The Rock: No Endorsement For Biden This Time  

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, a household name for his roles in blockbuster hits and legendary status in the wrestling world, has stated he will not endorse any candidate in the upcoming 2024 presidential election. This decision marks a significant shift from his previous political stance, where he publicly supported Joe Biden in the 2020 election. He said his decision to avoid any endorsement comes after he realized the divisions among Americans caused by his past endorsement.

Johnson shared his thoughts in a candid interview with Fox News Channel’s Will Cain, revealing his internal conflict after endorsing Biden. “The endorsement that I made years ago with Biden was one I thought was the best decision for me at that time,” Johnson explained. However, he noted the unintended consequence of his action: “What that caused back then was something that tears me up in my gut back then and now, which is division.”  

The actor and former WWE superstar, known for his charisma and influence, discussed the broader implications of celebrity involvement in politics. He expressed a desire to use his platform to unite rather than divide, acknowledging the responsibility that comes with his level of influence. “So I realized now going into this election, I’m not going to do that. I wouldn’t do that because my goal is to bring our country together. I believe in that in my DNA,” Johnson said.

The Rock had an engaged discussion with Cain about the current cultural landscape. He lamented the surge in recent years in “cancel culture” and the pressure most people feel to “go along to get along.” Even though he will not be making an endorsement this election season, he still pointed out the importance of standing by one’s beliefs, even when they run against the consensus of the crowd. “To be real and to be direct and to be open and to be transparent, that’s important to me,” he told Cain.

Despite calls for him to consider a political run himself, Johnson clarified that his focus remains on his family and personal life. He remains optimistic about America’s future, trusting the American people to make the right choice in the elections. “But I will tell you this: While like a lot of us out there are not trusting of all politicians, I do trust the American people. And I trust that whoever they vote for, that’s going to be my president. And that’s who I’m going to support 100 percent,” he concluded.

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