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Why Did RFK Jr.’s Campaign Pay $50K to Justin Trudeau’s Half Brother?

Talk about strange bed-fellows!

It truly is a small world we live in, isn’t it?

All these power-players all seem to be inter-related and buddy-buddy, even if sometimes feigning conflict and disagreement on the surface.

Speaking of “close ties” of Justin Trudeau, I can confidently report that according to “mainstream” sources, there is absolutely NO TRUTH to the rumor that Justin Trudeau is Fidel Castro’s son:

So just stop spreading that rumor, will you please?

Besides, that’s not what this story is about.

This article is not about Justin Trudeau’s (alleged) father, it’s about his Half-Brother and his close ties to RFK, Jr.

Take a look at this:

Grok confirms:

The National Pulse had these details:

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s campaign paid over $50,000 to Kyle Kemper, half-brother of far-left Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, to work on “volunteer and voter engagement.” Kemper has been driving an RV along the East Coast of the U.S. decked out in Kennedy’s likeness and slogans and was invited to meet the presidential candidate at his home so he could see the vehicle.

After the meeting, Kemper was paid over $50,000 to work for the Kennedy campaign on a formal basis, continuing to drive the RV while “blast[ing] songs from Kennedy uncle John F. Kennedy’s 1960 campaign, including a jingle by Frank Sinatra” reportedly remaining one of his key responsibilities.

The Kennedy campaign no longer pays Kemper, but he continues to support the Democrat primary contestant turned independent, describing the campaign as a “startup” that is bound to experience “f***-ups” and “drama.”

RFK Jr.’s expensive tie-up with the Trudeau sibling is one of many unusual stories emerging from sources within the Kennedy campaign, characterized as riddled with “grifters and opportunists” by Kiera Hall, who recently left it.“If someone’s going to do that to their campaign, how do I know they won’t do that in their administration?” Hall questioned, referring to the people Kennedy had surrounded himself with.Director of Messaging Charles Eisenstein is another character causing concerns.

He reportedly spent weeks in Costa Rica shortly after the campaign began. He spent his time there “reconnecting with spirit” and recording podcasts in which he described some of Kennedy’s ideas as “repugnant,” reducing his monthly campaign bills from $21,000 to $14,000 while he was there.A recent high school graduate paid $8,000 a month to serve as a “digital strategist” is among the other staffers whose salaries have caused consternation.

If you think that sounds a lot like Barack Hussein Obama and his “community organizing”….that would make two of us.

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