Trump Unloads on RINO ‘Republicans’ Whose Votes Aided Biden's Radical Agenda
Trump slammed the 13 congressional Republicans
President Donald Trump has blasted the 13 Republican lawmakers whose vote enabled Joe Biden's radical agenda to move forward.
Neon Nettle reported earlier this week:
The 13 House Republicans who voted to pass the $1.2 trillion “bipartisan” infrastructure bill, which Biden will now sign, allowed the far-left framework of the reconciliation package to come into action.
Trump torched the 13 turncoats at a dinner Monday night.
In remarks to the national Republican Congressional Committee dinner, Trump slammed the 13 congressional Republicans who supported Biden’s infrastructure bill.
The infrastructure bill would not have been passed if it wasn't for the votes from the Republican lawmakers.
The Gateway Pundit wrote:
"These people clearly don’t care about America; their allegiance is with the now communist Democrat Party that stands against free speech, economic prosperity, privacy rights, military strength, and the American dream."
FOX News reported:
"The House of Representatives voted 228-206 on Friday to pass the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, which could not have passed without the support of the 13 Republicans who pushed it through despite opposition from six progressive Democratic members of the House."
Here are the Republicans who supported the bill:
Adam Kinzinger of Illinois
Don Bacon of Nebraska
Don Young of Alaska
John Katko of New York
Tom Reed of New York
Andrew Garbarino of New York
Malliotakis of New York
Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania
Chris Smith of New Jersey
Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey
Fred Upton of Michigan
Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio
David McKinley of West Virginia
Your members just voted for the trillion dollar spending spree. Resign! You're worthless. https://t.co/UryCiW271n— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) November 10, 2021
After Republicans voted to pass Biden's infrastructure bill, a rule was passed that provided consideration for the reconciliation package’s framework, which is a function that must occur to send the tax to spend package into the reconciliation process.