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Aaron Rodgers too much of a crank for RFK Jr. donors

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Besides, the Shanahan coaching tree has a much better track record:

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is planning to tap Nicole Shanahan, a California-based attorney and entrepreneur once married to Google co-founder Sergey Brinn, as his running mate for his independent bid for the presidency, Mediaite has learned.

Aaron Rodgers, the outspoken NFL quarterback who Kennedy had been considering as his VP pick, is out of the running, a source close to the campaign said. The prospect of his selection prompted concerns among donors to the campaign.

Shanahan, who was behind Kennedy’s Super Bowl commercial, is now expected to be named the running mate to the long-shot bid.

He’s also a man who can be bought!

“They align on numerous issues,” a source close with the campaign said of Kennedy and Shanahan. “The campaign is also looking for a candidate who can help finance the ballot access initiative,” that will be crucial if Kennedy stands a chance of competing in the election.

The source added: “She might be infusing millions of dollars into the campaign to help fund the ballot initiative, which makes her attractive financially; however, she lacks the qualifications to actually do the job.”

This is a ratfucking campaign, not a campaign for the presidency — getting the Worst Kennedy on the ballot is her job. The only thing that can be offered in her defense is that it’s entirely possible the “ticket” will take more votes from Trump than Biden. If Aaron Rodgers can put in a lot of work as a campaign surrogate that would help.

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