RFK’s ‘Campaign Is a Mess’

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

(RightIsRight.co) – Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s independent presidential campaign is facing challenges as 14 team members have quit since the beginning of the year. Reports suggest the exits are due to disorganization and poor leadership within the campaign.

Insiders blame much of the chaos on Amaryllis Fox Kennedy, Kennedy’s daughter-in-law and campaign manager, and Del Bigtree, an anti-vaccine activist serving as the communications director.

One source said “The campaign is a mess because upper management consists of people who are serving their own needs rather than the candidate’s. There is no one with any political experience, and it shows.”

Financial concerns have also come to light. A Federal Election Commission report showed large payments to campaign leaders. KFP Consulting, owned by Ms. Bigtree, received $35,000 in December, totaling $90,000 from the campaign. Matthew Sanders’ company Starlight Saint earns $21,000 monthly and More Beautiful World tied to adviser Charles Eisenstein made $21,667 a month in the last quarter of 2023.

Staffers are frustrated with Bigtree’s spending habits. “Del is running around spending money lavishly,” said one. “He’s doing Zoom calls from the slopes with champagne while many people are volunteers and not getting paid.”

The campaign atmosphere is compared to a party, with one source noting, “Del has been heard on multiple occasions saying, ‘We are like rock stars, and this is like being on tour with a rock band.”

In response Ms. Fox Kennedy stated “Team Kennedy has great folks come and go depending on the needs of each phase of the campaign. As the most successful independent campaign of the last three decades, we wish them nothing but the best.”

She also mentioned “NBC’s latest poll has RFK at 34% with nine months still ahead, and we are laser-focused on delivering a historic victory for our country this November.”