Robert F. Kennedy Jr. seems to be on the same page with some Republicans and conservatives who don't think that transgender people should participate in women's sports."I am against people participating in women's sports who are biologically male.
I think women have worked too hard to develop women's sports over the past 30 years...and I don't think that's fair," Kennedy Jr.
told CNN host Michael Smerconish on Saturday.The nephew of former President John F. Kennedy is challenging President Joe Biden, who officially announced his 2024 reelection bid on Tuesday, for the Democratic presidential nomination.Transgender rights have been heavily targeted by conservatives and Republicans over the past few months, with over 385 anti-trans bills being introduced in the United States this year alone.
Restrictions on transgender athletes participating in women's sports have been imposed now in 20 states. Most recently, Kansas lawmakers voted to override Democratic Governor Laura Kelly's third veto of a bill that bans transgender athletes from participating in women's and girl's sports from kindergarten through college.RFK Jr.