ICYMI: Tuberville joins “The Evening Edit” on Fox Business to Discuss Biden’s Inconsistent Foreign Policy, Anti-American Protests

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville joined “The Evening Edit” on Fox Business to discuss President Biden’s weakness on the world stage, including his inconsistent position on Israel.

Excerpts from Senator Tuberville’s remarks can be found below and his full remarks can be found onYouTube or Rumble.


TUBERVILLE: “[The] American people are tired of this. They’re tired of all this background noise that the Biden administration is pushing on the American people. Everything’s negative, there’s nothing positive. We’ve got wars all over the world. I’m telling you, the workers in this country are fed up of having to pay for all these bills, and the bills are stacking up every day, and Joe Biden’s going to pay the price next November.”


MacDONALD: “They tried to blockade the Port of Miami in Florida, but cops removed them within 15 minutes. They pulled them out of the road, arrested many of them. Senator, you compare that to other states like shutting down the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, or trying to block Chicago’s O’Hare Airport—Florida passed that anti-riot law three years ago. What do you make of all this?”

TUBERVILLE: “Well, we’re becoming a third-world country, and we’re allowing the criminals […] to overtake our country, and just bypass our laws. Liz, we don’t need to use these people as road bumps, but we do need to have some kind of law saying, ‘If you try to block traffic, and you try to block the things that are going on in this country—to stop trade, whether it’s ports, whether it’s airports, all those things—it’s an automatic fine and a jail sentence. You don’t even have to go to court. This is ridiculous, and it’s going to get worse. What’s going on in Gaza now in the Middle East—it’s getting out of control. It’s going to get more out of control.”

Senator Tommy Tuberville represents Alabama in the United States Senate and is a member of the Senate Armed Services, Agriculture, Veterans’ Affairs, and HELP Committees.