This week, Joe Biden spoke before the American people during the State of the Union.

From his speech, he made it clear that he has created a new class of Americans: the forgotten people.  These are the people who lost their loved ones as a result of Joe Biden’s policies and he will do all he can to pretend they don’t exist.

Take Laken Riley, for example.  She was murdered by an illegal immigrant who should’ve been detained a long time ago when he was arrested in New York; however, they let him walk free, and Laken Riley lost her life as a result.

Her family is mourning, but President Biden hasn’t paid proper respect for them.  He brushed them off and ignored their pain.

Take Steve Nikoui, my guest to the State of the Union, for example.  He is the father of fallen Marine Lance Corporal Kareem Nikoui, who was one of the 13 U.S. servicemembers killed by Joe Biden’s deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Keep in mind: to this day, Joe Biden has never honored the heroes killed at the Abbey Gate.

When Steve heard the lies and coverups from Joe Biden, he felt convicted to call him out. They arrested him to silence him.

As the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Oversight and Accountability, I will continue to fight for these forgotten Americans and hold Joe Biden accountable for his coverups.

Check out this week’s Week in Review for more.