Florida Republican Congressman Byron Donalds returns to Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to weigh in on President Biden’s fiery voting rights speech in Georgia.

During his remarks in Atlanta, the President called out what he claims is voter suppression occurring in red states such as Georgia. Biden also asked every elected official in the U.S. if they want to be on the side of George Wallace or Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Rep. Donalds says the Commander In Chief’s comments were infuriating, especially considering his past association with people such as Wallace.

“You have a guy who spent his entire life here in the federal government. Frankly, a guy who when he was young in the Senate was getting praised by George Wallace. Then he’s got the unmitigated gall to go to Morehouse College in Atlanta and talk about how if you don’t side with him, then you’re on the side of George Wallace. This guy’s got no shame. He will say anything, do anything. He’s not very bright, obviously looking at his job performance so far. He is the old school politician that nobody likes.”

The Florida Representative and Jimmy also discuss the President’s plummeting approval rating and the White House’s messaging issues.

Later, Montana Republican Senator Steve Daines joins the show to react to the Supreme Court’s ruling on the enforcement of Biden’s federal vaccines mandates. To hear what else Rep. Donalds and Senator Daines had to say, listen to the podcast!