House Democrats Block Aid To Small Businesses And Law Enforcement

House Democrats are playing politics with people’s lives again.

This weekend, they blocked multiple bills designed to provide aid in the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

Specifically, they blocked aid to law enforcement, because opposition to the police has become part of their agenda. And they blocked aid to small businesses, because they believe a weakened economy hurts Trump.

It’s despicable.

Breitbart reports:

House Democrats Block Funding for Police, Small Business Aid

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House Democrats blocked three bills on Saturday that would have provided funding for law enforcement, aid to small businesses, and more funding for potential coronavirus treatments.

Rep. Rob Woodall (R-GA) introduced a motion to defeat the previous question, which would have allowed for the consideration of three House Republican bills to better Americans’ lives.

The first bill, sponsored by Rep. Michael Burgess (R-TX), would have provided emergency funding to continue the development of vaccines, therapeutics, and building up a strategic stockpile of personal protective equipment and other medical supplies. The bill would have also helped secure America’s manufacturing and supply chains.

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The second bill, sponsored by Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH), would have extended the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and allowed small businesses to receive a second PPP loan.

The third bill, introduced by Rep. Pete Stauber (R-MN), would have provided additional funding for police departments, better training, and body cameras.

All Democrats care about is power. Here’s what they did pass this weekend:

They don’t care about the American people.

They only care about regaining power by any means necessary.


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