Sinema Announces She Will Back Spending Bill

The lone hope for Republicans has just turned.

Senator Sinema (D-AZ) has announced that she will back the big spending bill being forced through Congress via reconciliation.

This means it is now just a matter of time before the bill is passed.

Giving In

Sadly, the American people are being misled on this legislation.

It is being sold as an inflation-buster bill, but numerous experts have already stated that it will have little if any impact.

In fact, more than a few people believe the bill will actually increase inflation.

Residents in Arizona are mixed on the bill, with their feedback showing just how little some people really know about it.

Just about everyone that supported the legislation did nothing more than regurgitate Democrat talking points.

The Senate is expected to resume debate and possibly pass the bill on Saturday, which would put the legislation on the floor in the House within the next week.

It would more than likely be on Biden’s desk for his signature soon thereafter.

Source: Fox News

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