On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) explained why she so “fired up” about the way Vice President Harris portrayed rural voters in America when it comes to voting rights in America.

“I just don’t know how to even respond to the asinine statement that Vice President Harris made about rural folks, how we just don’t know how to find ourselves at Kinko’s or Xerox. Now, I don’t know about you, but I haven’t seen a Kinko’s in quite some time. And I did grow up on a small cattle ranch and I do live in a rural district. And yet I think pretty much every every person I know, whether it’s a cell phone or I don’t know, them fancy vehicles that we have or I don’t know the Internet that we have, we might be able to just figure it out. But she seems to think that by calling every person in rural America an idiot, that she’s somehow making the case that voter ID shouldn’t be implemented because as country folks, man, we sure just don’t know how to figure out them phones.”

“It is absolutely asinine that the Democrat Party is subscribing to this notion that people in rural America, or people of color for that matter, aren’t intelligent enough or don’t have the means to get a photo ID. Give me a break. I want to see the outrage from those on the left or those in in black neighborhoods rising up and saying, are you kidding me? How much longer do we have to be oppressed? How much longer do we have to be held down by the Democratic Party before people are going to wake up and say, this is nonsense. We are all Americans at the end of the day and we are all equally capable of producing a photo ID to engage in the most fundamental right that we have as Americans. And as you can probably tell, I get fired up about this because it’s just asinine. I can’t believe that the Vice President of the United States has the gall to call people in rural America and elsewhere idiots because we just simply don’t have the means to find a way to photocopy an ID.”