Really? I Am Supposed To Believe These Lies?

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Really? I’m Supposed To Believe This?

Wait, you want the debate for the trillions of dollars of spending done by Friday? House Majority Leader Hoyer predicted that “most of” the floor debate on the massive bill will occur today. “And then I expect a vote on the Build Back Better final passage at the earliest Thursday and at hopefully the latest on Friday.” Really?

What happened to the CBO review of spending that was asked for by you (Hoyer and team) and demanded when the previous administration wanted to pass a bill? It was a “must” you said on any spending. 
Why was it the end all and be all then and now not important?

The answer, Congressional Democrats and the White House are rushing to discredit that looming CBO report because it will detail the lie that it costs “zero.”

Now Democrats are in a campaign to delegitimize the work of the Congressional Budget Office. They are claiming the nonpartisan federal agency, which is tasked with analyzing the fiscal impact of legislation, is unable to properly vet all of the provisions in Mr. Biden’s social welfare bill. 
“There’s wide agreement CBO doesn’t have experience analyzing revenue amounts gained from cracking down on wealthy tax cheats who are taking advantage of honest taxpayers,” said Andrew Bates, the White House’s director of rapid response.

Really? if you believe that you are beyond gullible. Where’s the “free press” to report the facts? Missing. 

Add This To The Above.

Yesterday everything was heightened as Treasury Secretary Yellen told Speaker Pelosi that Congress has until Dec. 15 to raise the nation’s borrowing authority or risk default. 

Okay, so spend more now before the CBO tells everyone how much more this will add to deficit spending and bankruptcy. 

Really, He Gave Himself An “A”

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas graded himself with an “A for effort” on Tuesday, telling senators he believes the Biden administration is on the right track to solve the border’s chaos and to make up for what he called cruel Trump policies. 
“We’re on the road to success,” he said. 
Okay, someone define success for me. 
I guess it’s an open border and let whoever flow in. 

On another note, remember the charges of border patrol beating Haitian immigrants? We were told there would be an immediate review (in days) and charges. What happened? 
Yesterday Homeland Security issued a statement defending the lengthy delay in the investigation, saying the probe is following the “customary process.”
You know why? 
It didn’t happen and Mayorkas and the President lied about what happened. 
Media coverage of their damning false charges? Zero. 

Here’s another lie with no coverage.  
The President’s cyber director told congress that cyber attacks have been reduced from Russia. Yesterday the FBI told congress they have seen no decline.
Media coverage of this lie? Zero.

This n That – Really

Did you see this poll from W. Va? Sen. Manchin has a 61% approval rating in his state. President Biden has a 65% disapproval rate. 

By the way, here’s Manchin on the trillions they want to spend: 
Yesterday he “expressed skepticism” about arguments that President Biden’s multitrillion-dollar social welfare bill was a cure for inflation. He said the effort by White House officials to redefine the bill as a means to combat soaring prices needed further vetting.
“They say it’s going to lower inflation,” he said. “I’ll have to check on that one.” Me too, because it’s a lie.

They won’t listen, because they would rather beg and pay OPEC and the Russians:

Republican Senator Daines of Montana, wants to spur domestic energy production to combat skyrocketing gasoline and heating costs across the country. He introduced legislation requiring the Interior Department to restart oil and gas leasing on federal lands and waters. 
The bill aims to boost domestic energy production, which has lagged since Jan 20th. “We must do what we can to bring back Made in America energy jobs and restore our global energy dominance by supporting an all-of-the-above energy portfolio which includes oil, gas, wind, solar and more.” 
Chances of getting to a vote in Schumer’s Senate – zero. 
Does America want it? No doubt.
Media coverage? Zero.

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