Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s answers to how much it will cost to implement the new $3.5 trillion infrastructure program are zero down, zero APR, and zero payments ever. If that’s the case, then take the price tag off and scrap it. If it costs Americans $0, then there’s no need for the bill. Just fund everything in the account without passing it.
That’s a lie. The infrastructure bill has a section that implements a millage tax of $.08 per mile for drivers in the United States. That alone is far from $0. I’m not sure if Pelosi did her math correctly or didn’t understand how it works, but she’s incorrect. Maybe she’s doing “wine math.” “If I have five glasses of wine, how much wine is left in the bottle? 0.” To anyone who doesn’t know, that’s actual wine math. You’re welcome.
Pelosi said, “It’s not about a dollar amount. The dollar amount, as the president said, is $0.” Or if you’re going with Democrat terminology, Pelosi’s hand signal suggests she’s a White supremacist.
Maybe Pelosi is getting herself ready for prison and knows she has to pick a gang to survive. Or, she’s a liar and knows that it doesn’t cost Americans $0 and is trying to sell you on it. See how she references President Joe Biden’s words? “As the president said, $0.” That doesn’t mean anything coming from a demented man who can’t even correct form a sentence, much less do math. But that was always the plan, wasn’t it Pelosi? Ride on Biden’s cognitive decline as far as it will take you?
On the other hand, thank God for two Democrats who aren’t pushing the $3.5 trillion spending bill forward. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) voted no on the $3.5 trillion.
The Heritage Foundation broke down the $3.5 trillion per household, and the numbers are astonishing. Politicians could save Americans with the $3.5 trillion, but they don’t want to. Here’s the breakdown:
The Heritage Foundation used the U.S. Census Bureau to determine 128.5 million households in America and found that American families could get over $27,000 if politicians decided to give it to the people instead.
The reality is that it will cost top earners in the United States much more than they are paying, but how much isn’t determined at this point. The federal government requests that these enterprises relocate their operations not to have to pay the tax increase. Firms may already have to move elsewhere with the Covid-19 vaccine mandate if they lose enough employees and can’t continue. That hasn’t even been factored into business consideration moving forward.