Democrats Lacking Votes to Pass Biden’s $3.5 Trillion Spending Bill


There are many problems with the $3.5 trillion spending package President Biden and most Democrats want passed. Studies into this bill have shown it would raise taxes, kill jobs, devastate the GDP, and cause a slew of other issues.

Another problematic aspect of this bill is the fact that Biden keeps lying about it. The president of the United States wants Americans to believe a $3.5 trillion spending bill will add $0.00 to the national debt. Anyone who is truly paying attention knows better than this.

Biden says increasing taxes on the wealthy is how he will fund all the heavy spending. Yet, this president also wants the IRS to have direct access to Americans’ bank accounts, investments, and financial transactions that reach $600 or above. Many non-wealthy people have $600+ transactions and accounts.

However, as it turns out, the Democrat Party doesn’t even have the votes to pass their bill through Congress. Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin stated on Thursday he will not vote for his party’s favored spending bill.

Manchin on the $3.5 trillion spending package

The West Virginia Democrat senator has publicly shared several issues he has with the bill. Manchin stated that rates of spending should not go beyond $1.3 trillion; furthermore, the lawmaker believes the proposed tax increases are presently “vindictive.”