Sen. Kennedy: De Blasio 'Not Qualified to Run a Hot Dog Stand'


Sen. Kennedy worried about New York City amid riots: De Blasio needs help

Sen. Kennedy worried about New York City amid riots: De Blasio needs help

“I’m really worried about the cops and the peaceful protesters and the businesses in New York,” Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., told “America’s Newsroom.”

“And I don’t know what planet Mayor de Blasio parachuted in from, but I don’t see him carrying his happy a** down there, trying to protect people,” continued Kennedy.

“He needs help to protect everybody, the peaceful protesters, the cops, and the business owners and if he doesn’t realize he needs help, then he’s not qualified to run a hot dog stand as far as I am concerned,” Kennedy said.

“All you’ve got to do is look at Fifth Avenue for God's sake. I mean, it’s horrible, and lawful protesting is as American as baseball. Men and women have died to protect that right in this country on the battlefield and off. But, if you don’t know the difference between peacefully protesting and rioting, then you tested positive for stupid.”