Tomi Lahren apologizes for mocking Kennedy and shows us why she’s the master of debate

On Tuesday night, Jan. 30, Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren had some choice words for Representative Joe Kennedy III (D-MA), the congressman who delivered the Democratic response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union.

During Rep. Joe Kennedy’s response to President Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday night, Tomi Lahren posted two lewd Instagram videos insulting the congressman.

Lahren dug deep to deliver an eloquent response, calling the Massachusetts Democrat a “nasty little ginger.”

In a second video posted to her Instagram that has since been deleted, Lahren called Kennedy a “little limp dick” and said his speech was unbearable. “If you haven’t yet had the displeasure of watching that little limp dick’s response to President Trump’s State of the Union, I suggest you take some Pepto-Bismol, or some Midol, or whatever you need to do to get through it because it was pathetic and it was embarrassing,” Lahren said. “Oh my god.”

Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren apologized after dishing out childish insults about Rep. Joe Kennedy after his response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address.

“My comments on my personal Instagram about Kennedy’s response were inappropriate and I take full responsibility for that. I got too upset. I sincerely apologize,” Lahren posted on her Twitter on Wednesday night.

During his response, Rep. Kennedy outlined an alternate State of the Union, one that contrasted with Trump’s address and the positive outlook for the country the president expressed.

“We see an economy that makes stocks soar, investor portfolios bulge, and corporate profits climb, but fails to give workers their fair share of the reward,” Rep. Kennedy said during the Democratic response, which was delivered in his home state of Massachusetts. “A government that struggles to keep itself open. Russia knee-deep in our democracy. An all-out war on environmental protection. A Justice Department rolling back civil rights by the day. Hatred and supremacy proudly marching in our streets. Bullets tearing through our classrooms, concerts, and congregations. Targeting our safest, sacred places. And that nagging, sinking feeling, no matter your political beliefs: This is not right. This is not who we are.”