President Joe Biden has allied with Democrats to do everything they can to force through a $1.9 trillion “relief” bill that has very little connection to real relief. Instead, the huge legislation is about political projects and payouts.
Stop calling it a "COVID Relief" plan. A better name would be "The Pelosi Payoff." pic.twitter.com/YLEwvbakJE
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) February 25, 2021
Now, after Dems took the side of teachers refusing to return to work, House Speaker Pelosi wants to give government workers a $1,400 check each week for 15 weeks so they can homeschool their kids. Parents who do not work for the government, are not so fortunate.
This is nothing more than a personal payout for bureaucrats. With millions of parents struggling to work from home with kids who are not in school, and millions more who have left or lost their jobs to look after their children, apparently parents in the bureaucracy require their own, personal bailout.
So the Biden Administration is issuing guidance to keep schools closed and then paying its own workforce to not work because of their guidance, and you get nothing. No school, no paid leave. Nothing. This is nuts. https://t.co/XSZNjO6q8U
— Rory Cooper (@rorycooper) February 25, 2021
" 'You will not sacrifice our lives, disrupt our communities, and endanger our students for what? Test scores? Or a few folks to get their free babysitters back? Keep the schools shut.'"https://t.co/Z4vr4ziX2k
— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) February 24, 2021
Q: "Is the teachers union's obligations to the workers… or is the teachers union's obligation also to students?"@PressSec: "I am not a spokesperson for the teachers union. I'm a spokesperson for the president of the United States." pic.twitter.com/wInMiOx3os
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 24, 2021
Teachers in Maryland have put on a car-based protest to help them in their desire to not return to work. President Joe Biden is refusing to challenge them.
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