Trickle-up economics actually works. Go figure.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) on Sunday defended his decision to vote against a stimulus bill that had similar provisions to bills he supported under former President Donald Trump.
Guess who this guy used to work for?
Former NRA-TV host turned Newsmax TV host Grant Stinchfield tells his viewers to buy guns, ammo, MAGA hats, fur coats, stay at a Trump hotel or donate to the NRA with their stimulus checks in order to "trigger" the left.
Mississippi pastor Shane Vaughn has followed up viral election conspiracy theories by claiming that former President Donald Trump is responsible for the $1,400 stimulus checks, after Democrats passed the American Rescue Plan with no help from Republicans.
Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said on Wednesday that he opposes extending unemployment and providing $1,400 COVID relief checks for Americans because people may decide not to go back to work.
The All In host pleaded with Sen. Tim Kaine.
He's right. Means-testing the checks are a bad idea.
It's always stunning when a white, rich conservative man tells a devastated working-class that they don't want any government help during the pandemic.
Majority leader McConnell refused to hold a vote today and an increased stimulus check directly to the people. he did entertain Trump's moronic plea to look into voter fraud. Sen. Chuck Schumer expressed his dismay at McConnell's tactics.
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