Images from the setup for the inauguration of Joe Biden perfectly capture the wasteful spending that the United States looks forward to during his presidency.
Flags were placed on the National Mall in front of the Washington Monument, surrounded by lights shining into the sky. From any other president, this may seem like a patriotic display, but as we know that Democrats are anything but patriotic, it just represents future wasteful spending by the Biden administration.
Joe Biden already plans to eliminate the Trump tax cuts, so that he can use that money for his radical, wasteful policies.
Biden’s White House Chief of Staff, Ron Klain, has vowed that Biden will take “decisive action” on four crises within his first ten days in office.
In a memo to incoming senior White House staff, Klain identified the four crises as “the COVID-19 crisis, the resulting economic crisis, the climate crisis, and a racial equity crisis,” and promised that Joe Biden will take executive actions to address them.
The former vice president’s proposal for another COVID relief package will contain a provision allocating $350 billion for state and local governments, a piece of wasteful spending characterized by conservatives as a bailout for failing Democrat states.
Biden’s plan for COVID relief would cost about $1.9 trillion, and would also include $400 billion for pandemic management, and a plan to increase the federal minimum wage, which is currently $7.25 per hour, to $15 per hour.
Democrats fail to realize the impact of this spending, which will ultimately decrease the value of the dollar, and also fail to understand the detrimental effect that raising the minimum wage would have on the cost of living.
Republicans have spoken out against Biden’s spending plans, including Senator Rick Scott of Florida.
“We cannot simply throw massive spending at this with no accountability to the current and future American taxpayer,” the senator said in a statement.