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ICYMI: Rubio Joins Hannity

Mar 8, 2024 | Press Releases

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) joined Hannity to react to the State of the Union address. See below for highlights and watch the full interview on YouTube and Rumble.

On President Biden’s performance during the State of the Union address:

“The whole thing was weird. I was actually concerned for him. It was really strange. Here’s the number one problem: going into tonight, there were people in his own party that were really worried about him. Does he have the energy? Is he too old? Does he have the mental and physical stamina? So I think they told him he had to go in there and show energy, and to him, that meant, ‘Let me scream like the guy that screams at you to get off his lawn.’ 

“Then there were parts of it that, frankly, were insulting. He’s out there lecturing Americans. Basically, here’s the message: ‘The economy is doing much better than you think it’s doing. I don’t care how much things cost you. I don’t care how much you’re suffering or how much you’re worried about the future. We have the best economy in the world.’ That is not the experience people are having today.” 

On Biden’s proposal to build a port in Gaza:

“Then he went on to do things that were really bizarre. This whole thing about building a port in Gaza is just flat-out strange. The idea that you’re going to somehow build a port and not have American servicemen in the line of fire, with the Houthis firing rockets over your head, with Hamas just off the coast, all this going on, is absurd. You’re putting people in danger. 

“Then he talks about a two-state solution. Let me tell you what he means by a two-state solution. It’s not Israel and Palestine. The two-state solution that I think he’s trying to arrive at with all these crazy ideas is Michigan and Minnesota. Those are the two states that he’s most worried about, because he’s afraid he’s going to lose them. 

“Tonight, he almost didn’t make it. I’m sure one of the reasons why he was late is he had these radical Hamas supporters, many of them key voters in the base of his party, that were blocking them from leaving the White House. They had to deal with those crazies. The images have been on television all afternoon. Just wait till the convention, when those crazies get there.” 

On President Biden’s objective for the State of the Union speech:

“The whole thing was just bizarre. It was hyperpartisan, no doubt about it. I’ve never seen a State of the Union…where a sitting president mentioned his predecessor and future opponent so many different times and misled people with it. I think the only thing he achieved tonight is that there’s a bunch of Democrats breathing a sigh of relief that he’s not Weekend at Bernie’s, that he’s alive, and that he was able to get through his speech, and that apparently he’s still able to scream. I’m sure they’re very happy about it. They’re relieved, I would say….

“It was a proof of life speech. That’s what it was. He said: ‘I’m alive, and I’m able to give a speech that I can read off a teleprompter. I’m able to whisper, but mostly scream, and I’m able to say things that are really mean about the Republican Party and the Supreme Court. I can make claims that they’re going to get rid of Social Security’…. 

“I imagine that if you’re watching other networks, some of these commentators, who are a bunch of buffoons, are out there saying, ‘Whoa!’ They’re just reading the talking points that are being sent to them…. It’s completely out of touch with reality. But I imagine partisans are very happy, because he looked like he could scream tough things, and maybe that was enough for them for tonight.”