Joseph Kennedy III Loses United States Senate Bid


The age of John F. Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy are over. The Democrat Party has officially rejected the Kennedys in one of the first losses for the family’s dynasty.

According to a new report by Fox News, Bobby Kennedy’s grandson, Joseph Kennedy III. has just lost his bid to get into the United States Senate in Massachusetts. The victory marks the first victory for the Kennedy family ever in Massachusetts. And what’s worse is that Kennedy lost to a relative unknown radical opponent.

The Kennedys Are Out

Kennedy announced to his supporters that he conceded to his opponent Sen. Ed Markey of Massachusetts on Tuesday after a heated primary battle. Kennedy said:

“A few moments ago I called Sen. Markey to congratulate him and to pledge my support to him and his campaign in the months ahead. The senator is a good man. You have never heard me say otherwise.”

Kennedy’s loss comes as an embarrassment to the Democrat establishment as he was considered by many to be the favorite candidate to win.

However, it looks like radical Democrats like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Elizeabeth Warren may have changed the election by swinging it for Ed Markey.

Radicals Stopped Kennedy

According to Fox News, Sen. Ed Markey won by “riding a wave of support from the Democratic party’s progressive wing.”

Hardcore self-described socialist Democrats like Senator Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez heavily endorsed the Senator Markey instead of Kennedy. They made issues like climate change and other progressive policies topics of the election.

Many political commentators mark the defeat for Kennedy as the final nail in the coffin of the Kennedy dynasty.

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