When speaking to reporters, President Joe Biden lost track of what he was discussing, and he had to stop mid-sentence, frozen like a statue.
Despite the fact that Biden’s mental abilities continue to decline, Democrats and the media refuse to acknowledge it.
“I was a senator for many years. Biden lost his train of thought and said, “I know how legislation is done.”
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Biden clearly is not all there. Biden or the handler of his Twitter account claims that his $3.5 trillion spending plan actually cost “zero dollars.”
Biden claimed that his Build Back Better Agenda is free of cost in a series of tweets.
How does it cost “zero dollars” you may ask? Because Biden just plans on robbing you, the American taxpayer, to pay for the package which in turn makes it “zero dollars.” Makes total sense!
You may be wondering how it costs “zero dollars”. Biden is just trying to rob you, the American taxpayer, of the money necessary to purchase the package, which will in turn make it “zero dollars.” It makes total sense!
Check out what Breitbart reported:
The audacious talking point has raised questions from budget and spending hawks, as Biden’s own budget officials have estimated that his agenda would raise the national debt by nearly $1.4 trillion over ten years, according to the Associated Press.
Although there is not any official text for Biden’s Build Back Better bill, the budget resolution framework (the legislative vehicle for his bill) allows up to $1.75 trillion of new borrowing that is not paid for with more taxes, according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.
The United States has borrowed $6 trillion in just two years to help the economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Biden’s Build Back Better agenda would dramatically increase tax rates on businesses and people making over $400,000 a year so the government can fund subsidized child and elder care, universal pre-K, and two years of free college.
Biden’s agenda will also boost spending on food stamps, housing and green energy subsidies, programs for electric vehicles, and government funded health care.