President Biden showed his anger and frustration after Sen. Tommy Tuberville finally ended his holds and hundreds of military promotions sailed through the Senate.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has announced that the Rules Committee has acted on a bipartisan resolution that will allow 350 military promotions currently being blocked by Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) to be confirmed.
Although Republican Senators make noise in public about being unhappy with Senator Tommy Tuberville’s military holds that threaten U.S. national security at a time of global unrest and heightened security concerns, they aren’t willing to actually stop him by supporting a new proposal to speed up the confirmation process.
Senate Democrats have prepared a resolution that would allow them to get around Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-AL) blockade of military promotions.
The Senate overcame a blockade of military promotions by Sen. Tommy Tuberville to unanimously confirm a new Army Chief of Staff.
The official thinking is that moving Space Command from Colorado to Alabama would be disruptive for military preparedness, but there seems to be a message from Biden to Sen. Tommy Tuberville in the decision.
Military spouses hand-delivered a petition to Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) demanding that he end his blockade of military promotions.
In a recent exchange at the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) boldly called out Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) for his months-long hold on military promotions, emphasizing the detrimental impact it has on our Marines and their families.
Tommy Tuberville first became famous while coaching college football’s Auburn Tigers. The coach won an SEC championship in 2004 before coaching Texas Tech and the Cincinnati Bearcats. Now a politician, Tuberville turned his coaching good will into an Alabama senate seat in November and has already been heavily connected to Donald Trump made to Tuberville…