Senate Democrats Approve $3.5 Trillion America Changing Reconciliation Package

Good job, 19 Republicans who voted for the $1.2 trillion “infrastructure” bill: that will be used to pass the insane $3.5 trillion America changing bill

Senate passes framework of $3.5T budget reconciliation package in party-line vote

Illegitimate President Joe BidenThe Senate voted early Wednesday to pass the framework of the hotly contested, $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package after a nearly 15-hour-long vote-a-rama in Washington, D.C., and if there was any camaraderie on the bipartisan infrastructure bill, it seemed to have taken a holiday after this vote.

The vote was procedural and the initial step in the budget reconciliation process that could eventually allow Democrats to pass the package without a single Republican vote. The vote on Wednesday was 50-49, and straight down party lines.

Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., said the resolution paves the way “for legislation that would redefine the very role of the federal government in the lives of average Americans, all under a 50-50 Senate, a razor-thin majority in the House, and a President who was elected on moderation.”

“After Democrats shamelessly used COVID as an excuse to pass a partisan $2 trillion liberal wish-list in March, Budget Chairman Bernie Sanders has brought the rest of his party along for another $3.5 trillion that seeks to increase dependency of the middle class on the federal government, re-engineer the economy to benefit liberal interest groups, and provide tax breaks to the ultra-wealthy in Democrat-run states,” Toomey said in a statement.

Well, you and the rest of the Senate Republicans should have worked to stop the 19 idiots from voting for the initial “infrastructure” deal.

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., praised the vote and said the budget will “bring a generational transformation on how our economy works for average Americans.”

“It’ll cut taxes for American families, it’ll lower costs for everyone,” the Senate majority leader said. “It’ll create good paying jobs while tackling climate change. And it will be paid for by making our tax code more progressive and more fair, asking corporations in the wealthy to pay their fair share.”

It’ll see corporations pass on those taxes to Americans. And cause lots and lots of companies to move their registration to other countries.

(Breitbart) The $3.5 trillion represents a top line budget number, which includes many items self-designated socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) facies, such as expanding medicare, global warming initiatives, and suburb displacement with low-income housing, subsidized housing, subsidized childcare, and subsidized racial equity and environmental justice.

There is, as you know, lots and lots of Progressive crazy in that bill, and they’ll add lots and lots more of Progressive (nice Fascism) crazy into it. It will, as Chuck says “bring a generational transformation”, not just of our economy, but how the federal government controls your life. And, I have to wonder, will the passage finally cause a split in the nation, where Red states say “enough, we’re no longer dealing with this”? That the U.S. is no longer the nation as deemed in the Constitution, hence, split it? Especially when they are going to take another shot at passing their For The People Act, a virtual takeover of all elections by the Federal government. Which they might try and slip into the $3.5 trillion, along with mass amnesty.

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14 Responses to “Senate Democrats Approve $3.5 Trillion America Changing Reconciliation Package”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    Chuck says “bring a generational transformation”, not just of our economy, but how the federal government controls your life.

    Pay no attention to the middle class and the poor because their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren will be paying for this insanity.

    Bwaha! Lolgf

    • Professor hale says:

      Sadly, there is no reason to believe anyone will be paying this back. When governments can create money out of thin air in perpetuity, there is no reason to tax anyone. The only role of taxes now is punishing anyone who is out of favor with the ruling class and ensuring tax lawyers and accountands are fed.

      • Kye says:

        I’ve been saying this for years, Professor. The only money that is actually printed is that which they use for consumer circulation. The rest is digital. The government is standing on fake money generated at a computer on demand and we don’t know on demand by whom.

        Soon, very soon, all actual cash will be removed from circulation like gold was and replaced with “credits”. That way you can’t “hide” income from taxes and they can penalize non-fascists for non compliance to their fascist dictates.

        They only collect taxes now off us working people. It’s the demofascist way!

        • drowningpuppies says:

          Current Annual inflation for the 12 months ending in June 2021 is 5.39%.
          The hidden tax on everyone.

          When this abomination passes hello hyperinflation, the first step toward an economic depression, then comes the destruction of the U.S. as we know it.

          #Hello Venezuela
          Bwaha! Lolgf

          • Professor hale says:

            If you believe that, you should be borrowing as much as you can and spending it on durable goods, like real estate… just like hedge funds and Bill Gates are.

            Then pay back your loans with hyperinflated dollars.

          • drowningpuppies says:

            Unfortunately I ain’t Bill Gates and I don’t take financial advice from someone who says now is the time to load up on debt.

            Bwaha! Lolgf

        • Hairy says:

          All trumpers seemed really happy when Trump passed his trillion dollar tax cut for the super wealthy
          I guess you were hoping that the user rich would trinkle down on you some of that money

          • Kye says:

            Still spoutin that commie crap about tax cuts for “the super wealthy”? The tax cuts were for everybody. The wealthy pay more taxes so they get larger cuts. Why is that so hard for you commies to grasp. Or do you think in our Republic we should pass tax cuts for everyone except people you don’t like? (Which is funny since most “super rich” are leftist demofascists).

  2. drowningpuppies says:

    The White House is calling on OPEC and its allies to increase oil production as gas prices rise.
    The Biden administration said OPEC+’s decision to gradually ease production cuts is “simply not enough” during a “critical moment in the global recovery.”

    No word on reversing Joey’s XO blocking the construction on the Keystone XL pipeline to allow more oil to flow to the U.S. and to add 11,000+ jobs to the economy.

    Bwaha! Lolgf

  3. Hairy says:

    All trumpers seemed really happy when Trump passed his trillion dollar tax cut for the super wealthy
    I guess you were hoping that the user rich would trinkle down on you some of that money

  4. Jl says:

    John-please show evidence the tax cuts were trillions for the super wealthy. And while you’re at it, what’s “super -wealthy”?
    Good luck!
    But our John, in all his economic wisdom, seems ok with higher inflation, which is in effect a tax mostly on the “super-poor”.

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