WATCH As Democrats Pass Stimulus Bill That Is Less Than President Trump Wanted To Pass PLUS They Put THIS In This Bill… SICKENING

Democrat senators celebrated the upper chamber’s passage of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure on Saturday, framing it as “just the start of what Congress can do” moving forward.

You mean backwards.


This bill will destroy America but money is no object apparently to the scumbag dems.

The Senate passed the controversial $1.9 coronavirus relief bill on party lines Saturday, 50-49. Republican Rep. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) was not present for the vote, traveling home for a family emergency, Breitbart reports.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) celebrated the measure’s passage as “historic,” labeling it a “powerful” bill that will “make a real difference.”

This has nothing to do with “COVID relief” or even helping American citizens and small businesses affected by the global pandemic.


Essentially 9% of the 1.9 TRLLION dollars will have anything to do with COVID-19 and the rest is horrifically being dished out to democrat’s wish list and payoff list.

As Fox News explains:

“This isn’t about COVID relief. It’s about using a health crisis as an excuse to ram through a left wing wishlist,” Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., wrote on Twitter, along with a list of funds in the bill he deems unnecessary for coronavirus relief.

  • $350 billion for state and local governments Despite GOP objections, $350 billion was included for state and local governments to make up for lost tax revenue during the pandemic. But reports show that state and local governments fared much better than expected in 2020.  Many states, including California, Virginia, Arizona, Colorado and others, ended up collecting more in 2020 than they did the previous year.
  • Over $128 billion for schools As Toomey points out, schools will receive $128,554,800,000 in federal aid but only 5 percent of that money will be spent in fiscal year 2021.
  • $570 million in 15 weeks paid leave for federal employees Federal employees would be eligible for up to $280 per day, up to $21,000. This would cover sick time, emergencies or payment when an employee is exposed to Covid-19 and must quarantine.
  • Significant expansion of the Affordable Care Act Toomey says the bill includes $45 billion for Obamacare, which is the estimated deficit impact of the expansion included in the Covid relief bill.
  • Enhanced unemployment benefits Toomey wrote that the bill includes $200 billion for enhanced unemployment benefits, though that number has not been confirmed. The Senate bill includes $300 per week in enhanced unemployment, and aid that would extend through Sept. 6 — a bit longer than the Aug. 29 expiration in the House-passed bill. The first $10,200 of the jobless benefits would also be tax-free to households with incomes under $150,000.
  • $4 billion for agriculture The bill directs $4 billion to the secretary of agriculture to purchase foods or commodities and to make grants and loans, including over $1 billion for “socially disadvantaged,” or likely minority, farmers. The money for socially disadvantaged farmers would be used to improve land access and to provide outreach and training, and includes loan assistance to pay off up to 120% of the debt.
  • $50 million in environmental justice grants $100 million would be made available “to address health outcome disparities from pollution and the COVID–19 pandemic,” and half of that would be used to “identify and address disproportionate environmental or public health harms and risks in minority populations or low-income populations.
  • $91 million in “outreach to student loan borrowers
  • $270 million for the National Endowments of the Arts and Humanities 
  • $200 million for the Institute of Museum and Library Services
  • $10 million for the “preservation and maintenance of Native American languages” 
  • Stimulus checks: The plan calls for sending a one-time $1,400 direct payment to eligible Americans. The money would be in addition to the $600 check sent out this month, bringing the total payment amount to $2,000.
  • Help for the hungry: The plan would extend the 15% increase in food stamp benefits, set to expire in June, through September. In addition, it would invest $3 billion to help women, infants and children get food and give U.S. territories $1 billion in nutrition assistance.
  • Vaccine distribution: The plan would invest $20 billion in a national vaccination program, including launching community vaccination centers around the country and deploying mobile vaccination units to hard-to-reach areas. Biden would also increase federal support to vaccinate Medicaid enrollees.

So democratic blue states will be rewarded as well as democrat programs, all the while leaving American citizens to suffer not only financially, emotionally but physically as well.

Make no mistake, this is not about helping the U.S. with the global pandemic nor will it provide desperately needed funds for families and small businesses.

Breitbart continued to explain why republicans have opposed the package:

Republican lawmakers in both chambers have continued to warn against the bill, contending the vast majority of the measure is devoted to issues unrelated to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

“I want to put up a chart so you can get a good idea of how little the Democrat bill is actually going to fight the virus. Here’s what 91 percent of the bill, trillions of hardworking taxpayers’ money is funding,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) told reporters last week:

Nancy Pelosi’s subway, which was increased by another $40 million, but kids are marking the one-year anniversary of not being in school, for a subway just outside her district. That money won’t be held up. Blue state bailouts so they can keep their economy shut down, changing the funding mechanism to reward states that were shut down, Planned Parenthood, universities with massive endowments, Harvard, Harvard with billions of dollars in endowment will get money in this. But to help the children for depression and anxiety, there’s an opportunity to do that. This isn’t a relief bill. It takes care of Democrats’ political allies while it fails to deliver for American families. That is why I’ll be voting no on the Pelosi payoff bill.

Less than nine percent of the House-passed bill, he said, will go toward public health.


Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) described the legislation as “the most significant piece of legislation to benefit working families in the modern history of this country.”

“This package, among many other things, increases direct payments by $1400, extends unemployment benefits, reduces child poverty by half, ensures we are vaccinating as many people as possible, and puts us on a path to safely reopen schools,” he remarked:

This is nothing more than another Pelosi power grab which is orchestrated by the democrats.  They use words to make it seem amazing for our nation when in fact, it is not going to COVID-19 and the new strains that seem to be popping up all over our nation.


How in the hell are we gong to pay for this insane ‘plan’?

Get ready to shell out a hell of a lot more money to the IRS.

Freaking IDIOTS!

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