Like most Americans, Donald Trump can’t believe that Republican lawmakers are even considering negotiations with radical left Democrats over multi-trillion-dollar spending packages, most of which is allocated for social welfare programs and climate change initiatives. In other words, garbage.
On Sunday, Former President Donald Trump reiterated his warning that the Democrat spending plan, “if approved at any level, will push our country toward socialism.”
On Saturday, Joe Biden escaped Washington D.C. for his basement in Delaware right when Democrats needed him most. He told reporters outside the White House he would “work like hell” to pass the radical spending bill that will likely result in massive inflation and unfathomable debt.
President Joe Biden said he was going to ‘work like hell’ to get an infrastructure bill and a multi-trillion-dollar social-spending bill through Congress and that he plans to travel more to garner support https://t.co/9iQYHQHlU7 pic.twitter.com/weFHhXq0xP
— Reuters (@Reuters) October 2, 2021
The moderate wing of the Democrat Party strained to rescue a scaled-back version of his $3.5 trillion government-overhaul plan and salvage a related public works bill after frantic negotiations failed to produce a deal.
“I hope that the Republicans won’t be so irresponsible as to refuse to raise the debt limit and to filibuster the debt limit. That would be totally unconscionable. Never been done before. And so I hope that won’t happen.”
Trump’s statement also came as Republican strategist Chris Christie noted the Biden that defeated progressive challengers in the 2020 Democrat presidential primary has now decided to join them.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is still sitting on a vote for the bipartisan $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill that passed the Senate with 10 Republican votes along with all Democrats and two Senate independents. Biden had called for infrastructure to come to his desk along with the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package written by Senate Budget Committee Chairman and vocal Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Progressives have threatened to vote against infrastructure if Democrats do not capitulate to their demands to the massive social benefits package, which still has not been voted on in the 50-50 split Senate.
It’s imperative that Republican lawmakers told bold stands against Biden’s attack to our economy and the fabric of the country. The American people largely do not support a spending bill that increases national debt to the point of no return and increases prices of common goods and services due to inflation.