Kat Cammack: Biden 'Takes Orders from the Easter Bunny'

Kat Cammack: Biden 'Takes Orders from the Easter Bunny'

Grayson Bakich
Grayson Bakich
January 18, 2023

In the same address President Biden called for banning "assault weapons," he also refers to the House Republicans as "fiscally demented." While the insult garners responses, Rep. Kat Cammack's (R-FL-3) is certainly a zinger.

Appearing on Fox News, Cammack tweets that "earlier this week, Biden called Republicans “fiscally demented,” but that’s rich, coming from the guy who takes orders from the Easter Bunny. When we want to sit down and get serious about this stuff, we’re taking the blame? Give me a break."

In addition to the above quip, Cammack adds that Biden cannot "complete a coherent sentence."

"Regardless," she continues, "we're the ones who are going to get our fiscal house in order." Her reasoning is that Biden "has no interest in being serious about it."

After all, Cammack says, the Biden administration has spent $10 trillion in just two years. Despite this, "he wants to balk at us wanting to negotiate about reducing the size and scope of government? Give me a break," she scoffs.

Cammack reiterates that Republicans are committed to fixing the economy. After all, "I don't know if anyone's noticed recently, but the price of eggs is what people are going to get at the grocery store; for a long time to come; upwards of twelve dollars a dozen," sneaking in an additional jab at Democrats when she says "and I know they haven't shopped for themselves recently."

Concluding, Cammack says that "people like me, and everyday Americans, we're sick and tired of the inflation, we're tired of the welfare state."

This is not the first time Cammack has taken Biden to task for his remarks against Republicans. Back in November, she said the dismissal of her visit to the southern border as a "publicity stunt" as "absolutely absurd" and only serves to "show their ignorance."

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Grayson Bakich

Grayson Bakich

Florida born and raised, Grayson Bakich is a recent recipient of a Master’s Degree in Political Science at the University of Central Florida. His thesis examined recent trends in political polarization and how this leads into justification of violence.

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