Nicole Shanahan, a California-based attorney and entrepreneur who was previously married to Google co-founder Sergey Brinn, will be Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s running mate in his independent presidential campaign.

Shanahan, who was the force behind Kennedy’s well-received Super Bowl commercial, was selected to be his running mate.

“They align on numerous issues,” a source allegedly close to the Kennedy campaign said. “The campaign is also looking for a candidate who can help finance the ballot access initiative,” which is critical to RFK Jr. standing a chance of competing in the election.

“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,” the source claimed.

Conservatives blasted RFK Jr’s choice due in part to Shanahan’s backing of Soros-funded District Attorneys, whose soft-on-crime policies are wrecking America’s cities.

“RFK’s VP choice, Nicole Shanahan, is a six-figure donor to… George Gascon, the pro-crime, Soros-backed prosecutor who helped wreck San Francisco and is currently wrecking LA. She also spent big on Measure J, a Los Angeles measure to reroute spending from law enforcement and prisons to ‘social services’ and ‘mental health treatment’ — in other words, not putting criminals and dangerous psychos behind bars,” said conservative activist Charlie Kirk.

“This is a far-left pick by RFK, who is apparently looking to shore up his progressive bona fides,” he added. “Major red flag for commonsense independents and centrist voters who are also sick of rising crime but intrigued by his campaign.”

“If you still think RFK Jr. is going to take more votes from Trump than Biden, you’re VERY mistaken,” said journalist Nick Sortor. “Nicole Shanahan, the ex-wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin, has been a HUGE funder of left wing Soros-backed DAs such as LA County DA George Gascon.”

“Nicole is an avid backer of California-style ‘criminal justice reforms’ that cut dangerous criminals loose and back into the streets rather than holding them accountable for crimes,” he continued. “And that’s just scratching the surface. Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s bid for President just took a nosedive.”


In a previous interview, Ms. Shanahan said she had given $4 million to the super PAC, American Values 2024 for the express purpose of helping pay for a Super Bowl ad. She also helped coordinate the ad’s production, she said, including navigating concerns from CBS Sports and Paramount, which broadcast the Super Bowl.



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