Senator Kennedy has had some great one liners and quips when it comes to describing Biden’s insane policies, this time is no different.
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Senator Kennedy often uses comedy to relate the sheer absurdity of the actions taken by the Biden administration, and this time he is comparing Biden’s plans to a dead animal.
Townhall reports, While the Biden administration has been fighting for cheap, reliable American energy, he has made an inexplicable decision to make a deal with Venezuela to allow oil to be drilled there and shipped to the United States, while Biden is blocking American oil drilling.
Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana spoke on Fox News on Wednesday morning about Biden’s confounding energy policy.
Kennedy has made hilarious comparisons and statements on Biden’s administration, and he does not hold back.
The Washington Examiner writes, Kennedy blasted Biden’s infrastructure bill on Fox News’ Jesse Watters Primetime as “emblematic of a larger issue.”
In August 2021, Congress passed the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which the Biden administration touted as a major bipartisan achievement that would create jobs and provide funding for roads, bridges, water projects, and broadband access.
In addition, Kennedy said Biden has become a laughing stock because of the “wokers” with whom he surrounds himself.
Senator Kennedy has always had a bold sense of humour, and this time is no exception. This time around he doesn’t shy away from drawing comparisons between Biden’s policies and roadkill – something absolutely nobody expected him to say! To Senator Kennedy, comedy is the best medicine and Biden is the joke of the day. His comedic approach makes light of an otherwise serious topic, and refreshingly steers clear of the holier-than-thou attitude that we often see in politicians today. It is rejuvenating to have a breath of fresh air come in with the likes of Kennedy – setting such a positive example.
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