Despite the Biden administration's recent decision, U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) said she's confident U.S. Space Command headquarters will ultimately find its permanent home in Alabama instead of Colorado.

"The fight is not over. It will end up in Huntsville, Alabama," Britt said recently on "Morning News with JT."

With U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Saks) leading the effort as chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Britt said she and the rest of Alabama's congressional delegation are willing to do what it takes to overturn Biden's plans.

Relevant portion of the interview begins around the 9:58 mark.

"He'll [Rogers] have the ability to have the oversight that he needs. We will use every tool in our toolbox for every single member of this delegation to get the answers that we deserve," Britt said. "Alabama won this fair and square."

"Colorado finished fifth, Alabama finished first," she continued. "… We've got to make sure that it is in its rightful home, which is in Alabama. If you look into what General [James] Dickinson has done, you'll see that he is not only from Corloado, he has two degrees from Colorado and disgustingly just bought a house and a 20-acre farm with 4,000-square-foot dream house in there Colorado right before he recommended that Space Command should stay a few miles down from his new property. That is politics at its worst, and we're going to fight back and make sure that it's in its rightful home in Huntsville, Alabama."

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