Senator Kennedy Tells The Biden Admin To "Stop The Niagara Of Lies"
Dems are now pushing a multi-trillion dollar bill to fix the infrastructure. But GOP Senators claim that this is by no means an infrastructure bill. They claim only 5-20% of this bill's funding actually goes to fixing up our infrastructure. So Senator Kennedy is asking the Biden Admin to "stop the Niagara of lies." Kennedy said as much during an appearance on Fox and Friends.
"President Biden has invited some of my colleagues today to visit the White House to talk about it, and I think that's a great thing," Kennedy started.
"We have got some question though because this thing you proposed has more red flags than the Chinese embassy."
"Show us a list of the projects," Kennedy said his GOP colleagues should say. "We can keep debating about what kind of bill this is, but show us a list of the projects you have in mind. You’re asking us to get in the van, [so] show us the candy first."
"Stop the Niagara of lies, and tell your staff to stop, it's embarrassing...tell the truth about this thing."
"So we have a fundamental question," Kennedy said. "I think the whole plan costs $2.3 trillion with a $1.7 trillion tax increase, and by the way, a trillion is a thousand billion, before we do all that, tell us how much your Green New Deal is going to lower world temperatures and over what period of time.
"I mean, that's why we're doing this, right? The climate activists and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, part of the U.N., says that we can only allow world temperatures to rise another one degree before we have an environmental apocalypse. That's the theory behind all of this. OK. Tell us how much your plan is going to lower world temperatures."
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This seems to be what Dems do. They claim they are going to fix something with a bill and then pack it full of other things they also want. Five to twenty percent is ridiculous. An Infrastructure Bill should at the very least be 90% about fixing the infrastructure otherwise that's just false advertising.