Outgoing Republican Gets Congress’ Attention – Madison Cawthorn Challenges American Men with Final Speech
Madison Cawthorn was one of the youngest Republicans to win a House seat in 2020. He was a popular figure among voters in North Carolina and represented a fresh, young generation rising up within the GOP.
But after he called out the D.C. swamp, it turned on him. Even Republican senators used their super PACs to crush Cawthorn, helping a primary challenger take his place. Cawthorn will be leaving the House at the start of the new Congress. He gave his final message on the House floor. He blasted the current toxic culture that has made America weak. And he charged young men in an inspiring way.
From Fox News:
North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn gave his final address on the House floor Wednesday, delivering an impassioned plea for young men to “reclaim your masculinity” and decrying cultural “weakness” in America…
“I ask the young men of this nation a question,” Cawthorn said. “Will you sit behind a screen while the storied tales of your forefathers become myth? Or will you stand resolute against the dying light of America’s golden age? Will you reclaim your masculinity? Will you become a man to be feared? To be respected? To be looked up to? Or will you let this nation’s next generation be its final generation?”
Wow. The wheelchair-bound Cawthorn called out the sickly, weak culture that has emasculated men. In his final speech on the House floor, he challenged young men to look to their ancestors and embrace their heritage.
He accused the United States of becoming a “nanny state” that has robbed men of their dignity. The Republican urged young men to turn away from their screens and embrace adversity, which would hone their character and make them strong.
Cawthorn made waves when he spoke out against supposed corruption going on in D.C. His own party turned on him, ensuring he would lose his seat. But that hasn’t stopped the young man from challenging Americans to rise up and turn away from a liberal culture that is softening our resolve.
He might be leaving Congress today. But we shouldn’t be surprised to see him come back sometime in the future. Hopefully, many men will embrace his message and reclaim what they’ve lost.
- Outgoing Republican congressman Madison Cawthorn gave his final speech on the House floor.
- He criticized the United States for embracing a culture that has robbed men of their dignity.
- The young Republican called on young men to embrace adversity and become strong again.
Source: Fox News