Sen. John Kennedy from Louisiana recently appeared on Fox and Friends to throw some zingers at President Joe Biden, who, let’s not forget, is older than dirt. Kennedy was not holding back, pointing out that Biden’s poll numbers are sinking faster than the Titanic, with a whopping 70% of Americans thinking Biden’s first car was a chariot. Ouch.
But Kennedy didn’t stop there. He also took aim at Vice President Kamala Harris, suggesting she talks like she’s from outer space. While Kennedy has yet to officially endorse a candidate for the 2024 election, he made it clear that both Biden and Harris are in hot water due to their handling of the border crisis, which is as wide open as a barn door.
Sen. John Kennedy jokes Joe Biden's first car 'was a chariot' https://t.co/X8WR2ZUEC3
— Harry (@harrytpk) December 14, 2023
And speaking of the border, things have been a real mess since Biden took office. Customs and Border Protection had to deal with a whopping 241,000 immigrants attempting to cross the border in October alone. That’s like trying to fit an entire football stadium of people through a revolving door. But get this – over 10 million immigrants have reportedly entered the country illegally since Biden took office. That’s more people than you can shake a stick at.
To top it off, the White House decided to start auctioning off unused parts of the border wall rather than using them to actually secure the border. When Biden took office, he put the kibosh on former President Trump’s plan to build the wall, and now those unused parts are costing the taxpayers a cool $130,000 every day to store. With 47 million bucks down the drain so far, it makes you wonder if the White House is just trying to set a world record for the most expensive yard sale ever.
So, there you have it, folks. Kennedy didn’t hold back in pointing out the Biden administration’s blunders, and it’s clear that there’s plenty of material for late-night comedians to work with. But hey, when the border’s wide open and there’s a border wall garage sale going on, who needs jokes?