When asked directly about his so-called moderate positions, he admitted to being a fake moderate.
These tax hikes mean fewer jobs created in the U.S., shrinking paychecks, and even higher costs for every day goods. Why do Senate Democrats support job-killing tax hikes that put U.S. families and job creators at a disadvantage?
Nearly 70% of Americans think that President Biden and his administration handled the Afghanistan withdrawal badly, but apparently, that number doesn’t include the Democrat candidates for U.S. Senate in North Carolina.
Last week, Hassan ran away from questions in the Senate hallways regarding her position on the bill. Yesterday, when asked if she agreed with Sen. Manchin about hitting pause on efforts to pass such sweeping legislation, Hassan provided this classic non-answer...
It even lets partisan regulators circumvent the bipartisan FEC and intimidate private citizens who engage in political speech.
Hundreds of Americans and thousands of Afghan allies are still stranded in Afghanistan because of Biden’s botched withdrawal – and Senate Democrats’ number one priority is not hurting Joe Biden politically.
"Val Demings is blindly following the lead of Nancy Pelosi, AOC and the Squad. The optics aren’t looking good for Demings, who is all in on the socialist tax and spending spree."
“If Mark Kelly has issues with Bernie’s socialist spending spree, he should speak up. Until then, it is safe to assume that Kelly 100% supports tax hikes on Arizona families and job creators...”
The clock is ticking to write and vote on the $3.5 trillion ($5 trillion in actuality) liberal tax and spending spree. With each passing day, however, Democrat infighting worsens. Progressives and “moderates” are in open combat in the House, as committee markups highlight the large policy fractions within the party.
Biden proposals on social engineering, climate, voting, and $3 trillion in new taxes along with his abysmal leadership on Afghanistan and education will likely cost his party the House in 2022.