Sen Kennedy: Biden's 'Poll Numbers Are Going Down like a Fat Guy on a Seesaw'
Louisiana senator doesn't mince his words while noting Democrat's plummeting popularity
Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) shredded Joe Biden over his plunging popularity among voters.
During an interview on Tuesday's episode of "Fox News Primetime," Kennedy said Biden's "poll numbers are going down like a fat guy on a seesaw."
"I think it's fair to say that President Biden and his merry band of woke-aristas have broken a lotta plates in their first 10 months," the Louisiana senator said.
"That's why his poll numbers are going down like a fat guy on a seesaw.
"Everything from Afghanistan, to inflation, to the border crisis, to his handling of COVID," Kennedy said.
The Republican lawmaker has served as a Louisiana senator since 2017.
"I think the president and his people just don't trust the American people to make their own decisions," Kennedy said.
"President Biden and, and his woker friends think that they're smarter and more virtuous than the American people, that the American people can't manage their lives without these edicts from Washington."
However, though other polls from the Democrats' propaganda wings in the media paint a less grim picture of public sentiment, like a CNN poll conducted by SSRS that indicated 50% approve and 49% disapprove of Biden's handling of his job.
Less than one year into a four-year term, the Biden administration has already faced heavy criticism on a multitude of fronts.
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump issued a statement asking if people miss him yet.
"COVID is raging out of control, our supply chains are crashing with little product in our stores, we were humiliated in Afghanistan, our Border is a complete disaster, gas prices and inflation are zooming upward—how's Biden doing?" Trump asked.
"Do you miss me yet?"