Democrats BLOCK Small Business Relief, but Want to Send Checks to Illegal Immigrants

Radicalized Democrats proved they do not have America’s best interest in heart. With the COVID-19 pandemic shuttering millions of small businesses, Democrats blocked $250 billion in relief. Rather than use taxpayer money to keep millions of jobs intact, liberals want to dole it out to illegal immigrants.

California Rep. Lou Correa and a pair of other Democrats recently introduced a bill that would funnel stimulus money away from citizens and into the coffers of those who stole across the border and undercut America’s manual labor force.

“I was appalled to learn hard-working, taxpaying immigrants were left out of the $2 trillion CARES Act,” Rep Correa said.

Democrats already delayed the first stimulus package and held everyday Americans hostage as they bloated the $2 trillion package with special interest funding. One of the expenditures that has GOP leaders hot was $25 million to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. After taking the money, the left-wing Kennedy Center reportedly laid off its workforce and kicked the working musicians to the curb.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has hatched a plan to sidestep the lawful distribution of stimulus resources to Americans. He has floated the idea of tapping into the Golden State’s Disaster Relief Fund and handing the safety net to illegals.

Gov. Newsom reportedly plans to have “some economic stimulus strategies at a state level, not just waiting for the federal government to do that for us. Californians care deeply about undocumented residents in this state.”

Like the Obama-Biden administration that used upwards of 67 million NR-9 masks and failed to replenish the stockpile, Newsom’s policy would be to drain a fund that could save lives should the wildfires again ravage California in a few months. Adding insult to injury, U.S. Senate Democrats blocked a bill that would secure $250 billion in aid to help small businesses avoid bankruptcy due to the COVID-19 shutdown.

As Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell moved to vote and pass the legislation, Maryland Democrats Sen. Ben Cardin raised objections and stalled the measure.

“A country cannot afford unnecessary wrangling or political maneuvering. Treating this as a normal, partisan negotiation could literally cost Americans their jobs,” McConnell reportedly said. “Our country needs us to be nimble to fix urgent problems as fast as we can, to be able to have focused discussions on urgent subjects without turning every conversation into a conversation about everything.”

House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi has been pulling Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s strings throughout the stimulus process. Washington insiders indicate she orchestrated the stall tactic to siphon money away from traditional small businesses. Instead, the Democrat leader wants small business money spent on food assistance programs and other entitlements. Reports indicate she may be fighting to take away upwards of $125 billion, half of what was promised to small businesses.

As the partisan response to the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, voters bear witness to Democrats using vital relief packages like political footballs. They’d rather delay and funnel money to non-Americans and special interests than deliver relief to hard-working American families.

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