Sen. Kennedy on 'Hannity': Dems have abandoned a 'universal truth' about police and criminals

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Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., argued on “Hannity” Wednesday that it should be common sense to have law enforcement available to protect law-abiding citizens. Kennedy went on to slam his Democratic colleagues for making cops “the bad guys” amid defund the police movements and spikes in crime taking place across the nation. 

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SEN. JOHN KENNEDY: There are some people in this world that just aren’t fit to be part of our society. They’re not sick. They’re not mixed up. They’re not confused. It’s not a question of whether they’re mama or daddy loved them enough. They’re just anti-social. In terms of public safety, they’re just bad. And we, I thought, as a society had agreed that that’s why we need law enforcement, is to get them off the streets and to protect law-abiding citizens from them. That was a universal truth. Apparently, no longer. Not all, but many of my Democratic colleagues have done an about-face. Now, the bad guys are the cops.

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