'Tastes like I'd rather be fat': GOP senator wails about kale and yoga mats while calling Democrats 'berserk'

'Tastes like I'd rather be fat': GOP senator wails about kale and yoga mats while calling Democrats 'berserk'
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United States Senator John Kennedy (R-Louisiana) railed against "high-IQ stupid people" and "wokers" during a speech at a campaign stop for Georgia's scandal-plagued Republican Senate hopeful Herschel Walker on Sunday.

"These woke, high-IQ stupid people, they're easy to recognize. They hate George Washington, they hate Thomas Jefferson, they hate Dr. Seuss, and they hate Mr. Potato Head," Kennedy declared.

Kennedy, who has a reputation for firing off colorful wisecracks, blathered boisterously about vegetables, yoga mats, and preferred pronouns.

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"These, these woke, high-IQ stupid people, they walk around, they walk around with zip-lock bags of kale that they can eat to give them energy. Now, if you wanna eat kale, that's up to you. I don't eat kale. You know why? Because kale tastes to me like I'd rather be fat," Kennedy continued before accusing Democrats of being unhinged.

"And these high-IQ pe – stupid people, the wokers in charge of Washington, DC, the berserk wing of the Democratic Party – they hyperventilate on their yoga mats if you use the wrong pronoun," Kenny hollered. "They're all over Washington, DC."

Walker will face off against incumbent Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock in a runoff election on Tuesday, December 6th.

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