RINO Mitt Romney Gives $700 Million To Sudan But Claims Sending Out Larger Stimulus Checks Is Too Expensive

Trump Covid-19 stimulus bill $600

Democrats and Republicans came together in agreement regarding the COVID relief bill that includes $600 stimulus payments to most Americans while setting aside billions of dollars for foreign countries and expensive projects that had absolutely nothing to do with mitigating the threat of COVID-19 or the economic ramifications of it. This is a blatant cash grab by the deep state swamp creatures in Washington.

Lawmakers butt heads over stimulus

“If we went to $2,000 per person, the additional borrowing would be up to almost $500 billion,” Mitt Romney said. “Someone’s got to pay for that. We can’t just have free money.”

When it comes to sending $700 million to Sudan, however, Romney had nothing to say. Nor did the senator have any objections to sending hundreds of millions to Burma, Cambodia and Nepal, among other countries. Trump called for Congress to remove the unnecessary foreign spending and increase the stimulus payments to $2,000.

“If free money was the answer … if money really did grow on trees, why not give more free money?” Senator Rand Paul (R-KY.) said. “Why not give it out all the time? Why stop at $600 a person? Why not $1,000? Why not $2,000? Maybe these new free-money Republicans should join the Everybody-Gets-A-Guaranteed-Income Caucus? Why not $20,000 a year for everybody, why not $30,000? If we can print out money with impunity, why not do it?”

Congress gives your tax money to foreign countries

Deep State rats on both sides of the aisle are laundering tax payer money by sending it to ridiculous pork projects and foreign aid, which will surely make it back around to their bank accounts at some point. If you’re wondering how life-long politicians can become multi millionaires on their meager salary, just take a look at what’s in this bill.

$8 billion for the Overseas Contingency Operations/Global War on Terrorism

$1.7 billion for USAID operations abroad

$26.5 billion for “Bilateral Economic Assistance” abroad

$3.3 billion for “Global Health Programs”

$4.4 billion for “International Disaster Assistance”

$3.4 billion for “Refugee Assistance”

$2.4 billion for “democracy programs”

$1.7 billion for Jordan

$1.9 billion for “international food aid”

$35 billion in new clean energy initiatives to fight climate change

$9 billion for “international security assistance”

$5.9 billion for the “President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)”

$950 million for “basic education” programs in foreign countries

$740.3 million for “educational and cultural exchange” programs in foreign countries

$1.5 billion for “Contributions to International Organizations”

$224 million tax breaks for motor sports venues

$16 billion tax credit for businesses that hire individuals facing “significant barriers to employment”

$1 billion tax credit for “special expensing rules for entertainment productions”

$13 billion tax breaks for clean energy initiatives

$9 billion in tax credits for beer, wine, and distilled spirits producers

$2 billion “to enable better scientific information about the Earth and its changing climate”

$16.2 billion in excess funding for transportation, housing, and urban development

$19.2 billion in excess funding for the Department of Labor, Department of Education, and Health and Human Services

$6.9 billion in excess funding for energy and water development

$12.3 billion in excess funding for the Federal Emergency Management Agency

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