The Biden (also known as Lú Lẫn)
administration announced the proposal on Saturday in a fact sheet ahead of the budget release, stating that the president’s plan “rewards work, not wealth.”
Jana 4 mins ago−
——-Tucker: We may not have enough food soon
—-A MESSAGE TO THOSE WHO VOTED FOR JOE BIDEN:
Whether or not you believe the 2020 election was stolen (and anyone who took the time and energy to watch, listen and read the evidence, KNOWS it was stolen). You voted for Joe Biden, who:
Stopped construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, resulting in thousands of lost jobs, contributing to our humiliating dependence on foreign oil, causing economic devastation in the US, and crippling inflation.
Shut down domestic energy production, resulting in thousands of lost jobs, extreme rise in gas prices, and dependence on foreign oil from Venezuela and Saudi Arabia.
Stopped construction of Trump’s Southern border wall, and all the technology that goes with it.
Opened the southern border to 2 million illegals and counting.
Is Allowing Covid-infected illegals and criminals—murderers, rapists, pedophiles, human traffickers, drug traffickers, TERRORISTS— from 130 countries entry into our country to suck up our food, our schools, our welfare programs, our healthcare and our jobs.
Supports Mexican drug cartels as the last leg of their efforts.
Uses military planes to transport these illegals into various parts of our country, effectively importing millions of new democrat voters.
Abandoned Americans and Afghans helping Americans in Afghanistan.
Left 85 Billion dollars of military equipment to Taliban Terrorists.
Disgraced America on the world stage.
Emboldened our enemies with his weakness and feeble mindedness.
elliotpenna 9 mins ago−
His plan “rewards work, not wealth.” That is, we will be free to work all we want, but not to accrue the wealth that comes from it! Good plan, Branden!
Emel Akan is White House economic policy reporter in Washington, D.C. Previously she worked in the financial sector as an investment banker at JPMorgan and as a consultant at PwC. She graduated with a master’s degree in business administration from Georgetown University.