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Replay of July 30, 2020 Telephone Town Hall

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Below is a full replay of my telephone town hall, which took place on Thursday, July 30th. During this call, I covered a wide variety of issues including our COVID-19 response, our economy and jobs, our federal spending and national debt, along with several other important topics. Read more »

What were they supposed to do?!

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What in the world were they supposed to do?! With (1) a large group of trespassers descending on private property, (2) police nowhere to be found, and (3) a legitimate fear for their personal safety, again I’ll ask: What were they supposed to do?! Like South Carolina, the state of Missouri (where this couple lives) also has a Castle Doctrine law. They did NOT have an obligation to hide. They did ... Read more »

This Week in Congress

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Three topics on my appearance this morning on Fox News: First up – liberals introduced a bill in Congress to limit the President's ability to mobilize federal police forces in riot-ravaged cities. 🔷 My response: these are NOT peaceful protests, and the folks in Congress who don't think help is needed to restore law & order are completely tone deaf to what's happening. Topic #2 starts at 01:18 – A... Read more »

Promoting Safety and Security

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To help promote safety and security, I’ve signed on as a co-sponsor to two excellent bills in the House. The first piece of legislation will put a hold on federal funding to local governments that allow these so-called “autonomous zones” within their jurisdictions. (This is H.R. 7285.) Seattle is a prime example of this nonsense. There, a six-block radius was essentially confiscated by anarchists,... Read more »

They Will Have My Support and Respect

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Incredibly, calls to “defund the police” are actually gaining traction in dozens of cities with far-left local governments. For example, the Minneapolis City Council voted to eliminate their police department, but still hasn’t identified how citizens will be kept safe. New York City is taking steps to cut over $1 billion from its police, with similar efforts now underway in cities like Baltimore, ... Read more »

Sen. Scott's JUSTICE Act Blocked in Senate

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In two sentences, here’s what happened yesterday: (1) Sen. Tim Scott had a strong bill to improve relationships and transparency between law enforcement and those they serve. (2) Liberals in the Senate torpedoed it, ending any chance of meaningful reform for the foreseeable future. There are over 600,000 people in our congressional district, and I’m now on a mission to make sure they all know the ... Read more »

They Just Said No

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You just need to listen to this short video to understand the frustration of Republicans right now in Congress. This is Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), who has worked tirelessly on a new bill in the Senate called the Justice Act, which will help improve relationships and transparency between law enforcement and those they serve. Earlier today, Democrats BLOCKED debate on this bill. They didn't block a fina... Read more »

It’s Time to Put a Stop to This Depravity

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Get this: there are actually protesters in D.C. vowing to tear down the Emancipation Statue of Abraham Lincoln. Yes, the same Abraham Lincoln who signed the Emancipation Proclamation freeing slaves 157 years ago. In fact, former slaves helped raise funds to create this monument. And Frederick Douglass, who escaped slavery and led national efforts to abolish it, helped dedicate the statue in 1876. ... Read more »

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