Another shirt on the way. I believe that EVERY conservative should show their public support for Kennedy--no matter who it is that they plan to vote for. If we ever want to beat the establishment and the Deep State, then we have to do it as a united nation. United we stand. Divided we fall. This means that we have to be able to see beyond party politics and demands for party loyalty. In many instances anymore, there ain't a dime's worth of difference in the results delivered by those who serve with an R next to their name and those who serve with a D.
The reason that I believe that all conservatives (everyone, really, but as a conservative, that is the perspective from which I view things) should be publicly supporting Kennedy is because doing so is a way to push back and to help further expose just exactly how much in our government is rigged against us. Most conservatives I know don't believe that Kennedy has a chance in hell of ever becoming the Democratic nominee because they do not believe that the DNC would ever allow it. Many Democrats likely believe that too.
One way for us to push back on such rigging is to expose it by pushing back against it. This really goes beyond party politics, because (as I mentioned before) we essentially have a uniparty government and the RNC is no better than the DNC. Party leadership wishes to decide who will become the nominee, and the voices of the people get suppressed, shut out, and never heard. I believe that, regardless of who it is you plan to vote for, Kennedy deserves to be supported in his fight against the rigged system that, as we have already seen from some of the censorship against him--seeks to suppress his voice.
As goes the saying, often attributed to Voltaire, "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it." (Though I actually agree with Kennedy on more things that I disagree with him on.) Nothing hinders freedom more than the suppression of speech. Every patriot should be so willing to defend free speech and expression.
As Proverbs 27:17 tells us, "As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another." Without the friction of ideas, we remain dull, and so we should invite and welcome the challenges of the ideas of others. We should not run from the heat of the friction, but should embrace it so that we do not grow dull.
I don't know who I will vote for (and I certainly won't decide that before debates are even held), but those are the reasons that I wear my Kennedy 2024 t-shirts.