Senator Katie Britt (R-AL), author of the new book “God Calls Us to Do Hard Things: Lessons from the Alabama Wiregrass“, spoke to Brian Kilmeade about her trip to Israel and how it affected her seeing the videos of the Hamas massacre. On former President Obama saying “nobody’s hands are clean” in the Israel-Hamas war, Britt says it was Hamas that chose to take out innocent civilians throughout Israel. Britt added, there is no moral equivalency for what they’ve done and the fact the former president would say this goes back to his appeasement strategy, looking for moderates, including moderates in the Iranian regime.
Senator Britt also discussed her new book “God Calls Us to Do Hard Things: Lessons from the Alabama Wiregrass“. Britt says the book is about the need to re-instill the value in Americans that you need to work hard to achieve, not where you keep your handout and expect the government to give you more.