Sen. John Kennedy (LA) brought the sex lives of Democrats into a debate about voting rights on Tuesday’s “Hannity.”
He opened by saying that Texas Democrats in the state legislature were “playing the victim” about the Texas voting integrity legislation, claiming that it suppressed votes and that Republicans didn’t want minorities to vote in larger numbers.
“They fit in just fine here in Washington, D.C., because in Washington, D.C., if it weren’t for double standards, there wouldn’t be any standards at all,” he said of the group, who fled the state to avoid allowing a vote on the bill and other Republican legislation.
Kennedy said he read the bill and it in no way suppresses the vote, but only calls for ID to vote and prevents cheating.
“The American people support that. The American people want that,” Kennedy said of the ID requirement. “And I say gently to my Democratic friends from Texas, if you don’t, if you don’t see the need for that, then there are one or two close circumstances here. Either you’re so dumb, you lose your place during sex, or you want to cheat. And those are your two choices.”
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