President Trump may want to consider Louisiana Senator John Kennedy (R) for a cabinet post in the near future.
The man pulls zero punches, constantly telling it like it is.
Check out his latest take on embattled rookie lawmaker, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), because it is legendary…
From Washington Times:
Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy has a new theory on where Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is getting her explosive talking points on immigration issues: imaginary “voices in her head.”
The Republican politician joined a chorus of his peers this week in condemning the New York Democrat’s “concentration camp” rhetoric on detention facilities for illegal immigrants.
“Let me be frank. Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez — someone needs to tell her that the voices in her head are not real,” Mr. Kennedy told a local CBS affiliate, The Hill reported Wednesday. “She says that the men and women of our Border Patrol and our authorities are intentionally running concentration camps on the southern border.”
When AOC or any Democrat is talking about the “rule of law,” you kind of have to cringe. It’s a gut reaction.
AOC recently revealed that there’s a “very real risk” of a Trump re-election victory in 2020.
From Fox News:
In her first Sunday morning show appearance since taking office in January, New York Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez warned that there is “very real risk” President Trump will win re-election in 2020, and acknowledged that progressive frustration with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is also “quite real.”
The comments struck an unusually defensive tone for the 29-year-old progressive firebrand, as Democrats seek to winnow their large list of 23 presidential contenders. Ocasio-Cortez also spoke bluntly on her initiative to repeal the Hyde Amendment, which bars most federal funding for abortion — and 2020 Democrat frontrunner Joe Biden’s abrupt reversal on the issue earlier this month.
“I think that we have a very real risk of losing the presidency to Donald Trump if we do not have a presidential candidate that is fighting for true transformational change in the lives of working people in the United States,” Ocasio-Cortez told ABC News’ Jon Karl on “This Week” Sunday.
“I think that if we elect a president on half-measures that the American people don’t quite understand — the agenda of a president, you know, that says we’re fighting for higher wages but we don’t want a $15 minimum wage, fighting for education but we don’t want to make colleges tuition-free, fighting for women’s rights, et cetera, but we don’t want to go all the way with that, then I think we have a very real risk of losing the presidency,” Ocasio-Cortez continued.