Since his first day in office President Trump has put America First – and all Americans have benefited!
Now take a look at how a vast majority of Democrat and Republicans in Congress want to spend $900 Billion our children’s and children’s children’s money under the guise of a 5,000+ page Covid Relief package!
President Trump sums it up well in the address that he gave earlier tonight:
The 5,000+ page Bill that was passed by both houses of Congress is a disgrace. Per the President, “It’s called the Covid Relief Bill, but it has almost nothing to do with Covid.” Most of the spending measures have nothing to do with the virus.
$85.5M in assistance for Cambodia
$134M to Burma
$1.3B for Egypt and the Egyptian military, which will go out and buy almost exclusively Russian military equipment.
$25M for Democracy and gender programs in Pakistan
$40M for the Kennedy Center
$1B for the Smithsonian Institute
$154M for the National Gallery of Art
$7M for Reef fish management
$2.5M to count the number of amber jack fish in the Gulf of Mexico
Stimulus checks for the family members of illegal aliens – up to $1,800 each
Only $600 for Americans
President Trump will veto this Bill for all of the reasons listed above. He summed it up nicely for the American people:
“Congress found plenty of money for foreign countries, lobbyists and special interests… while sending the bare minimum to the American people who need it.”
Senator Rand Paul was one of a handful of Senators that voted against the Bill. Sen. Paul is also an American who puts America First! The cost of this wasteful Bill is enormous. Sen. Paul puts the cost into perspective;
It’s hard to conceive of what a Billion dollars is, much less a trillion dollars. How big is a billion?
A billion seconds ago it was 1988 and Ronald Regan was President.
A billion minutes ago, Jesus walked the shore of the Sea of Galilee.
A billion hours ago, man still lived in caves.
A billion dollars ago was just 80 minutes ago.
Sen. Rand Paul: "If free money were the answer, if money really grew on trees, why not give more free money? Why not give it out all the time? Why stop at $600 a person? Why not $1,000? Why not $2,000?" pic.twitter.com/mBlQ69UQ1H
— The Hill (@thehill) December 21, 2020
America is $27 Trillion Dollars in Debt today.