Sen. Kennedy Slams Biden Administration on the Rise of Crime

Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy blasted President Joe Biden and Democrats on Wednesday over surging crime rates, arguing they are “more interested in Super Bowl guacamole.”

Kennedy shared the colorful comments with reporters during a press conference in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday addressing increased crime in America’s cities.

“There are a number of reasons for the increase in our crime rate, but I think part of it is our public leadership. We have many leaders in our communities today who believe, deep down, that, if a criminal commits a crime, it’s really not the criminal’s fault—it’s the fault of an unfair world,” Kennedy said.

“I think President Biden has tolerated a lot of this. An uncharitable person might say that his silence in this case, or at least the administration’s more interested in Super Bowl guacamole than the crime rate,” Kennedy said.

Kennedy is right. In his humorous, trademark fashion, he blasted the Biden administration’s approach, showing there’s no chance things are going to get better with the current leaders in office.

The good news is that the midterms are now only months away. There’s a chance Republicans could win back the House and perhaps the Senate, allowing the nation to stop the left’s radical legislation for the next two years.

Check out the video for some great comedy on a serious topic.


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