EPIC: Sen. John Kennedy Says Biden Can't Win With the Campaign Slogan 'I'm Only Senile Some of the Time'

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John Kennedy has a way with words, and his scathing humor has caused unprepared prospective judges to tremble under his pointed questioning and fools to wish they’d never caught his attention.


Appearing on Fox News on Friday night, the Republican senator from Louisiana summed up Joe Biden’s political future in his unique way, saying that after the president’s disastrous debate performance and subsequent faltering ABC interview, there was no way to “make this cat walk backwards.”

“I’m not sure, Kayleigh, that interviews like the president gave tonight matter much at this juncture. You can’t make this cat walk backwards,” Kennedy said. “People saw what they saw in that 90-minute debate, and I think most of them think that it’s only a matter of time before President Biden stumbles again because they understand that old age doesn’t get better, it gets worse.”

He accused the media of covering up Biden’s mental decline and argued that most Americans already know who they are going to vote for.

“Fairly or unfairly, I think most Americans have made up their minds,” he continued. “I think they have concluded that President Biden is old, that he is likely suffering from some form of neurodegenerative disease, that he’s suffered from for a while and that the White House and many members of the media industrial complex have covered it up and that cover-up has been toxic, in my opinion, for what it’s worth.”


Kennedy not only has a unique way with words, but he’s whip-smart as well.

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Kennedy thinks Biden’s campaign slogan has a problem:

“I think President Biden, politically, is as dead as fried chicken. He can now quit, he can be replaced — let me just finish my thought,” Kennedy said as McEnany began to respond. “Or he can run and lose. You can’t successfully run for president of the United States when your campaign slogan is, ‘I’m only senile some of the time,’ as one commentator pointed out today.”

"I'm only senile some of the time"—I admit, that one made me laugh out loud. If you're concerned about the the state of politics in this country, don't look to D.C. for reassurance, he added: 


“You shouldn’t look to Washington, D.C. for wisdom or comfort at this difficult time. As you know, most people in Washington, D.C. will unplug your life support in order to charge their cellphone,” Kennedy said. “Most people in Washington, D.C. right now are worried about how the president’s problems are going to impact them personally. I’m more interested in what the American people think.”

Kennedy is easily one of the most entertaining personalities in politics, but part of what makes him so interesting is that he’s not only funny as hell, but he’s usually spot-on with his observations. He certainly is here.



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