In an act of political terrorism, Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans unanimously voted in favor of blowing up the US economy.
Senate Republicans Vote To Destroy America
As Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) put it:
Every single mcconnell republican just voted to blow up the entire economy and start a depression for no reason except because the President is a Democrats. pic.twitter.com/1DTc5hqHBz
— Bill Pascrell, Jr. (@BillPascrell) September 27, 2021
Of course, the mainstream media is soft-selling the Republican vote to destroy the economy:
How’s their move to throw the country into economic chaos going for Republicans? pic.twitter.com/XO2YngNWCw
— Ammar Moussa (@ammarmufasa) September 27, 2021
As usual, the corporate media are happily playing the role of stenographer, and not reporting on the consequences of what Senate Republicans chose to do.
If a default occurs the economy will plunge back into recession, and 4.5 million Americans will lose their jobs, which is an unbelievable act of intentional cruelty considering that millions of Americans already lost their jobs due to the last Republican president’s intentional neglect of the panemic.
Senate Republicans are engaging in political terrorism.
Senate Republicans have made no demands. They do not want to negotiate on the debt ceiling. They haven’t listed any priorities. The Republican goal is to damage the US economy and cause the American people pain for political gain.
Democrats will not cave to the terrorists. Osama Bin McConnell will wear the government default around his own neck and the necks of Senate Republicans as they head into the 2022 election.
Republicans voted to intentionally harm their own constituents. They voted for businesses to close, and people to lose their jobs. They voted for eviction, poverty, homelessness, and despair.
America can’t let the Senate GOP terrorists win.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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