Women who see dishwashers as a ‘blessing,’ according to Marjorie Taylor Greene, should oppose Biden’s bills.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is urging women who treasure “blessings” in their homes to stop “being lazy” and urge that Republicans vote against the Democrats’ infrastructure and social spending bills.
Democrats are rushing to pass President Joe Biden’s economic program, which includes an infrastructure bill as well as a social spending and climate change package, before the Halloween deadline. While the infrastructure package cleared the Senate with Republican support, it is currently delayed in the House as lawmakers discuss the broader plan, which progressives want to include universal pre-kindergarten, Medicare expansion, and other social safety net measures.
Greene, a vocal opponent of the bill, said on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast that Americans are the “happiest people on the planet” who live “great lives.”
“If you’re a woman listening to this broadcast, you already know how useful a washing machine is. Dishwashers are a godsend. A automobile is a wonderful thing to have “According to the Georgia Republican, “We must put an end to our indolence. We must put an end to the absurd Green New Deal.” Greene sees the Green New Deal, an ambitious climate initiative, as a vehicle to lead America toward more governmental control. The Sustainable Electricity Payment Program, part of Biden’s spending package, is a scheme to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by requiring diverse utilities to switch from fossil fuels to clean energy sources. Fines would be imposed if specific benchmarks were not met, while grants would be awarded if the conversion was successful.
Greene referred to the Democrats’ legislative ambitions as “the downfall of America” and stated that climate solutions aren’t limited to electric vehicles. Such legislation, she informed Bannon, is about “socialist schemes” and “communism.” The spending bill also contains two years of free community college, child care help, and comprehensive paid leave, in addition to measures geared at addressing climate change.
Democrats want to use the reconciliation procedure to move the budget package forward, which would allow them to approve it in the Senate without Republican backing. Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema have yet to sign on to the legislation, which would require all 50 Democrats in the Senate to support it.
Democrats in the House have postponed a vote on the budget agreement in an attempt to encourage senators to vote yes. This is a condensed version of the information.