Sen Kennedy Holds Biden To The Fire Over Inflation
Biden's humiliating himself again and proving to be unfit to hold the office he was sworn to uphold. One thing a president doesn't want to do it's alienating the people of his nation but everything Biden has done, thus far, has shown that it's been the plan all along.
"just keeps kicking its own a--," LA Sen John Kennedy explained.
"He said today, for example, that he bears no responsibility whatsoever for inflation," he added. "I think most Americans are thinking: Right, and Jimmy Hoffa died of natural causes."
Hoffa, a prominent Teamsters leader, disappeared in 1975 in what many believe to be a mob-related hit. Urban legend has long pointed to Giants Stadium as his eventual resting place, while a recent Fox Nation investigation probed a former dump not far from the East Rutherford, N.J., sports complex.
On "Jesse Watters Primetime," Kennedy added that Biden won the Democratic nomination by promising to separate himself from the platform of Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders.
"[He] has tried to emulate Bernie Sanders after 14 months," he said. "We know that President Biden believes in bigger government, higher taxes, more spending, more debt, more regulation, a weaker military's open borders, taxpayer funding, funded abortion on-demand and turning cops into social workers."
Kennedy said that type of governance led to the massive inflation and spikes in commodities prices across the board, adding the president's energy policy continues to worsen such economic strife.
"Here's his energy policy: Wind, solar and wishful thinking — he thinks he can run… the most powerful economy in all of human history without fossil fuels."
Biden, he said, appears to lack "self-awareness" on many of these fronts, and has appeared to choose "the wokers" of the far-left over the middle-of-the-road Americans whom he promised to represent.
Kennedy also made remarks about Biden's poor economic plan, or lack thereof. Explaining that if he's aiming to turn it around, he's done the exact opposite of that.
The same socialist clown who told Americans he would heal a divided nation said, “I never expected the ultra-MAGA Republicans who seem to control the Republican Party now to have been able to control the Republican Party. I never anticipated that happening.”
“Look, I think Biden needs to motivate his base ahead of the midterms. And nothing motivates Democrats like voting against Trump,” said GOP strategist Alex Conant. “Trump’s not on the ballot this fall. But Biden is going to try to convince voters that he is.”
“They’re not going to run on his record. They’re not going to make big, bold policy promises,” he said, so that leaves villainizing the opponent “and the best way to do that is to tie him to Trump.”