Sen Kennedy Shows Mysterious Cash the Government Is Sending His People

Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy showed the Senate the cash the government allegedly mailed to one of his constituents in a letter both humorous and disturbing.

“I need your help finding something out. One of my constituents got this in the mail. It’s a letter. I know it’s not under your jurisdiction, from the Census Bureau and they asked him to fill out a form on children’s health.

“And he opened it up and look what fell out. A five dollar bill. And there’s no reference in the letter to the five dollars in cash you got from the federal government. What’s this about? I have no idea. Can you help me find out. I will help you find out. I didn’t get one of those letters. Well, I filled out my census survey. I want five bucks.”

Kennedy continued, “And I understand that the Biden administration is also sending people $40 gift cards. I doubt that’s from the Biden administration, but I looked it up and it’s on the internet. It must be true.”

The odd mailing opens many questions regarding the handling of the census in our nation and where this odd money may be from. If our senators don’t even know about this, then who does? Seems like under the Biden administration, more keeps happening that isn’t even shared with our highest lawmakers in the nation.


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