Madison Cawthorn was one of the youngest Republicans to be elected to Congress in 2020. He was a strong representative of conservative values. But the D.C. swamp slandered his reputation and Republican fundraisers were able to cheat him of his 2022 primary win. The young conservative will be leaving Congress at the start of the new session in January.
But before he left, he gave one last rousing message on the House floor. He criticized the declining leftist culture that has made America “weak.” And he challenged young Americans to rise up with a powerful message.
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…
“America is weak. Her sons are sickly, and her daughters are decrepit,” he continued. “Our country now faces the consequences of enabling a participation trophy society. We’re no longer the United States. We’ve become the nanny state. Our young men are taught that weakness is a strength, that delicacy is desirable, and that being a soft metrosexual is more valuable than training the mind, body and soul.” […]
“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?” [Source: Fox News]
The wheelchair-bound America gave a passionate plea to America’s young to rise up and embrace their heritage. He called on young men of America to put aside the toxic culture that is making them weak and passive.
And to instead embrace our legacy of proud and strong heroes who fought to make this great nation.
We shouldn’t be surprised that the corrupt swamp is kicking this man out of office. He confronted the ugly side of D.C. and for that, Sen. Tillis, a Republican, used his super PAC to drive Cawthorn from his seat. That’s typical of an evil system that hates strong leaders and thrives on weakness and corruption.
But we certainly haven’t seen the last of Cawthorn. While he might be leaving Congress, he has given men a lasting challenge. And perhaps he will return one day, to continue his fight for the nation.
Author: Bo Dogan