Watch: Dem Senator Spills the Beans On How Biden Will Bypass The Senate, ‘I Would Like To Note How Much That Joe Biden Is Going Go Be Able To Do Using…
Should former Vice President Joe Biden win the presidential election Democrats plan on using the “rule of Biden” instead of the rule of law to bypass the Republican-controlled Senate.
Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) slipped during an interview on MSNBC how Biden is going to bypass the Republican-controlled Senate.
Baldwin said, “I think one of the topics that we could certainly find some common ground on, and have, certainly, historically, in Congress and with the president, is working on infrastructure. I know that even that issue has become more controversial in recent years, but we know we have a huge infrastructure deficit in the United States. I can certainly attest to that in the state of Wisconsin, and that provides an opportunity for bipartisan work within both houses of Congress and the president.”
She continued, “And I would also note how much that Joe Biden is going to be able to do using his executive powers. We’ve, of course, seen Trump do an extraordinary amount using executive powers. But I think that there are several issues where he is going to be able to take action to fight the pandemic, to help our economy, and help people who are struggling in our economy right now.”
Baldwin concluded, “And then the other really key difference with a President Biden is that he’s all about unity, and all about bringing us together to respond to our challenges. When we face so many crises in the United States, I know that he’s going to work really hard to find common pathways forward in every instance he can.”
Republicans have already made gains in the House wiping out the gains Pelosi made in 2018. If Biden wins and his team of drones use executive actions to rule the country Democrats are going to see a red tsunami in 2022.
416 House races appear decided
Republicans 204 (+10)
19 Seats remain, GOP lead in 10
To win 218 (and House majority), GOP would need to win all the districts they are leading in, plus:
— Adrian Gray (@adrian_gray) November 5, 2020