Last night the unimaginable happened. 13 Republican lawmakers jumped on board to help Nancy Pelosi and fellow Socialist-Democrats pass what is arguably the dangerous spending bill of all time. The vote passed in the majority Democrat House: 228-206.
Here’s the list of the 13 House Republicans who helped the new Socialist-Democrat Party to pass the bill:
Reps. John Katko (R-NY)
Don Bacon (R-NE)
Jeff Van Drew (D-NJ)
Fred Upton (R-MI)
Adam Kinzinger (R-IL)
Don Young (R-AK)
Tom Reed (R-NY)
Chris Smith (R-NJ)
Andrew Garbarino (R-NY)
Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY)
Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA)
Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH)
Rep. David McKinley (R-WV)
Only days ago, a new poll showed most Americans were against the massive spending bill:
The survey found that 32% of Americans think that the spending bills would hurt people like them if they became law, while 25% said they believe the bills would help them. Almost two-thirds (64%) of Republicans think the bills would hurt people like them, and 29% of independents feel the same. Despite being the major framework of Biden’s presidency, fewer than half of Democrats (47%) believe the two bills would help them.
Here’s a quick fact sheet to break down the TRUTH about the phony “Infrastructure” bill:
The House voted on the infrastructure bill after progressives struck an accord with moderates and Biden, in which both sides of the Democrat Party wanted assurance that they would vote for the other infrastructure bill.
RINO lawmakers pledged to vote for the Build Back Better Act once they receive a Congressional Budget Office (CBO score,” no later than the week of November 15.”
Here is their statement:
Breitbart News reports – The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) found that the bill would add $256 billion to the deficit, and the Penn-Wharton Budget Model said the bill would add no “significant” level of economic growth.
The bipartisan infrastructure would also advance leftist priorities by:
Defines “gender identity” as a protected class.
Doles out “digital equity” grants partly based on racial or ethnic minority status.
State–mandated carbon reduction program
Contains funding for “zero-emission vehicles”
Addresses “over-the-road bus tolling equity”
Contains the word “equity” 64 times
Provides roughly $2.5 billion to help the U.S. government expand the border processing stations used by migrants from poor Central American nations and other regions around the world.
Notably, the so-called bipartisan infrastructure bill does not contain any sizable conservative victories.
The legislation calls for a study to review the potential impact of revoking the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline, even though it does not restore the job-creating project. The bill also has billions of dollars for border crossers and zero dollars for a border wall.
This article originally appeared on 100 Percent FED Up and was republished with permission.
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