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Joe Biden falsely claimed that his far-left $4 trillion so-called “infrastructure” proposal has “overwhelming bipartisan support” despite the fact not a single Republican lawmaker supports it.
Speaking in southern Virginia on Monday for his “Getting America Back on Track” tour, Biden made several false claims during his shaky speech, including that his socialist giveaway disguised as an infrastructure bill has “overwhelming” bipartisan support.
“The good news is I think there’s overwhelming bipartisan support for this,” Biden said. “Look at the polling data. Republican voters overwhelmingly support it. Now we just gotta get some of our Republican colleagues to support it.”
The last two radical bills Democrats rammed through the House and Senate were passed without a single Republican vote.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) contradicted Biden on Monday, saying that no Republican will support Biden’s radical bill.
“I think I can pretty safely say none of my Republican colleagues are going to support a $4.1 trillion infrastructure package, only part of which is for infrastructure,” McConnell said.
“If it’s going to be about infrastructure, let’s make it about infrastructure. And I think there’s some sentiment on the Democratic side for splitting it off,” he added.