The Entire Tennessee Congressional Delegation Is Urging Biden To Swiftly Approve Governor Lee’s Request For A Major Disaster Declaration Following The Deadly December 10 And 11 Storms.Read more
Congressman Scott DesJarlais From Tennessee Voted In Support Of The National Defense Authorization Act For Fiscal Year 2022. DesJarlais Secured Over $175 Million For Tennessee Based Projects.Read more
Tennessee Democrats Are Submitting A Congressional Redistricting Map That Keeps Davidson County Whole And Puts Communities Of Interest Together, But At Least One State Senator Is Pouring Cold Water On The Plan.Read more
Congressman Scott DesJarlais Authored A Letter Biden, Putting The Administration On Notice That Some TVA Employees Are Expressing Their Intent To Resign Or Retire Over The September 9, 2021, Executive Order Mandating All Federal Employees Be Vaccinated.Read more
New Legislation Aims To Overturn Biden’s Recent HHS Policy That Restricts Hospitals And Other Health Facilities From Ordering Monoclonal Antibody Treatments To Treat Covid-19 Symptoms Directly From Manufacturers To Meet Local Demand.Read more
In this interview, we talk about how the federal government has rationed Monoclonal Antibody treatments in Red States and “Red Flag” votes in the National Defense Authorization Act and how that plays out in the conference committee.
We also discuss the border crisis as it relates to national security and the state of Tennessee and the steady erosion of State Sovereignty.
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Biden’s U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services (HHS) Said It Is Imposing New Limits On States’ Ability To Access To COVID-19 Antibody Treatments Amid Rising Demand. This Has Resulted In Reduced Shipments And Delays Getting These Drugs To Providers In A Number Of States, Including Tennessee.Read more
On Saturday, September 18th, The Van Buren County Republican Party Will Host Their 2021 Deplorables Dinner Featuring Speakers Congressman Scott DesJarlais, Congressman John Rose, House Speaker Cameron Sexton And Senator Janice Bowling.Read more
Congressman Scott DesJarlais (R-TN-04) Voted No On The House Agriculture Committee’s Passage Of S. Con. Res. 14, The Budget Reconciliation Bill For Fiscal Year 2022.Read more
During The House Armed Services Committee Meeting On September 1st, Congressman Scott DesJarlais (R-TN-04) Withdrew His ‘No First Use’ Amendment (Log 844) From The National Defense Authorization Act Due To A Conflict With The Majority In The House Foreign Affairs Committee Preventing It From Receiving An Up Or Down Vote From The House Armed Services Committee.Read more