BIDENS SPENDING BILL IS A CON JOB
Written by Peter Boykin on April 4, 2022
Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist
The Biden regime wants you to believe that their new $5.8 trillion dollar 2023 federal budget proposal is a moderate spending plan that omits the far-left socialist spending proposals that Biden was pushing in 2022.
It’s a con. Let me explain…
The shiny object: The Biden regime is trying to court centrist-Dems and Republicans by highlighting the following:
$813 billion for military spending (4% increase)
$32 billion to increase police funding
Promising to reduce deficit spending by $1 trillion over the next 10 years
The robbery: These are some of the aspects of the bill that the regime doesn’t want you focused on:
$44.9 billion for climate change spending (largest increase ever)
$10 billion to send mail-in voter ballots to all Americans
$14.1 billion for the IRS (18% increase) so they can nickel and dime you over your taxes
Repeal tax breaks for the fossil fuel industry that experts say will discourage investment and exacerbate the current energy crisis.
Allocates just $309 million for our southern border in the midst of an all-time-high surge of illegal crossings. Meanwhile, Biden is sending twice as much to Ukraine.
Calls for $72.7 trillion in spending over the next decade—averaging more than $1.4 trillion in higher annual spending than even this year’s extravagant budget.
Biden removes the Hyde Amendment, which prevents taxpayer dollars from going towards funding abortions.
Raises the corporate tax rate from 21% to 28% – higher than in communist China
It sets the tax cuts you got from Trump to expire in 2026.
Your standard deduction would be cut in half.
The bill mentions the words:
“Equity” – 75 times
“Climate” – 187 times
“Gender” – 43 times
And on top of all that garbage… It’s late. The president is required by law to submit a budget proposal by the first Monday in February. That was 49 days ago.
The good news is: Biden’s budget proposal is just that… A proposal. The Executive brand doesn’t create the federal budget.
The bad news is: The Democrat-controlled Legislative branch creates the budget.
[Source: WSJ, FBN, Heritage Foundation]
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