Today, the Republican National Committee (RNC) released another episode of their podcast, “Real America.” In this episode, RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel sat down with US Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) where the two reiterated the term, “systemic socialism” to describe the Biden/ Democrat Party agenda for America.
Aside from many other topics such as the 2022 midterms and education, Senator Scott was able to tap into his expertise of bashing socialism.
When asked about the current state of the Democrat party and the massive spending bill President Biden (D) has championed, the Senator blatantly labeled this, “systemic socialism.”
“That’s all it is. They want everybody to be dependent on the government so they can control your life. I love this country. I do not need the government to tell me what to do, But what Democrats are doing is they’re bankrupting the country with money,” said Senator Scott.
Ronna McDaniel: And the Biden administration’s a nightmare. I mean, it really is. Obviously, you’re ahead of your head of getting this election and winning back the Senate. But what you’re seeing as a senator right now, how upsetting is it to watch this reconciliation and what they’re trying to push through? I mean. It’s not just the cost, the content of what they’re trying to push. It is truly frightening.
Rick Scott: This is systemic socialism. That’s all it is. They want everybody to be dependent on the government so they can control their life. I always tell, everyone I love my mom. I hate her telling me what to do. And so I think about government. OK, I can. I love this country. I do not need the government tell me what to do.
Chairwoman McDaniel added her own commentary, plainly stating that Democrats, “are ruining our country and they’re not going to turn it around.”
The RNC itself has also remained valiant on these issues, like Scott. The RNC and NRSC are now working together to defend election integrity.
“The RNC and the NRSC are doing a lot. We’re defending lawsuits in Georgia, Florida, Iowa. We’re going into Texas and probably North Carolina because we’re a team,” said Chairman McDaniel.