Sen. Kennedy: ‘The Lesser of Two Socialists is Still a Socialist’

by Joshua Nelson

Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy said Wednesday that he views all of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates as being socialist, expressing skepticism about the so-called moderates who are running.

“I’m not buying this storyline of progressives versus moderates. I would remind you the lesser of two socialists is still a socialist,” Kennedy told “America’s Newsroom,” responding to some of the contentious moments at Tuesday night’s debate.

“What I heard last night, even from the so-called less liberal candidates, and I’m not impugning their integrity, but … I heard a job-killing, soul-crushing, socialist agenda. The only thing missing was the Cuban national anthem,” he said. Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to Sen. Kennedy: ‘The Lesser of Two Socialists is Still a Socialist’

  1. Joe Z says:

    Senator John Kennedy nails it.

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