By Theodore Bunker | Thursday, 29 April 2021 04:48 PM
Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., told Newsmax TV on Thursday that Sen. Tim Scott, R-N.C., “said more and more meaningful things in fifteen minutes than President [Joe] Biden did in one hour” of his address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday.
“Tim said more and more meaningful things in fifteen minutes than President Biden did in one hour, and Tim’s remarks were there to lift people up, to talk about the great faith, family, freedom, hope, opportunity concepts. Those founding principles, those first principles that we all hold so dear and how that made a difference in his life. He talked about the faith that his mother had exercised. He talked about the role modeling that his family showed to him. He talked about how they instilled in him the hope that days would be better. And indeed, he talked about our nation’s days would be better and how he sought opportunities that were when there was an open door to him he took it. He was encouraged to walk through those open doors, and all of this happens because we live in a free country, as he said, you could go from cotton to congress in one generation because of the freedoms and the opportunities we have in this country.”