Senator James Lankford, R-Okla., Appeared with Trey Gowdy to explain why the obstruction must remain intact on “Sunday Night in America”.
While Gowdy discussed polls that suggest up to 50% of Americans fear democracy may or even should end, Lankford offered optimistic hope for the future.
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“There is always an opportunity. Frankly, as a man of faith, there is always a time to repent and turn around for every individual,” Lankford said.
He added: “For a lot of people in this country who say too far, too far, I just tell them to pray, let’s get down to business and keep going because we have seen some very difficult days in the past, and we are. We’ll probably see more in the future. But that doesn’t mean this great republic can’t survive it and thrive on it and, quite frankly, set an example for the rest of the world. “
He explained that the main problems across the country stem from attempts to deviate from the founding principles of the US Constitution.
âMost of the problems that we have in this nation right now are not our Constitution. It is not our founders. It is that we do not follow these founding principles, and we do not respect the Constitution. the real problem in the republic right now, “Lankford said.” We’re coming back again to following the founding principles, and we can have the same push towards the world’s most powerful and moral army, the economy. the strongest in the world and the greatest light, hope and opportunity for the rest of the world. The world relies on us for success because they know that if we can’t do it right there is no way they can do it right. “
Gowdy changed the subject about Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, DN.Y., trying to clear the legislative obstruction. Lankford opposes Schumer’s efforts and argues the importance of filibuster in defending the “minority voice” in the Senate.
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âThe Senate with the filibuster rule in place is forcing the Senate to slow down, so they have to have a bipartisan conversation. In fact, the Senate is the only place in government where the minority always has a voice unless the American people vote overwhelmingly. and swing the Senate, which is certainly not what we have now, âLankford said. “I believe the minority voice still matters.”
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Lankford noted that several Democratic and Independent Senators have championed filibustering over the past three years, including Dick Durbin, D-Ill., Jon Tester, D-Mont., Chris Coons, D-Del., Angus King, I-Maine, Mazie. Hirono, D-Hawaii, and Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio.
“There are ways to do it, and even they said in the past we couldn’t end the filibuster,” Lankford said.