Newly-elected Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders rebuts President Biden’s State of the Union address.
President Biden gave his second State of the Union address on Tuesday. In response to it, Sanders gave her own speech in which she said that she did not believe everything that the President had claimed during his address.
As anticipated, the State of the Union addressed inflation, the border crisis, and the risks brought by China. This is something that Sanders points out, saying that the President and the Democrats had failed people in dealing with these issues.
Sanders noted that it was time for a change and a time when American values and ideas would need to be central to the government as its predominant goal would be not to rule but to serve the people. She added that the Democrats currently are just looking for control when ruling. She continued to say that this was the reason she and Biden did not share commonalities because she was “for freedom” while Biden was “for government control.”
Other differences between the two that Sanders focused on include the fact that she, at 40 years old, is currently the youngest governor in the U.S. while Biden at 80 was the oldest President.
She continued that Washington was currently being controlled by the radical left which is focused on getting children to dislike each other just because of race. She added that the Democrats and Republicans were no longer separated by a dividing line. Instead, she called choosing between the two parties a choice between “normal or crazy.”
She proceeded to say that it was time for a new generation of leaders to rise within the Republican party.