Instant Superstar Gets SHOCKING Support – Unexpected Nod!

( – Robert F. Kennedy, the controversial nephew of the late President John F. Kennedy and Democratic presidential candidate himself, praised the new viral country hit “Rich Men North of Richmond” by Oliver Anthony, which he called “extraordinary.”

Earlier this month, a video of Anthony performing his song spread across the internet like wildfire, igniting the obscure country singer from Virginia, whose real name is Christopher Anthony Lunsford, into overnight stardom.

Kennedy called the song “extraordinary” and described it as “raw, yet intelligent,” as well as “defiant, yet compassionate. He said Anthony’s song is “about working-class hardship, low wages, a degraded food supply, elite corruption, obesity, homelessness,” and “despair.”

Kennedy also slammed the Republican candidates who participated in the first primary debate for failing to discuss the topics mentioned in the song in favor of “Reagan-era liches. He advised the GOP candidates to “tap into” the popular will that is “swelling” to unite the country rather than continuing to fight one another.

Anthony seems to agree with these sentiments himself.

On Friday, Anthony posted a video addressing the fact that his song was played on television during the first Republican primary debate hosted by Fox News. Anthony said he found it “funny” because he wrote his song for “those people,” meaning the war-hawk politicians and elites in Washington, and that he felt it was comical “for them to have to sit there and listen to that.”

He also found the general response to his song funny, stating that it isn’t just about the current president and administration but also “written about the people on that stage,” referring to the GOP primary debate candidates, “and a lot more too. He said his song is being “weaponized” by others, accusing many on the right of “trying to characterize” him as “one of their own,” while the left tries to discredit him “in retaliation.”

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