Massive Omnibus Bill Flown Over A Thousand Miles To St. Croix So Biden Can Sign It

As if the opitcs of Biden being in St. Croix while Americans freeze weren’t already bad enough, the massive Omnibus bill was just flown to him so he can sign it.

Is there a better metaphor for government waste than this?

Also, don’t forget that many Americans can’t get flights right now but this bill can?

The Daily Mail reports:

Biden signs $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill in billionaire Democrat donor’s beachside mansion in St Croix – after it was flown to him on a Spirit Airlines flight from Washington

The White House flew the federal budget to St Croix for President Joe Biden to sign into law ahead of the December 30 deadline, so the government didn’t shut down over New Year’s Eve.

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The 4,000-page, $1.7 trillion omnibus package to fund the government through September 2023 arrived at the White House on Wednesday evening, after it completed the legislative enrollment process.

On Thursday, it was flown to St Croix, where Biden is spending the holiday week in a luxury villa owned by a billionaire Democratic donor.

The bill arrived in the US Virgin Islands via Spirit Airlines on Thursday evening around 5:30 pm Eastern time. A little over an hour later, Biden’s POTUS Instagram account posted a picture of the president signing the bill.

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The caption of the Instagram post read: ‘Today, I signed the bipartisan omnibus bill, ending a year of historic progress. It’ll invest in medical research, safety, veteran health care, disaster recovery, VAWA funding – and gets crucial assistance to Ukraine. Looking forward to more in 2023.’

People reacted on Twitter:

You couldn’t make this up.

 

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