Steve Elliott of Grassfire reports:
In an article published last night, The Wall Street Journal shockingly called the Democrats' useless $4.9 trillion "Build Back Better" exercise a "Big Scam." The newspaper's editorial board actually suggests Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) and other Democrats "stop all this."
The WSJ insists that the bill is a "financial fantasy." As for the statement of the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi that the plan to pay taxes and expenses is "fully paid," they call it "the lie of the year."
The Daily Wire also discussed the WSJ's remarks:
President Joe Biden and his Democratic allies have repeatedly stated that Biden's "Improved Recovery Plan" will add zero dollars to the deficit. This, of course, is mathematically impossible, but the Democratic Party and their friends in the media have repeated it quite often in the hope that it will become true.
The stated cost of the $1.75 trillion plan for 10 years includes several budget tricks that hide the real cost. The Penn Wharton budget model estimated the 10-year cost at about $4.6 trillion, but the White House continues to claim, contrary to all evidence, that the cost is "zero."
Do you believe a group of evil criminals can build back better? Look at the COVID death rate caused by vaccines and the soaring inflation rate. Only evil criminals will support this bill.