GREED: Democrats Prep for Party-Line Vote on $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Bill

From the story: House Democrats aren’t expecting to get a single GOP vote for their aid package, which they’re taking up with the procedural maneuver known as reconciliation in order to win Senate passage without the threat of a filibuster. The House Budget Committee will meet Monday afternoon to tee up the legislation for floor passage on Friday or Saturday, with Senate action as soon as the following week (Politico). So why are Republicans refusing to vote for this thing? From the Wall Street Journal: The Biden White House is pointing to polls showing that its $1.9 trillion spending bill is popular, and the press corps is cheering. Yet we wonder how much public support there’d be if Americans understood that most of the blowout is a list of longtime Democratic spending priorities flying under the false flag of Covid-19 relief (WSJ).

The House version of the coronavirus stimulus bill contains more than $100 million for an underground rail project in Silicon Valley for which planning started in 2014 but hasn’t yet broken ground.

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Author: Pamela Geller


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