On Monday, Sen. Tom Cotton, R-AR., came on “The Ingraham Angle” to criticize President Trump’s hypocrisy. As Democrats fought to save a scaled-back version of Biden’s $3.5 trillion government-overhaul plan, Biden promised Friday in the Capitol to “get it done.”
According to Mitch McConnell, Democrats have spent $7 trillion on a party-line basis to execute their socialist program, and now they want them to lend them the money. Laura said that she’s not sure what they’re waiting for. For months, she has been quite clear about this. McConnell stated, “You have the votes.” Democrats have dubbed Mitch McConnell the Senate’s Grim Reaper for years. They shouldn’t be shocked if these dreadful beliefs are put to death by the Grim Reaper.
On partisan politics, one political party should never be allowed to change the fundamental structure of society or government, such as the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the division between state rights versus the federal government, or diminish local, state powers to govern as voters see fit in local matters, and so on.
Biden says the methods employed against Democratic Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema aren’t “proper,” but that it’s all part of the process. Activists approached them over the weekend as part of a battle to raise the debt ceiling and support a $3.5 trillion spending plan proposed by Democrats. Biden said that he doesn’t think they’re acceptable methods, but it happens to everyone.
In an interview with The Washington Post, he remarked, “The only individuals that it doesn’t happen to are the folks who have Secret Service hanging around them.” He described the occurrence as “nothing out of the usual,” saying, “It’s part of the process.” Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) said that he realized it wouldn’t satisfy everyone. Others in West Virginia will find it too much. “We’re working hard to get a solid plan that’s a balanced bill,” Manchin says of Senate Democrats’ efforts to approve a health-care measure.
Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia opposes the magnitude of the $3.5 trillion spending package championed by Democrats, which he wants to see reduced. After protests disrupted her class at Arizona State University and recorded her using the toilet, Rep. Kyrsten Sinema’s office issued a statement Monday.