Biden keeps getting it wrong
Energy and food insecurity are not just some hypothetical issues that should be used to score points against your political opponents. Food insecurity is a real threat worldwide with the potential to ravage countries and tear apart their social fabric. In Egypt alone, food prices have increased 25% to 50% in the last month. As the most populous country in the Arab region, one spark of unrest and the so-called volcano which is the Middle East could erupt.
With this level of angst in the world, I was personally shocked that President Biden, instead of calling for national unity, pointed the finger at others for high gas prices and offered only a short-term fix to use up our existing strategic petroleum reserves. The United States has the potential to quickly tap into multiple energy sources to ramp back up our output levels and get us back to a position of economic strength. What Biden refuses to acknowledge is that a weak America results in an unstable world.
I am not a politician, but a lifelong advocate with deep roots in our communities and experience in the private sector. Our Congressional District right now is without representation in Washington D.C. We need a strong conservative voice with experience in standing up and being heard. I spent two summers in Washington D.C. working on Ag Issues and understand how bright lights and special interests can quickly distract new members of Congress.
With your help, I hope to be on a plane to Washington D.C. on August 10th to be sworn in and immediately make an impact. I am ready to serve as your First District problem-solver.
Our team is dedicated to running a grass roots campaign that raises money from those same friends and neighbors. It’s a sign of local support that other candidates in the race don’t have, and it’s why I’m asking for your help as we close out the first quarter of the race.