President Joe Biden has emphatically dismissed the notion of scaling back his almost $2 trillion social welfare program to ensure that its passage through the Senate.
“No,” Biden said to reporters this week during his second stand-alone White House media conference.
But he added he was “confident we can get big chunks, pieces of the BBB law enacted into law,” adamant he did not overpromise.
“I believe we can break the program up, get as much passed as we can right now, and come back and fight for the rest of it later,” he stated.
Democratic West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin thwarted Joe Biden’s spending proposal, a version of which was passed by the House, when he declined to support it just last month. Biden then switched to election and voting reforms, which were separately stopped by Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, who did not endorse changing the rules of the Senate so lawmakers can give the legislation to Joe Biden’s desk.
Biden opened his media conference with a 10-minute speech, which he called “a year of challenges but also a year of huge progress.” He especially spoke about the “frustration and fatigue” about the pandemic.
“Some people might call what is happening right now the new normal. I say it is a job not yet done,” he said. “It will get better. We are moving toward a time when COVID-19 will not disrupt our daily lives.”
This comes at a time when inflation is running rampant and Americans are suffering because of it. Just recently it was announced that inflation has increased at a record-breaking rate. Joe Biden and the Democrats have gone full money printer in an attempt to support their huge social agendas, regardless of what normal Americans think of these programs.
It’s also important to mention that one of those programs, covid-19 aid to American farmers, strictly forbid white farmers from receiving any of the aid. A shocking anti-white rule that was actually written into the law itself by mentioning all racial groups but white people. Even more shocking is conservative media’s fear of mentioning this.