There is some confusion surrounding the 900 billion dollar proposed 2nd COVID19 stimulus Bill.
This Bill does not include the 85 million to Cambodia, 135 million to Nepal, 1.3 billion to Egypt, 700 million to Sudan, or the 1 billion to the Smithsonian.
These are all actually included in the 1.4 trillion dollar 2021 Fiscal Omnibus Spending Bill.
The confusion has entered because Congress wanted to pull a fast one, and presented both together.
No matter which bill this pork (Blackmail, Bribes, and Pay-Offs) is ear-marked in, that it is ear-marked in spending bills that are supposed to benefit America, should be a crime.
This isn’t a Democrat problem or a Republican problem; this is a Democrat problem, a Republican problem, and an Independent problem.
We’re not even into 2021 yet, and we’re already mortgaging 2.3 trillion dollars against next year’s tax receipts?
This is our money.
These people are playing with your money and gambling on your children’s and grandchildren’s futures.
The introduction, presence, and profiteering of COVID19 have produced the most debt ever incurred under 1 President in one term of office.
Trump can still wind up incurring more debt; in 1 term, than Obama did, in 2 terms.
America is long overdue for a Homeland War.
I won’t call it a Civil War.
That Americans are expected to finance foreign countries (and their special interests) to the tune of hundreds of billions to trillions of dollars, each and every year, is treason.
The Declaration of Independence reminds us of our right and duty to alter, throw off, or abolish any form of Government that becomes destructive to our unalienable rights, of Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.
City Halls should be on fire, politicians’ homes should be in ashes, and Politicians should be swinging from the town squares all over America.
Trump should have already vetoed this damn bill and told Congress to stick it. $600 to suffering Americans, while hundreds of billions are being funneled overseas, in addition to all that will wind up in the pockets of politicians, their special interests, and their bank accounts.
Politicians no longer fear “We The People”, and that is the fault of We The People.