Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Might be Planning a Big Announcement Soon

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Is Dwayne Johnson planing a presidential run in the future? let’s find out by looking at what the former WWE star/ actor has been saying on the matter.

His political rhetoric started with this message:
“I have a goal, and an interest and an ambition to unite our country,” he said. “If this is what the people want, then I will do that.” “If the time comes where there is a good amount of people who want to see that happen, then I’m going to consider it.” It is important to add that he endorsed Joe Biden And Kamala Harris in the previous election.


A recent poll showed that 46% of Americans wanted him as president, The Rock responded:

“Not sure our Founding Fathers ever envisioned a six-four, bald, tattooed, half-Black, half-Samoan, tequila drinking, pick up truck driving, fanny pack-wearing guy joining their club – but if it ever happens it’d be my honor to serve the people.”

This is not the first time Dwayne hinted at the presidency:

“I would consider a presidential run in the future if that’s what the people wanted,” he said. “Truly I mean that, and I’m not flippant in any way with my answer. That would be up to the people…So I would wait, and I would listen. I would have my finger on the pulse, my ear to the ground.”


Here is the former WWE start endorsing Kamela and Joe for the 2020 elections.

“As a political independent & centrist, I’ve voted for both parties in the past,” Johnson tweeted. “In this critical presidential election, I’m endorsing [Joe Biden] & [Kamala Harris]. Progress takes courage, humanity, empathy, strength, KINDNESS & RESPECT. We must ALL VOTE[.]”

Johnson also commented when Harris and Biden won the election:

“I wanted to shoot this yesterday when the news broke, but I got a little emotional, admittedly so, I got a little emotional yesterday, manly tears of course, I may have cried a tear or two, or ten, but they were all very manly. All my tears are manly,” he said. “My vote represented humanity. My vote represented decency,” he continued. “It represented the values and the principles of which we teach our little girls. My vote also, for me, represented the importance of just being a good, decent human being.”