No Republicans Voted for Biden’s $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Bill: A Closer Look

Published on March 8, 2021

Seth takes a closer look at Republicans trying to derail the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill passed by the Senate while whining about Dr. Seuss.

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  • Alison Diaz 1 month ago

    Anybody notice Jonathan Swann’s face while spineless graham was talking? To me it looked like, ” I can’t believe this clown actually believes that the twice IMPEACHED orange buffoon has ‘magic’!”

  • Matthew Besson 1 month ago

    Wow Kyrsten Sinema a babe! Hello Nurse! Damn!

  • Mike Thomas 1 month ago

    Republicans…politicians for hate, and the oh so important racism!🖕🏾

  • Clutchyfinger 1 month ago

    Republicans are so upset about Dr. Seuss, because it’s one of the few books on their reading level, mostly because half the words don’t actually exist, like their conspiracies.

  • PhantomSlay5612 1 month ago

    I fear that the more I attempt to comprehend what just happened with the Dr. Seuss reading, the more mentally insane I’ll become.

  • Torrance Kilcoyne 1 month ago

    What dance number is there in Our Town?

  • elephant march 1 month ago

    Again, NOBODY was pulling Green Eggs and Ham dumbass, nor any of the Suess books you’ve actually HEARD about. And even the books you ARE talking were not banned, they were pulled by the publishing company. Whether or not you agree with their reasons, they ARE allowed to do that as a free market enterpise.

  • Dusty Jones 1 month ago

    The GQP only cares about one thing and one thing only, themselves and money they don’t care about the poor they don’t care about people they only care about themselves🙄 That’s why Democrats won everything That’s why we have the White House the Senate and the House.

  • Mirico Bladetail 1 month ago

    Gaming companies, Zoom, Amazon, and food delivery services probably want the pandemic to continue.

  • BaMenace 1 month ago

    Republican lawmakers: “We don’t believe that fellow Republican citizens are worth.. or deserve, A minimum of $15.”

  • Ricardo Chucky 1 month ago

    great to see how Ted Cruz just keeps the misinformation based on racism to further our society into a deeper shithole.

  • Mir Akbar 1 month ago

    It’s beyond me why do these people lie so blatantly and call themselves conservatives.

  • dorpth 1 month ago

    Let them eat green ham!

  • BnaBreaker 1 month ago

    Don’t ever forget that Republicans voted against providing $1.9 trillion in relief to Americans most in need during a global pandemic, but voted enthusiastically for roughly that same amount in tax cuts to billionaires and corporations just three years ago. It’s not about the money to them. It’s about giving handouts to their billionaire donors who in turn help them maintain their grip on power. Period. Democrats, for all their flaws, are firmly for the people, while Republicans have basically become an anti-democracy clown cult that stands for nothing but fake outrage culture war bullshit and giving handouts to the ultra elite.

  • кคקק๏гtєг 1 month ago

    Republicans love their truthiness.

  • Randy Cleveland 1 month ago

    Good, only 9% of the funds actually go directly to American citizens. What an abortion bill!

  • Beck Waldman 1 month ago

    Oh republicans

  • Rubi Bellwood 1 month ago

    No Sam I do not like green eggs and ham.

  • Ry 1 month ago

    Wtf. Lol

  • Dan Cardoza 1 month ago

    Republican cities and states will still take the money.


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