He continued to affirm that the biggest threat to the American people in government is the “bureaucratic class” who have not been elected, referring to the “guy at the NIH,” and other three-letter agencies, which many believe have practically become the fourth branch of government. The hardest part to swallow was that, according to Cawthorn, “they are practically unfireable.”
Cawthorn’s words were spot on, of course, and with a topic this ridiculous there’s a real benefit to injecting humor into the debate. It helps to expose the insanity. But even more inspiring was his choice to take on this subject in the first place. So many Republicans and self-proclaimed conservatives are reluctant to speak out on a matter that’s so important. They cower in fear of the woke mob and would rather be timid than bold.