A Second Opinion on COVID

Five Hours Was Not Enough

Second Opinion Roundtable

It's incredible how many people are taking the time to watch our five-hour discussion COVID-19: A Second Opinion held January 24 in the United States Senate. More than 1.9 million people have watched the livestreamed video and another one million people have watched the shortened 30-minute highlight video.

I implore you to keep sharing this video with everyone you know. Thank you!

This was an important panel discussion with world-renowned doctors and medical experts who have had their voices silenced during the COVID-19 pandemic. It offered a different perspective on the global pandemic response, the current state of knowledge of early and hospital treatment, vaccine efficacy and safety, what went right, what went wrong, what should be done now, and what needs to be addressed long term.

Panelists at Roundtable

Learn More:

The Federalist: Sen. Johnson's Latest COVID Panel Reveals People Want a Second Opinion

Dr. Paul Marik's heartbreaking experience treating COVID patients

The Daily Signal: Doctors Diagnose Problem with Nation's COVID-19 Response

Blaze Media: DOD Medical Surveillance System Plagued By Giant Glitch

2021 Illegeal Border Crossings Set New Record

Border Crisis News Conference

The open border policies of the Biden administration are out of control. There was a record high of 2 million illegal border crossings in 2021. This week I led a news conference with my Republican colleagues to draw attention to these failed polices. Those of us concerned with homeland security are disappointed in how much this crisis at the border has been ignored.

Make no mistake. This crisis is a direct result of President Bidens policies. They are facilitating the business model of some of the most evil people on the planet.

Watch the full news conference here.

Fox News: Johnson Grills DHS on Migrant Releases

Fox News: GOP Senators Introduce Bill to Prevent TSA From Accepting Arrest Warrents as Valid ID

SW Border Apprehensions Chart

Around Wisconsin

Joseph Project Wausau

In Wausau, I had the opportunity to visit our Joseph Project graduates on the job. This group is working at Gordon Aluminum. The Joseph Project helps connect job seekers with employers around the state. There is a new class starting next week in Green Bay. The Joseph Project operates in Milwaukee, Wausau, Sheboygan and Green Bay.

Nolecheks Bacon

In Thorp, I had a tasty visit with this fourth generation family business. Nolechek's Meats has been making award-winning bacon, ham and sausage for 70 years.

Brookfield Police

In the Town of Brookfield, I held a townhall with constituents and then had a chance to thank local police for their service. I will always Back the Blue!

St. Ignatius School

In Kaukauna, I met with students at St. Ignatius School for an hour-long discussion. I'm always amazed and inspired by the contemplative questions on topics ranging from right to life, homelessness and telling the truth in spite of criticism.

Social Media Highlights

Black History Month

Holocaust Remembrance Day