House Democrats have released a $1.9 TRILLION spending bill they are calling “COVID Relief.” We’ve seen this movie before. Democrats name a massive spending bill something they claim most Americans support. Then they load it up with lots of stuff most Americans don’t. SPOILER: This “relief” bill isn’t $1.9T of $1,400 stimulus checks. As Dan Crenshaw points out, most of it goes to Democrat special interest groups. Also, a lot of the money for immediate COVID “relief” is money that doesn’t get ...Show
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