Because so much attention is given to Joe Biden and his incompetence in the Oval Office, it is easy to forget that Democrats control both the upper and lower chambers of Congress.
Since it has been proven that a Democrat-led government is bad for the nation (and world), you can expect the GOP to take back either the House and/or Senate during next November’s midterm elections.
Until then, we’re stuck with this type of nonsensical spending.
WASHINGTON, Aug 24 (Reuters) – The Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives voted on Tuesday to advance key parts of President Joe Biden’s agenda, after moderates and progressives reached a compromise allowing them to move forward on the multitrillion-dollar plans.
In a party-line 220-212 vote, it approved a $3.5 trillion budget framework to advance progressives’ ambitious plans to expand child care and other social programs, and agreed to vote by Sept. 27 on a $1 trillion Senate-passed infrastructure bill that is a top priority for moderate Democrats.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also said her chamber would work with the Senate to nail down the details of the larger $3.5 trillion budget.
Biden’s fellow Democrats have little room for error as they try to approve the two massive spending initiatives in the House and Senate, where the party holds razor-thin majorities.
— Reuters (@Reuters) August 24, 2021