On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) discussed why it took Joe Biden to condemn the violence that is happening across the country during protests, including incidents of people being harassed and attacked by protestors during dinners.
"They're upside down on the number one issue that people have this year, which is safety and security for them, their family, their community and law and order. Everybody is subject to the rule of law and people are looking at these videos of some of Antifa going to these restaurants that are serving outside and flipping tables and taking people's food and drink and then breaking the dishes, and they are horrified that this is taking place and they're horrified that it took Joe Biden six weeks to say, 'I'm for law and order, I condemn violence.' You're still not hearing that condemnation from many on the Democratic side. And these cities are run by Democrat mayors and people have had it with this."