November: A Month in Review
Waukesha Christmas Parade Attack
The Waukesha Christmas Parade on November 21 was a horrific tragedy. A man driving a SUV plowed through the parade killing six innocent people and injured more than 60 others. But it never should have happened. We need to start asking questions about why our criminal justice system is releasing violent criminals.
After talking with Waukesha officials and attending the interfaith vigil, I understand the pain in that community. While we don't want outside influences making the situation worse, we cannot downplay the horror of this intentional act. There was a murderer who committed these crimes (not a car like CNN's headline suggests). Catch and release is not only a problem on the southern border, but also in our criminal justice system.
WATCH: Today I led a moment of silence for the parade victims in the U.S. Senate.
The Expert Panel YouTube Didn't Want You to See
On November 2, I held an expert panel on federal vaccine mandates and vaccine injuries. The event was live streamed on Rumble, because we were afraid that YouTube would take it down and that is exactly what happened. For the fifth time this year, YouTube has censored me from telling you the truth. They deleted the video and shut down my YouTube channel for one week. Thankfully, you can still watch the entire event here on Rumble.
I spoke about my advocacy for early treatment, the importance of American's health care freedom and recognizing natural immunity, the impacts of mandates, and the lack of transparency from federal health agencies in response to my COVID-19 oversight requests.
We invited the heads of all the federal health agencies and the CEO's from major drug companies to attend this discussion, but not one of them showed up or even sent a representative.
I hope you will take the time to listen to these stories of people who just want to be seen, heard and believed. People like Ernest Ramirez who lost his 16-year-old son to myocarditis after his son received the Pfizer vaccine, and Dr. Joel Wallskog, an orthopedic surgeon from Mequon who was diagnosed with transverse myelitis after receiving the Moderna vaccine and can no longer work.
If you have a story about how vaccine mandates have impacted your life, you can share it here.
Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict
On November 19, I believe justice was served in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. I hope everyone can accept the verdict and let the community of Kenosha heal and rebuild.
This trial highlighted the vast divide we have in this country. While the jury deliberated I tweeted, "Threats to a judge and jury are antithetical to the American justice system. All forms of intimidation should stop and any protests remain peaceful. Best to follow Sheriff David Beth's advice and watch the trial on TV."
Russian Collusion Hoax Op-Ed
On November 16, the Federalist published my op-ed on the need to reveal and hold accountable those responsible for the Russian collusion hoax.
Radio and Telephone Town Halls
On November 10, I held a radio town hall on the Dan O'Donnell Show on Newstalk 1130. For one hour, I answered questions from listeners. You can watch the entire town hall here.
I also hold regular telephone town halls where I answer questions from constituents. You can sign up to be on the telephone town hall call list here. My next telephone town hall is December 1 at 5pm CT.
Beyond Vision Visit
On November 8, I had an inspiring visit to Beyond Vision in Milwaukee. They employ people with vision disabilities to work manufacturing items for some of Wisconsin's biggest companies like Harley-Davidson and Briggs & Stratton. The power of work to enhance lives is incredible.