(RightIsRight.co) – Highlighting the inefficacy of the current vice president in handling her tasks, Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana offered a critical assessment of Kamala Harris in a recent statement, asserting that the American public acknowledges her as “not capable.”
Kennedy’s critique encompassed a range of issues, including the ongoing U.S.-Mexico border crisis, rising inflation, escalating crime rates, and international conflicts in Ukraine and Gaza, reflecting his firm disapproval of the performance of both Harris and Joe Biden.
Senator Kennedy’s remarks come in the context of significant challenges at the U.S.-Mexico border, where over 2 million illegal immigrants have been encountered during the fiscal year 2023, according to United States Customs and Border Protection.
Kennedy highlighted this issue, associating it with the broader policies of the Biden administration, which favor open borders and align with the “neo-socialist woke-wing, loon-wing of the Democratic Party.”
The senator’s comments also referenced Biden’s March 2021 decision to appoint Harris as the “border czar,” a role intended to address the root causes prompting illegal immigration to the United States. Despite Harris’s engagements, including meetings with the presidents of Guatemala and Honduras and a visit to the border, Kennedy voiced the sheer ineffectiveness of these efforts.
Kennedy further elaborated on the American public’s perception of the current administration, stating, “The American people may be poorer under President Biden, but they’re not stupid. They see an open border, they experience inflation, they see the rampant crime.”
He then conveyed a harsh judgment of both Biden and Harris, quoting a sentiment held by the public: “… President Biden is old and he needs soup and an early bedtime and they have concluded that Vice President Harris is not capable, that when her IQ gets to 75, she should sell.”
Recent polls from Quinnipiac and NBC, released in mid-November, have shown Biden and Harris trailing former President Donald Trump, as some Democrats express concern about Biden’s campaign for reelection in 2024.
Kennedy acknowledged these public perceptions, reiterating that they are a conclusion reached by many Americans.
As of the report, Vice President Harris had not responded to requests for comment on Senator Kennedy’s statements.