Joe Biden will do anything to force his agenda into law.
There seems to be no limit to his corruption.
And Joe Biden just got caught red-handed bribing RINOs for something terrible.
Only months in, Biden’s White House has been perhaps the least transparent in modern history.
Biden rarely speaks to the media, and instead of answering questions, his Press Secretary will often change the subject, or claim she will “circle back,” though she never does.
That shouldn’t be surprising considering that Biden is playing dirty tricks to force his agenda into law, and would rather say nothing than be forced to admit to his shady actions.
There is no better example of this than his $3.5 trillion “infrastructure bill.”
The bill actually has almost nothing to do with infrastructure, and is rather an opportunity for Democrats to force their unpopular ideas into law.
While the exact text of the bill has been largely a mystery, it was just revealed that the bill is 2,700 pages long, leaving plenty of room for shady pet projects to go unnoticed.
Breitbart News had the text of the bill leaked from a U.S. Senate source anonymously, as they were not authorized to leak it.
If you have a few days to spare, the entire text is below:
According to Breitbart News, the bill had been written in private for months, all in secret.
And there are plenty of shady deals that were made in order to get Republican support.
Three Republicans whose states benefit the most from the bill are Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, and Senators Thom Tillis, and Richard Burr of North Carolina.
The bill contains a massive carveout for an “Alaska Highway,” which would likely benefit Murkowski.
And it also contains funding for “high priority corridors on the national highway system,” including the United States route 421 from the interchange with Interstate Route 85 in Greensboro, North Carolina, to the interchange on Interstate 95 in Dunn, North Carolina.
This would clearly benefit Sens. Tillis and Burr.
Both Tillis and Burr were lead negotiators on the bills, making the inclusion of that funding seem like a Democrat bribe for their support.
It also contains provisions to help lead GOP negotiator Sen. Bill Cassidy’s state of Louisiana.
At the end of the day, the one thing politicians care about more than anything is re-election.
Handing them huge funding for their state helps them with that, making it highly suspect that the main GOP negotiators are getting huge state funding.