Bowl Ad