During a Fox News interview on Thursday morning, March 11, Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.), took aim at Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus or COVID-19 stimulus package. He compared calling the bill a “coronavirus bill” to saying “the stripper really likes you.”

“President Biden says it’s a coronavirus bill and my response is ‘right, and the stripper really likes you.’ Calling this a coronavirus bill is like calling Harvey Weinstein a feminist,” Kennedy said.

Jen Psaki, the press secretary for the White House, boasted that the bill is the most progressive in American history.

Kennedy opposed the bill’s depiction of CCP Virus relief.

Kennedy continued, “I said the other day that calling this a coronavirus bill is like calling Harvey Weinstein a feminist. It’s just chock-full of spending porn. There are parts of it I like. I like trying to help people who are unemployed, and I like trying to help our small business people, especially our restaurants.”

Kennedy slammed portions of the massive spending spree, especially provisions that funnel taxpayer funds to inmates and illegal aliens.

Kennedy said that he doesn’t understand why we have to give prisoners large sums of money. Why do they need assistance? He doesn’t see why we have to give money to people who are illegally in our country. He doesn’t see why we have to offer money to states with increased revenues. He is perplexed as to why we would spend $130 billion on schools that fail to open.

“I don’t know why we have to pay reparations—this bill has a reparations provision—and if you add up all the coronavirus spending, and then all the spending porn, there’s no comparison,” he added.

“And to me, using a coronavirus bill to effectuate spending porn, is like looting after a natural disaster and that’s why I voted against it,” he concluded.

“We tried with President Biden. Look, ‘I’ll meet you halfway,’ we said, ‘OK.’ Well, and then he just ignored us,” he said.

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