"What if this whole thing goes south?" Kennedy asked during a segment of Fox News Outnumbered on Monday.
Lisa "Kennedy" Montgomery of Fox Business suggested that muscle-enhancing steroids used by bodybuilders could be why CNN's Chris Cuomo—who is not a bodybuilder—could be behind his angry tirade at a heckler.
"The House leadership needs to urinate or get off the pot," Kennedy said of Democrats considering impeaching President Donald Trump.
"The patchwork of inconsistent state laws compounds the dysfunction," wrote Kennedy. "Our federal government has ceded its responsibility—and authority—to thoughtfully regulate marijuana."
Matt Drudge took to Twitter Monday to ridicule an "Outnumbered" segment in which the hosts "laughed and joked" about the political impact of Cesar Sayoc's mail bombs and Robert Bowers's anti-Semitic Pittsburgh shooting.
"Perhaps we didn't do too good a job teaching the importance of preserving democracy by an enlightened civic discourse," Kennedy said.
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