Fox’s Tomi Lahren Calls Joe Kennedy A ‘Limp Dick’ ‘Little Nasty Ginger’, Makes Tasteless Trans Joke

Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren ripped Democratic Rep. Joe Kennedy III during his response to President Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, labeling him as “that little limp dick” and calling him a “little nasty ginger.”

Lahren also mocked the Democrat’s appearance and remarking that he resembled transgender activist and athlete Caitlyn Jenner.

“Is it just me or does Joe Kennedy III look a helluva lot like pre-Caitlyn Bruce Jenner?” Lahren tweeted. “I’m not wrong,” she added on Instagram.

Lahren called Kennedy “that little limp dick” in an Instagram story shortly after Kennedy delivered his remarks.

Lahren offered a public apology Wednesday in a series of tweets, calling her remarks “inappropriate.”

“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 tweeted Wednesday night.

Kennedy invited Staff Sergeant Patricia King, a transgender soldier, as his guest to President Trump’s first State of the Union in protest of Trump’s attempt to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military.

“I want her to be there as a real person, and the face of an inhumane policy,” said Kennedy, who is also the chairman of the Transgender Equality Task Force in Congress.

“We will fight back against a Justice and an Education Department that turns a blind eye to discrimination in our schools,” he said, referencing the Trump’s recent rollback of protections for transgender students in schools.

“We’ll fight back against a health care system that treats transgender Americans as second-class citizens. We’ll fight back against our own colleagues, members of Congress that try to undermine religious liberty in this country by using it to support state-sanctioned discrimination,” the congressman continued. “And we’ll fight back against a scourge of hate-based and hate-inspired violence that plagues the transgender community every single day, particularly transgender women of color.”

“A threat to any civil right is a threat to all civil rights,” Kennedy said before reading the names of Jamie Lee Wounded Arrow, Mesha Caldwell, JoJo Striker, Tiara Richmond, Chyna Doll Dupree, Ciara McElveen and Jaquarrius Holland — the transgender women whom he said have “lost their lives to violence so far this year alone.”

“This country owes them better … and this task force will fight every day to deliver better.” he argued.