Levin Blasts GOP Senators For Supporting 'Tyranny' After 19 Of Them Turned On Americans
Mark Levin scorched the 19 GOP senators who rushed to support the infrastructure bill "before Democrat staffers even finished writing it." Levin clapped at the bill that has little to do with actual infrastructure and more to do with serving Democrats-s' special interests.
Levin hit Senators hard saying, "We choose liberty, but the 19 Republicans in the Senate chose tyranny, Biden chooses tyranny, and every single Democrat lockstep is for tyranny. How many people know what's in that 2,700-page document that just passed today with 19 Republicans?"
He continued, "We have more media than ever before in this country with more Internet, social media, independent journalists. And you really have to dig to find out. Government by omnibus, massive bills, massive spending, massive deficits, massive expansion of the welfare state is tyranny."
Levin noted that lawmakers have become unreachable elites, "This isn't a representative republic anymore. You want to go in and see your congressman and senator. Good luck. You want to call them about this bill? What are you going to say since it wasn't released to you?"
"We had 19 Republicans who supported it before the Democrat staffers even finished writing it," Levin added. "The Congressional Budget Office that works for Congress, said there's at least a quarter of a trillion dollars in this that's not paid for. If you were in the private sector running a company and you conducted your accounting business this way you’d go to prison for life."
"This wouldn't be a joke no matter how righteous you sounded. These Republican senators, I blame them. They are the Madoffs of the Republican Party. These are McConnell Republicans," Levin scoffed. "They think they're doing something for the people. They are destroying our currency. They are destroying our finances. They are destroying our economy. Twenty three percent of this bill was for hard infrastructure. There's all kinds of junk in this bill."
The passage of the bill comes just before Democrats take up a budget resolution that greenlights their ability to pass a separate $3.5 trillion spending plan, packed with the party’s top priorities, later this year without GOP votes.