Some of the most terrible fake Republicans (RINOs) in the U.S. Senate are now shilling for the Biden White House’s terrible trillion-dollar “infrastructure” bill that is really a trillion-dollar giveaway for liberal special interests.
Last month, 18 senators, which included Republican Senators Mitch McConnell (KY), Thom Tillis (NC), Lindsey Graham (SC), Chuck Grassley (IA), Lisa Murkowski (AK), Kevin Cramer (ND), and Mitt Romney (UT), betrayed their constituents by accepting the bill before its text could even be revealed. This has triggered a lot of justifiable backlash from conservatives who were sold yet again.
This has led to the RINO caucus in the U.S. Senate to double down on their hatred for conservatives and join Dems in a publicity campaign on behalf of this bill.
One of these traitors is Republican Senator Bill Cassidy (LA), released a Twitter comment arguing for the huge spending increase:
“This is something that brings this nation together,” said traitorous RINO Senator Rob Portman (OH), a top negotiator in preparing the law. “We have to have the investment, let’s be honest.”
“Look at these players,” said the insider-trading maven, Republican Senator Richard Burr (RINO-NC). “These are not on the fringes of our parties.”
Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is very happy that a large group of Republicans are helping his party’s bidding.
“The Senate has not come together around such a program in decades,” Schumer said, gloating that the senate is “on the verge” of passing the measure after “an overwhelming vote” over the weekend. It is now a simple formality that the legislation gets accepted in the Senate and is sent to the lower chamber.
Some GOP members are sounding the alarm against this bipartisan deal to more completely bankrupt America. Republicans Senators Rick Scott (FL), Mike Lee (UT), Ron Johnson (WI), Ted Cruz (TX), Josh Hawley (MO), Marsha Blackburn (TN), and Mike Braun (IN) put out a comment in opposition of the legislation.
“Congress cannot keep spending trillions we do not have. The infrastructure program announced today continues the ongoing trend of crazy deficit spending. Let’s not forget, this is only the first step in the Democrats’ desire to enact their $5.5 trillion taxation and liberal wish list plan,” the lawmakers said.
Author: Scott Dowdy