56 Republicans Urge Their Peers To Reject Biden’s Toxic Plans

"Joe Biden" by Gage Skidmore

56 Republicans have written to their House and Senate peers, imploring them to speak up against a supplemental budget resolution that would pay the federal government, including a number of costly wish-list issues from Democrats, through the month of December.

In a statement to his fellow Republicans in Congress, Texas Representative Chip Roy detailed how prevailing spending patterns of Congress are contributing to massive inflation and financing the extremist agenda of the Biden presidency. 

Rushing To Keep The Government Open

This agenda includes things like enabling autocratic bureaucrats at the IRS and FBI, enacting open border initiatives that endanger American neighborhoods, seeking to impose COVID-19 regulations that closed down schools, and requiring U.S. military sequestration.

The letter urged Republicans to take whatever action is required before the September 30 federal funding deadline. This action should be to prevent any more funds from being used for the extreme, inflationary agenda of the current administration. 

The Democrats have one last chance to pass their agenda if they enact bills that set up a ‘lame duck’ confrontation over government financing.

42 Republicans in the House have signed the letter so far. Utah Senator Mike Lee has also written a letter to his Republican Senate colleagues, and it received 14 signatures.

The federal government’s financing will run out by the week’s conclusion; so lawmakers are rushing to enact a Continuing Resolution (CR) to keep the government open. 

According to previous estimates, around 17% of total federal operations cease during a shutdown, meaning the great majority of the government continues to function normally.

Various Wasteful Expenditure 

The proposed spending bill, published late Monday night by House Democratic leadership, includes various junk spending items, as usual, but would keep the government financed through December 16.

According to a report from NPR on Tuesday, the bill includes about $12 billion for Ukraine aid, bringing total U.S. expenditure for the nation Russia attacked earlier this year to a staggering $65 billion.

Additionally, the bill includes legislation crafted by Democratic West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin to reform how the government issues power generation permits and provides $1 billion to expand financing for a low-income home heating program.

Before voting for the misleadingly titled “Inflation Reduction Act,” Manchin engaged with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to get the bill added to the CR.

During a subsequent interview, Rep. Chip Roy questioned why all Republicans are not on board with his efforts to financially obstruct Biden’s plan.

Could they just not give the Democrats the baton again if they are unwilling to wage a fight on immigration, vaccine regulations, or the energy crisis of this country?

According to NPR, a committee vote on the planned CR will take place in the Senate on Tuesday night.

This article appeared in The Political Globe and has been published here with permission.