**Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Casts Light on Liberal Media Bias Amid Strong Polling Numbers**
On Memorial Day, hundreds gathered in San Diego to witness Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. honor fallen servicemen and discuss his own campaign. Kennedy’s passionate words highlighted the major conservative concern of liberal media bias in politics, particularly in terms of polling.
During the event at Humphreys by the Bay, Kennedy paid homage to the sacrifices of the US military, emphasizing the importance of protecting the very rights they died for. Shifting his focus to his own presidential campaign, the environmental lawyer addressed how he is continually underestimated by corporate media, often being regarded as a “fringe candidate” with no chance of winning.
Despite strong polling numbers that surpass potential rival DeSantis, Kennedy claims that he is frequently overlooked in polls. He draws attention to a recent Harvard Poll that excluded him from its list of presidential candidates. In contrast, a CNN poll places Kennedy at a 20% approval rating, with other polls indicating even greater support. Yet, the majority of Democratic voters are reportedly still set on choosing Biden in the Democratic primary.
Kennedy’s striking speech was met with a standing ovation from the audience, underlining the resonance of his message. Accusations of liberal bias in media coverage have long plagued American politics, but Kennedy’s widespread support brings this issue to the forefront of the Democratic presidential race. The time has come to examine why candidates like him are cast aside in favor of establishment picks, despite having a strong and growing following.
**Demands for Fair Representation in the Media Rise as Kennedy Campaign Gains Traction**
As Kennedy gains more support from the public, the need for fair representation in media coverage and polls becomes increasingly imperative. The unjust dismissal of such a strong candidate highlights the urgent need to address liberal bias in political reporting.