Senator McConnell: Democrats Won’t Let Us Fund Hospitals Or Save Small Businesses Unless They Get To Dust Off The Green New Deal

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell: “Democrats won’t let us fund hospitals or save small businesses unless they get to dust off the new green deal.

I’d like to see Senate Democrats tell New York City doctors and nurses, who are literally overrun as we speak, that they’re filibustering hospital funding and more masks because they’re arguing with airlines over their carbon footprint?

I’d like to see Senate Democrats tell small business employees in their states, who are literally being laid off every day, that they’re filibustering relief that will keep people on the payroll because Democrat special interest friends want to squeeze employers while they’re vulnerable—squeeze these employers while they’re vulnerable.

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I’d like to see Senate Democrats tell all American seniors who see their hard-earned retirement literally melt away, as the markets track toward their worst month since 1931, that they’re continuing to hold up emergency measures over tax credits for solar panels. Tax credits for solar panels.

Even with the federal reserve announcing even further extraordinary today, the markets are tanking once again today, as I said—because this body can’t get their act together. And the only reason they can’t get their act together is right over here, on this side of the aisle.”

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