SORRY, AOC: Republican Madison Cawthorn’s Win Means He Will Be The Youngest Member Of Congress

Written by K. Walker on November 4, 2020

Move over, AOC! It looks like the GOP isn’t the party of “old white men” after all!

Look, I know. We’re all stunned that the Presidential election isn’t going the way that we wanted to or even expected.

The President that deserved reelection for doing precisely what he said that he was going to do isn’t winning in the blowout against a withering husk of a corrupt, career politician who hasn’t accomplished any real change in his 47 years in office and is now being used as a puppet of the far-left.

But let’s all take a deep breath, calm down, and take a look at some of the bright spots.

Republicans cut into the Democrat stronghold on the House of Representatives and –so far — seems to have held the Senate. That’s great news!

Pollsters were wrong, and the Media (D) gushing about a “Blue Wave” landslide victory for Biden didn’t materialize. CNN with egg on their face the morning after the election, well, that’s great news!

Hilariously, leftists and Project Lincoln-style NeverTrump grifters determined to burn the GOP to the ground spent tens of millions of dollars in North Carolina and Kentucky to try to defeat Senators Lindsey “Grahambo” and “Cocaine” Mitch McConnell wasted their money. That’s also great news!

There are silver linings if you can see them.

But let’s take a look at one Congressman-elect in North Carolina — Madison Cawthorn.

Last night, Cawthorn defeated incumbent U.S. Rep. Moe Davis to win the seat in North Carolina’s 11th district.

He’s now going to be the youngest Member of Congress since the 1700s and taking that distinction from “democratic socialist” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York’s 14th District.

Cawthorn was on Fox and Friends this morning speaking with Ainsley Earhardt and said it’s time for a new Republican Party.

“I believe it’s time for a new Republican Party to rise,” Cawthorn told co-host Ainsley Earhardt. “I don’t think we just need to have a bigger tent, I genuinely believe we need to have a bolder tent. I think that for too long the Republicans have acted with timidity on issues where we should be leading.”

He said that he wants to lead on healthcare and healing the political divide that has gripped the country.

Cawthorn was mentored by Mark Meadows who vacated the seat in North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District back in March to become President Trump’s Chief of Staff. Meadows was also Cawthorn’s debate coach and the young man said that the former Congressman “shaped a lot of my values.”

Cawthorn said he was surrounded by family, friends, and volunteers Tuesday night when he found out he won.

“First thing we did was bow our heads, give all the glory to the Lord and then we just started celebrating,” he said. “What a whirlwind. What a ride. What an honor.”

Source: Fox News

Watch:

 

At one point during his inspiring RNC speech, the young man who was left partially paralyzed in a car accident when he was 18, stood up for this country that he clearly loves.

Some people aren’t taking his election win so well.

Cawthorn has an answer to those people…

Related:

Check out ClashRadio for more wit and wisdom from ClashDaily’s Big Dawg. While you’re at it, here’s his latest book:

If Masculinity Is ‘Toxic’, Call Jesus Radioactive

Much of the Left loathes masculinity and they love to paint Jesus as a non-offensive bearded woman who endorses their agenda. This book blows that nonsense all to hell. From the stonking laptop of bestselling author, Doug Giles, comes a new book that focuses on Jesus’ overt masculine traits like no other books have heretofore. It’s informative, bold, hilarious, and scary. Giles has concluded, after many years of scouring the scripture that, If Masculinity Is ‘Toxic’, Call Jesus Radioactive.

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll