What Nancy Pelosi Did To The Newest Relief Bill Is Just Evil
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is a vile woman and what she did to the newest coronavirus relief bill is just evil.
Fox News correspondent Chad Pergram reported on Wednesday that the House would not pass the coronavirus relief package because Pelosi had already gaveled in, and gaveled out ending the session. In other words Pelosi closed the House for business for the day.
House will not pass coronavirus bill today. Already gaveled in, gaveled out of pro fotm session. Senior sources say House won’t meet again later today
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) March 25, 2020
Americans are struggling, the President is trying to hold back an economic depression, and Pelosi is still playing games.
“House Democrats will now review the final provisions and legislative text of the agreement to determine a course of action,” Pelosi said about the nearly $2 trillion emergency relief deal which will be voted on Wednesday afternoon in the Senate after a long night of negotiations. Meaning, the House will not be able to vote on the package for another day.
McConnell said the deal “will get more equipment to the heroes on the front lines” and that “this is a wartime level of investment.” The Majority Leader also added that “this has been a long week for the Senate,” and that the Senate is “going to pass this legislation later today.”
The bill was negotiated between Democrats and Republicans there is no reason for Pelosi not to hold a late-night session and pass the bill. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer negotiated the bill and she damn well knows what is in it.
Of course, this is all Pelosi’s fault, the bill would have been past earlier this week if she didn’t hold American’s hostage.
According to the White House, the bill includes:
The deal includes $500 billion for a major corporate liquidity program through the Federal Reserve, $367 billion for a small business loan program, $100 billion for hospitals and $150 billion for state and local governments.
Under the plan, people making up to $75,000 a year are expected to receive checks for $1,200. Couples making up to $150,000 would receive $2,400, with an additional $500 per child.
The payments would decrease for those making more than $75,000, with an income cap of $99,000 per individual or $198,000 for couples.
The bill will also float salaries for at least eight weeks for those laid off as a result of the coronavirus.
But the deal still has to get through the House and Pelosi is an evil woman.
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