Rubio Reflects On Biden's First Year In Office

Rubio Reflects On Biden's First Year In Office

2021 plagued Americans with crises

Jim McCool
Jim McCool
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December 29, 2021

As 2021 comes to an end, a newly released video shows US Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) reflecting on his and the Biden Administration's performances through recent challenges the country has had to face.

Senator Rubio described this past year as, "incredibly difficult for America," listing off the many crises the nation faces as we enter 2022, "As we emerge from a global pandemic, that began in China, we were hit with staggering inflation, the supply chain crisis, chaos on the border, and the rise of Cultural Marxism."

"Unfortunately, President Joe Biden (D), he's making things worse," Rubio added.  The Florida Senator then went on to comment on the "responsibility," he has to Floridians and listed off the busy and accomplished year Marco Rubio had in the United States Senate:

"This year alone, my federal casework team helped nearly 20,000 Floridians overcome issues ranging from passports and veteran benefits, to trouble with Social Security and Medicare.  We celebrated the opening of rehabilitated housing in Jacksonville.  We met with small business owners, who survived the pandemic thanks to our paycheck protection program that we wrote and passed. "

Senator Rubio certainly did not shy away from taking on big issues in 2021.  Along with Florida issues, the Senator delved into national, as well as international topics such as the CCP and their interaction with the international community.

While Rubio often boasts about being, "Banned in & sanctioned by China," the Senator has the legislative record to back up that title.  This year Rubio worked to oppose slave labor in China, by not supporting products made by China, in hopes to help Uyghur slaves in the Communist nation.

In the new year, Senator Rubio will seek re-election with a tough but manageable campaign on his hands.  With US Rep. Val Demings (D-FL) as the lead Democrat challenging the seat, the incumbent Senator holds a narrow lead over his opponent that he has once branded a Socialist.

Jim McCool

Jim McCool

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