GOP Senator-Elect Issues Call To America

December 12, 2022

Republican Sen.=Elect Katie Britt of Alabama delivered a clear message about what she believes Americans want.

Britt said she thinks Americans want the GOP to stand with a "backbone of steel."

"It is clear that Americans want 'new blood' in Congress — individuals with a 'backbone of steel' — and the incoming freshman class of conservatives is 'going to bring that energy,'" according to Breitbart, using Britt's own words.

"So it is clear that Americans want new blood. They want fresh blood. They want people to go up there and shake it up," Britt said.

Britt made the comments when speaking about the recent Republican success in getting Democrats to cave and remove the media cartel bill, the JCPA, as well as the military vaccine mandate, from the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

"Those are the kind of fights conservatives must do more of," Britt explained.

"We must have a backbone, and we must press forward on behalf of the American people. So I was thrilled to see this play out," Britt said.

"That’s what you have in this class of conservatives coming to the U.S. Senate," she said.

"When you saw those conversations occur in caucus and kind of sort of the unity building behind it, it gives me a lot of hope that this is how we are going to move forward," Britt said. "This is the way we’re going to conduct ourselves. I think the American people are demanding it."

"People are sick of the status quo. They want to see Republicans stand with a backbone of steel, and I think this new freshman class is going to bring that energy that life, that directness of what the American people want and putting it into action," Britt continued, adding that Americans are ready for "change."

Source: Breitbart