Biden’s Build Back Better Plan has already faced widespread pushback in Congress and from the American public. The $2 Trillion spending and tax cut bill is filled with proposals unrelated to infrastructure, like giving amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants. Not only is the bill costly and stuffed with Democrats radical left wing wish list, industry leaders are saying they don’t want or need the subsidies it offers. Elon Musk, who’s company would receive some of the subsidies in the Build Back Better Plan, said it should be scrapped.
Elon Musk: Honestly, It might be better if the bill doesn’t pass. Honestly, I would just can this whole bill. Don’t pass it. That’s my recommendation.
Reporter: What about the support for the charging network? There are parts of the bill…
Elon Musk: Unnecessary. No. Do we need support for gas stations? No. No we don’t. So there’s no need for support for a charging network. I’d just delete it. Delete. I’m literally saying get rid of all subsidies. If we don’t cut government spending something really bad is going to happen.
Industry leaders and politicians alike have come out against Biden’s Build Back Better agenda. House Democrat Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hi.) came out against the Build Back Better plan in a FOX News interview last month.
“Here’s the reality with the bill that they’re continuing to push forward, is that our government is too powerful and too big even as it is and this bill is only gonna make matters worse” she goes on to say that the provisions in the bill are too “vague” and that it will be “unelected bureaucrats who end up deciding how these provisions are implemented.” This will lead to them being able to “stick their noses into every aspect of our lives”, She said.