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Louisiana Senator John Kennedy (R) delivered a verbal punch to the swarmy face of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan for pulling police out of a six-block zone of her city’s downtown, which is now occupied by anarchist thugs who have proclaimed the area “Free Capitol Hill.”

During an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity,” Kennedy slammed Durkan and Washington Governor Jay Inslee as he warned that protestors “Defund the Police” rallying cry was “a dress rehearsal for life in American without law enforcement.”

“A civilized society has to have rules and someone to enforce them. I don’t believe that the 18,000 police forces that we have in this country are endemically racist,” Kennedy said. “I think there are some racist cops and we need to weed them out.

“And finally, to the governor and the mayor of Seattle, who I think are holding their cops back. I would say gently: If you hate cops, just because they’re cops, then the next time you get in trouble, call a crackhead.”

“We need cops to keep us safe and I think Seattle is proof of that.”

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