Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Regrets Endorsing Biden Withdraws Support

(FeaturedHeadlines.com) WWE and Hollywood superstar Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson made waves recently with a notable shift in his political stance, openly criticizing Joe Biden for what he perceives as “division” stemming from his 2020 endorsement.

Johnson announced his decision not to endorse any candidate for the 2024 presidential race, indicating a potential future run for office himself.

During a candid interview with Fox and Friends host Will Cain, the “Fast and Furious” star expressed dissatisfaction with the current state of America, particularly taking aim at what he termed “woke” and “cancel culture,” which he admitted “bugs him.”

Further reflecting on his prior endorsement of Biden over Trump, the actor acknowledged the division it caused. He noted that while he felt endorsing Biden was the right decision at the time, he now recognizes its divisive impact.

Additionally, He expressed a commitment to maintaining privacy regarding his political views, believing in the power of the American people to make their own choices at the ballot box.

Johnson’s pivotal stance coincides with his reflection on the influence he holds, describing fame as a “superpower” that he wants to use responsibly to positively influence others. His decision not to publicly endorse a candidate this year marks a notable departure from his previous stance, where he publicly supported Biden and Kamala Harris during the 2020 campaign, a move heavily promoted by the Biden camp.

As the possibility of a rematch between Biden and Trump looms for the upcoming general elections in November, Johnson’s remarks resonate and echo a broader public sentiment of dissatisfaction with both candidates.

Concurrently, Johnson’s return to the wrestling arena at Wrestlemania 40 and his portrayal of a “final boss” character signify his multifaceted presence in entertainment and politics.

The Rock’s latest move unfolds amidst increased interest in celebrity endorsements, with speculation mounting on whether other big name celebrity figures such as Taylor Swift, Madonna, Beyoncé, and others will publicly support Biden as they did in 2020.

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