We’re not allowed to mention a certain virus that was brought to us by communism, lest we get penalized for some reason on some social media networks. Suffice it to say, in a dissident kind of way, you know what we’re talking about.
House Democrats submitted a spending bill for [THE VIRUS THAT SHALL NOT BE NAMED], that President Donald Trump said he’s not going to support.
The proposed emergency funding bill by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi released on Wednesday night is a disaster.
Reporters asked the president if he supported the bill, and he replied, “No, because there are things that are in there that have nothing to do with what we are talking about.”
You just knew they would do this. They politicized the spending bill for [THE VIRUS THAT SHALL NOT BE NAMED]! I can’t believe they did it, but here we are. Do they think the American people aren’t paying attention?
House Democrats rushed through the writing of the bill so that they could get it out before the end of the day, which for them ended up being 11 p.m., and it was 124 pages long.
It boggles the mind that their bill didn’t address key issues that President Trump asked them for in front of the nation during a speech from the Oval Office, including a payroll tax cut to help workers make ends meet during this trying time.
The president indicated that the Democrats were using the [THE VIRUS THAT SHALL NOT BE NAMED] crisis to push through partisan proposals for goodies they want. They’re leveraging [THE VIRUS THAT SHALL NOT BE NAMED] funding for pork spending and it’s disgusting!
“It’s not a way for them to get some of the goodies that they haven’t been able to get for the past 25 years,” Trump said.
Speaker Pelosi said Thursday during a press conference that it was imperative to get a bill passed as soon as possible to help American families suffering the economic disruption
But negotiations continue, as Pelosi said that she was continuing to speak to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
She noted that the White House requests for changes to the bill were “all very reasonable.”
Trump said he would remain at the White House as the fight against the spread of [THE VIRUS THAT SHALL NOT BE NAMED] continued.