Finally — Infrastructure Week
Relax everybody, the media has it all wrong. The sky isn’t falling. It’s right where it’s supposed to be and it’s BLUE.
Congress passed Biden’s $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill. Roads, bridges, major projects will get $110 billion, passenger and freight rail gets $66 billion, public transit gets $39 billion, airports get $25 billion, port infrastructure gets $17 billion, transportation safety programs get $11 billion, electric vehicles get $7.5 billion, zero and low-emission buses and ferries get $7.5 billion, revitalization of communities gets $1 billion, broadband gets $65 billion, power infrastructure gets $73 billion, clean drinking water gets $55 billion, resilience and water storage gets $50 billion, removing pollution from water and soil gets $21 billion.
Biden’s infrastructure package is going to create a whole lot of new jobs for people who didn’t vote for him and hate libtards.
Now that the infrastructure bill has passed we’ll be seeing more of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg which is good news for the families who have lost people to the MAGA cult. Since he’s the Fox News Whisperer maybe some of their audience will come out of their stupor and realize that they’ve been played. Life is going to get a whole lot better for them now that Joe Biden is president.
“This infrastructure bill is way way better than the Trump one. Because it’s actually happening and not just a punchline on this website.” — Senator Brian Schatz
President Biden is really happy and gives partial credit to his vice president, Kamala Harris, which is what good leaders do. He’s especially happy that it got bi-partisan support with 13 Republicans voting yes to erase the 6 no votes made by the progressive Squad. Everybody won but everybody lost a little bit, too. The “losses” were strategic and will actually help the losers win in their own districts. Well played, Dems. Well played!!!
During debate, Speaker Pelosi called out Republicans on the House floor for laughing when she correctly said that the Build Back Better Act adds $0 to the debt. “Did I hear a laugh over there? From those who added $2 trillion in tax cuts for the richest people in America?” Boom! Well played, Madame Speaker. Well played!
Nancy Pelosi is going to go down in history as being one of the best, if not the best, Speakers in history. So far, she has successfully pushed all 3 relief packages to the finish line during a freaking pandemic and after a coup attempt during the president’s first term.
Joe Biden slept good last night having successfully accomplished 2 major legislative wins in less than a year — the American Rescue Plan and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill. Next up is the Build Back Better bill.
On top of all this good news about fixing and upgrading our infrastructure, new jobs and finally entering the 21st century, unemployment has decreased so much that the Biden administration is breaking records. The last time this happened was in 1950! 531,000 new jobs were created in October, way more than expected. Unemployment is at 4.6% which is 2 years ahead of projected schedule, thanks to the Democrats passing the American Rescue Plan. Unemployment claims went from 886,000 a week to 269,000 a week which is the first time in history. 5 million new jobs have been created in 10 months. Thanks, Dems!
Oh, and Pfizer has come out with a new drug for covid that will keep you from dying if you get it, kids 5 to 12 are getting vaccinated, the Dow is up 5000 points, minimum wage is up, Georgia Democrats flipped 41 seats in nearly 2 dozen counties in municipal elections, and more!
The sky is blue, America! Don’t let the media make you believe that it’s overcast, grey and about to burst into tornadoes and hurricanes. It’s not all gloom and doom!
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