Senate Passes $1.2 Trillion “Infrastructure” Bill – Here Are the 19 Republicans Who Joined the Democrats

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell

The $1.2 trillion “infrastructure” bill passed the senate chamber in a 69-30 vote on Tuesday after further negotiations.

The gargantuan bill will now head over to the House for consideration.

The 19 Republicans who voted to mortgage your children’s future:

  • Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell
  • Roy Blunt
  • Richard Burr
  • Bill Cassidy
  • Susan Collins
  • Shelley Moore Capito
  • Kevin Cramer
  • Mike Crapo
  • Deb Fischer
  • Lindsey Graham
  • Chuck Grassley
  • John Hoeven
  • Lisa Murkowski
  • Rob Portman
  • James Risch
  • Mitt Romney
  • Dan Sullivan
  • Roger Wicker
  • Thom Tillis

Hidden in its 2702 pages are plans to implement a pilot program to track your vehicle miles for a new highway tax. The proposed plan will also enable the US government to track where you’ve been and your favorite hangouts.

Trump ripped Mitch McConnell on Tuesday over his support for the infrastructure bill.

Trump called McConnell “the most overrated man in politics.”

Trump ended by saying McConnell is working “hard to give Biden a victory” — and warned they are going for “the biggest tax increases in history” next.

Republican Senator Ron Johnson blasted the so-called “infrastructure” bill and said, “we need to stop further mortgaging our children’s future.”

The senate is currently working on a separate $3.5 trillion budget resolution which will be passed WITHOUT Republican votes.

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