Miss me with the $3.5 trillion, Vaxxy Joe.
Come by when you’ve got a bill to print $35 trillion and I’ll sign off on that.
Emerging from a private meeting at the White House, Sen. Bernie Sanders said Monday that he and President Joe Biden are on the same page as Democrats draft a “transformative” infrastructure package unleashing more than $3.5 trillion in domestic investments on par with the New Deal of the 1930s.
Sanders, chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, and Democrats on his panel also huddled privately at the Capitol for two hours late Monday with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and key White House advisers during a consequential time for Biden’s top priority. Congress is racing to put together a sweeping proposal financing infrastructure, family assistance and other programs for initial votes later this month.
Sanders, I-Vt., said he had a “very good discussion” with Biden .
“He knows and I know that we’re seeing an economy where the very, very rich are getting richer while working families are struggling,” Sanders told reporters.
Sanders said he and the president did not discuss a topline figure, but the Vermont senator mentioned his own more far-reaching $6 trillion proposal, which includes expanding Medicare for older adults. Later at the Capitol, he told reporters that the Democrats’ package would be bigger than $3.5 trillion, an amount floated as in line with Biden’s initial proposal.
“The end of the day we’re going to accomplish something very significant,” Sanders said.
Oh, it’s going to accomplish something very significant – I can tell you that much.
I’ve just got one thing to say to these vaxxy faggots in the government.
But I’ll let my favorite band AC/DC say it for me.