Biden's non-infrastructure infrastructure bill
May 03, 2021 1 min, 48 secs
In the president's budget-busting plan, little would get spent on traditional road and bridge projects.

Since the left can’t sell its ideas to the American public honestly, it’s changing the definitions of words yet again to get its agenda passed.

Biden used his address to Congress last week to try to sell the American public on a huge far-left wish list of new spending and programs, including his “American Jobs Plan.”.

Infrastructure has been commonly understood to mean projects like roads and bridges.

Yet, in Biden’s budget-busting $2.25 trillion plan, less than 5 percent of those dollars actually get spent on traditional road and bridge projects.

In typical Washington-speak, spending cuts aren’t actually cuts in spending but cuts to increases in spending.

Biden’s infrastructure plan includes the biggest tax increase and the greatest federal power grab in decades.

The trillions in new taxes necessary to fund a spending plan of this size would cripple the American economy just as we’re trying to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The simple fact is that companies have to pay for higher taxes somehow, and they usually do it by charging higher prices for goods and services, by lowering employees’ wages, or by investing in operations and jobs overseas where taxes are cheaper

Biden is promising with his infrastructure projects offset all those jobs lost

While the administration claims that the plan would create millions of jobs, federally funded infrastructure projects often just end up diverting skilled workers from private-sector construction work, with new construction jobs being far less than promised and certainly not enough to overcome the job losses

In the end, the American Jobs Plan is being used as a Trojan horse to hide an agenda that would cost American families, chase jobs out of the country, add trillions to the debt, and concentrate more power with the federal government

It won’t build much infrastructure, but it will build a bigger swamp in Washington and drag us closer to the downward spiral of central planning and socialism that we must avoid if we ever want America to be America again


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