Here is Your List of “Republicans” Who Just Betrayed America

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‘Betrayed America’ is such a strong term isn’t it? Well, what else do you call cutting hyper-partisan pet projects, and special interests a $1 Trillion blank check? Or pumping money into redistributive socialist programs and calling it “infrastructure”, is that simply theft or also fraud? But most damnable of all, these Senators agreed to $1 Trillion WITHOUT READING THE BILL.

17 “Republicans” Blind-Sign To Advance $1 Trillion Bill

Any of us who were raised properly were taught to PAINSTAKINGLY read every contract if it’s a mortgage or a car note or even a cell phone contract READ. EVERY. WORD. Before you sign your name to it. But these seventeen “Republicans” just signed their names to a $1 Trillion mortgage of our children’s future sight-un-freaking-seen!

According to Breaking Reports, “Republicans who opposed the bill had one simple question“Where’s full text?”

“Republicans opposing the bill argued that they don’t even know what the $1.2 trillion is funding exactly.”

The “BiPartisan Infrastructure Bill” That Is Neither Bipartisan nor Infrastructure

Yeah, It’s fair to say the 17 GOP Sens. Betrayed Us.

Let’s take this one by the numbers, shall we? Can you really call a bill “bipartisan” when it gets rammed down the opposition’s throat in the House by a nearly party-line vote? The House’s $715 Billion proposal passed with a vote of 221-201, the Senate version passed 67-32. Point blank: only the most left-leaning RINO’s and At-Risk Republicans who can’t stand to lose any local Democrat support voted in favor of this thing. So it firmly, indisputably is NOT bipartisan effort, not when a majority of the GOP wouldn’t even touch this bill.

Next, it isn’t “infrastructure”. In order to shoe-horn redistributive, leftist, social programs that they otherwise couldn’t possibly get past a GOP filibuster in the Senate. It’s the same old game of packing pork into a bill that is of dire necessity and holding it hostage. That way if your opposition actually stands by their principles and votes against it you can use their “vote against American infrastructure” as a cudgel to beat them with come the fall.

And here is the Democrat’s flimsy justification from USA Today and Forbes: “Caregiving is one of the most notable examples of how the White House expanded the traditional definition of infrastructure in its jobs proposal to include ‘human infrastructure’ and ‘social infrastructure.’ . . . Event USA Today admits that

“Biden Is Pushing A ‘Radical Shift’ To Redefine Infrastructure” –USA Today

It’s an interesting tactic that’s very Soviet Union or Orwellian even: if you can’t get what you want, then just straight-up change the definition of words. It’s terrifying, and what’s even scarier is that they’re probably going to get away with it. The only reason they couldn’t ram-jam their massive electoral power-grab (oh, and they tried to) into this bill is that one or two Democrats (Sens. Manchin and Sinema) just couldn’t stomach that quantity of bullsh**.

The 17 Republican Senators who blindly voted to advance this bill without knowing what exactly was in it or how the leftists intend to pay for it were:

  • Roy Blunt of Missouri
  • Richard Burr of North Carolina
  • Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia
  • Bill Cassidy of Louisiana
  • Susan Collins of Maine
  • Kevin Cramer of North Dakota
  • Mike Crapo of Idaho
  • Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
  • Chuck Grassley of Iowa
  • John Hoeven of North Dakota
  • Mitch McConnell of Kentucky
  • Lisa Murkowski of Alaska
  • Rob Portman of Ohio
  • James Risch of Idaho
  • Mitt Romney of Utah
  • Thom Tillis of North Carolina
  • Todd Young of Indiana

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