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It only took a 12-second clip for most sane folks to start asking the burning question: What the heck is up with the Kennedy family? And no, this isn’t about presidential hopeful RFK Jr.. This time around, it’s JFK’s only grandson turning heads—and not in a good way. He dropped a 12-second video that seems like it’d be more at home on Grindr, leaving everyone scratching their heads and cringing. Stuff like this really makes you wonder…

Are the Kennedy’s cursed? That’s what many people think, anyway. So much so that Wikipedia has actually defined the term this way:

The Kennedy curse is a series of deaths, accidents, assassinations, and other calamities involving members of the American Kennedy family. The alleged curse has primarily struck the descendants of businessman Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., but it has also affected family friends, associates, and other relatives.

Political assassinations and plane crashes have been the most common manifestations of the “curse”. Following the Chappaquiddick incident in 1969, Ted Kennedy is quoted saying he questioned if “some awful curse did actually hang over all the Kennedys.”[9] However skeptics argue that it is not improbable for a large extended family to experience similar events over the course of several generations.

The list of tragic deaths, scandals, and all-around bad luck hitting this family is through the roof. They’re practically the textbook definition of “cursed.”

However, these days, the “curse” has morphed into a parade of wokeism and cringe, with Jack Schlossberg proudly waving the flag at the very front.

Jack is a proud progressive, going so far as to bash and mock RFK Jr.’s presidential campaign. Jack is one of the very few people left who still “proudly” support Joe Biden. That should tell you everything you need to know about Jack Schlossberg.

Town & Country:

Jack Schlossberg, John F. Kennedy’s grandson, is once again criticizing his cousin Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s presidential campaign.

In a new video posted to his Instagram, Schlossberg adopts a comic persona of a older man from Boston named Jimmy. “A lot of people talking about Robert F. Kennedy Jr.,” he begins, in a fake accent. “You know, I’m a fan of his father and you know, his uncle—rest in peace. I remember the day where I was the day he was killed. I mean, it was a tragic day. The entire country wept.”

Schlossberg, who appears to be sitting in the front passenger seat of a car as he films the selfie video, soon goes into his criticism: “But listen, that guy, he’s a prick, the new guy, the young guy, he’s a freaking prick. He’s lying to you, alright? ‘Independent,’ ‘third party,’ yeah freakin’ right. He’s got Trump’s donors. He’s got Trump’s advisers, him and Trump go away freaking back. Don’t be fooled by that. Don’t throw away your vote.”

He concludes with an endorsement of President Joe Biden: “Vote for Biden. It’ll feel good. It’s gonna be fun! We’re gonna keep growing. This economy is gonna keep freakin’ booming. We’re gonna boom, everybody’s gonna get freaking loaded.”

Jack is thrilled that he stabbed his own flesh and blood in the back. How “Kennedy” of him.

The Kennedy clan once had a bit of clout mixed with their scandalous history. But now? All they seem to offer are some weak dance moves, quick hits of Insta-snark, and a family bandwagon ganging up on the one guy who really understood the whole COVID mess and the vaccine drama. Talk about a fall from grace.