You have to look far and wide to find a legislative response to Chinese aggression that Tom Cotton doesn’t support.
Cotton appeared to be referring to fundraising messages from Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley that were sent just as pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol.
Arkansas senator Tom Cotton and Utah senator Mike Lee are rejecting proposals for Congress to reject the certification Electoral College votes.
Cotton, a frequent ally of President Trump, said he will not join a group of GOP senators in objecting to Congress counting the certified electoral votes.
The senator also blasted Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for his support of increased trade opportunities with the Chinese Communist Party.
The new list adds 20 new names including Senators Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Ted Cruz of Texas, and Josh Hawley of Missouri.
‘China is Rooting for Joe Biden’: Tom Cotton Accuses the Vice President of Aiding China’s Rise Throughout His Nearly 50-Year Career
Cotton juxtaposed Biden's record with that of Trump, who he is said is addressing America's geopolitical competition with China head on.
Tom Cotton’s Campus Free Speech Restoration Act is at the leading edge of the fight to restore liberty and constitutional principle to our college campuses.
The controversy began after Cotton introduced a bill that would ban federal funding to schools that incorporate the “1619 Project” into their curriculums.
According to Cotton, the bill would not affect federal funding allocated to low-income or special-needs students.