“1.9 trillion is $5,700 per person. Y’all get $1,400 and a president that doesn’t tweet mean things. Thanks, liberals,” Rep. Lauren Boebert tweeted from her personal account this morning. The narrative – that Democrats are pushing this inflated bill for the sake of the working man – crumbles.
It’s not as if, as a nation, we haven’t suffered enough that we must now be put through multiple rounds of elites pillaging any wealth we had left. It’s hard as a conservative Republican to agree with the idea that it’s a good thing for the government to hand us checks. It feels icky. But look around you.
American businesses shuttered permanently. Almost 10 million Americans are still out of a job, not because they are lazy. No. The government told them their lives weren’t as important as a sick person’s life.
“Shut your doors, or we’ll make you pay! It’s for your own good, you ungrateful wretches.” – State Governors.
For millions of Americans, feeding their family or realizing their dreams became illegal.
President Trump’s economic advisor, Stephen Moore, said in a newsletter, “Biden and company are set to borrow more money over the next 12 months than the U.S. government borrowed to finance the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, World War I, World War II, and the Cold War,” reported Fox.
The bill – which gives $350 billion to Democrat cities that allowed riots to devastate properties and business as well as $750 million to other countries for Covid relief and $100 million for Silicon Valley – will grow our “U.S. national debt to nearly $30 trillion,” reports Fox.
Oh, let us not forget the Democrats’ favorite special interest right now; increasing the minimum wage to $15. A move that economists are warning will shut small businesses in some sectors to the point of extinction.
It sounds like the Covid bill turned into the “quo” in quid pro quo. Democrats are throwing it in our faces that their bill lines the pockets of the loyalists that saw their party installed into office. Silicon Valley could sneeze the $100 million for their rail project. Why should the American people be saddled with the burden?
Do you think the $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill will do anything to help the average American?
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If you’re a skeptic, you’d probably answer – because the Democrats don’t want to pay their bribe money out of their own pockets. They want you to have to stomach knowing you are paying the bill for their corrupt lives. They get a sick pleasure from it. Again, only a skeptic would say that.
“If Republicans are ready to work with Democrats on constructive amendments that will improve the bill, we are ready to work,” Sen. Schumer slithers out of his mouth. The silver-tongued senator enjoys playing the part of the progressive champion who fights the good fight for the highest price.
The Democrats underestimated their own member’s ability to handle their corruption. Surprisingly Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema are saying they won’t pass this Porkulus due to the $15 minimum wage hike. This will give Democrats a tough road at passing it in the Senate.
The government chose one life over another, and the cost will be felt for generations. And, maybe, if President Trump were still in office, our economy would have enough support to get roaring again.
Unfortunately for the 10 million Americans out of work, President Biden is working overtime to cancel any jobs that weren’t already erased by the pandemic. He’s canceling the oil and gas industry, opening up our borders, increasing the minimum wage, and instructing Congress to shove whatever slush fund money they want into the Covid relief bill.
How about we issue a direct relief payment to individuals, tax breaks, and direct relief to small businesses… oh yeah, and … OPEN UP THE COUNTRY. An open country is a healthier country.
ARTICLE SOURCE: thefederalistpapers.org