1.9 trilion for coronavirus relief? And no one believed it.
And though many have seen through the bill, and offered alternative solutions – Democrats are not backing down from their plan.
Republican Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona made a proposal – a $10.000 to all American citizens who experienced financial damage during the COVID 19 crisis, especially those who were directly damaged by the shutdowns mandated directly from the government.
But obviously, as we’ve already spoken in many articles before, the sole purpose of this bill is to PASS -that’s exactly how it’s made. Since the House of Representatives is in majority and controlled by the Democrats.
If the government was at fault for the economical damage – the government should be the one to step in and fix the mess.
However, this wasn’t what the Democrats have planned and hoped for. Heck, they hijacked the whole COVID 19 crisis to sneak in the White House, driving a van full of lies, using the vaccines as a last-minute entering ticket…
And of course they would implement some of their own interests covered inside the COVID-19 relief plan…
The Republicans have done similar things, and now they’re trying to get back. But there is one BIG difference – at the moment, we’re in the middle of the most horrifying thing – a virus, a natural disaster that stands against the whole world, crushing human lives and economies. And now, it is not the time to benefit from the misery of humanity. And the misery of the Americans.
“Democrats changed the funding formula to ensure most of the dollars go to blue states that imposed strict economic lockdowns,” the editorial board of The Wall Street Journal reported. Apparently, Republican Representative Byron Donalds of Florida made a statement for the journal, calling the bill “trash”, furthermore analyzing that “Only 9 percent of this bill actually goes towards COVID-19.”
Once again, Democrats showed they don’t really care about everyday Americans and that their radical agenda might sound good in theory but is useless and impractical.
The congressman was disgusted that Congress was not making sure “that the checks are going to people who actually have lost their job and are not back to work.”
ARTICLE SOURCE : americanconservatives.today