Sen. Joni Ernst on the FDIC Misconduct Allegations: “I Am a Survivor… I Am So Angry About This”

Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), the first female combat veteran elected to the US Senate and author of DAUGHTER OF THE HEARTLAND: My Ode to the Country that Raised Me, joined guest host Todd Piro on the Guy Benson Show today to talk about her work to combat the rise of antisemitism as violent pro-Palestine protests share a stark contrast with peaceful pro-Israel protests. Senator Ernst also talked about her recent trip to the United States border and her calls to finally finish the wall on the southern border of the US. Listen to the full interview below.

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Senator Ernst had this to say about the reported misconduct within the FDIC:

“This has been going on for years where the FDIC has had numerous, numerous accounts of sexual harassment, sexual assault, binge drinking, parties, vomiting, of course, in this hotel located here in Washington, D.C., that the FDIC uses as their headquarters when they’re doing training… it literally sounds like a frat party… I am a survivor… I am so angry about this.”