Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) railed against the defund the police movement in the wake of recent police-involved shootings.
Kennedy argued that police misconduct is a rare occurrence, saying that anybody in support of defunding the police has “tested positive for stupid.”
“Cops have about 60 million encounters with Americans every year,” Kennedy noted. “When someone is hurt — before we assume, there’s this thing called asking. There’s this thing called an investigation. The wokeristas don’t want to just jump to conclusions. They want to cannonball into them. They need to get the facts.”
He continued, “Let me state a few propositions that I think reflect common sense, and with respect to which most Americans other than the wokeristas agree. Number one, most cops, many of whom happened to be black, do not get up every day and go to work hoping