President Trump called out the leaders of the Democratic Party today in a tweet, blasting them for not approving the legislation to aid small businesses.
Americans and even their fellow Democrats have been calling on the leaders to approve the $250B for small businesses. NY Democrat Rep. Max Rose who spoke out yesterday on Fox News called for an end to inserting pork into this emergency aid bill: “If, for a second, you think that this is an opportunity to insert some random tenets of the Green New Deal, some random things that support the Kennedy Center, or anything else that the far-left calls for, this is not the time.”
President Trump called on Pelosi and Schumer to approve the help desperately needed, and then he said they should end their “ENDLESS VACATION.”
PELOSI WAS UNABLE TO EXPLAIN WHY SHE’S BLOCKING THE MONEY OR SMALL BUSINESSES:
Nancy Pelosi struggles, near speechless when asked to “explain to those small businesses” why she is blocking more funding for the Paycheck Protection Program. Note that she tries to blame Leader McConnell, but it’s the Republicans who are begging Pelosi to approve the money:
HOUSE MINORITY LEADER REPUBLICAN KEVIN MCCARTHY SPOKE OUT ABOUT PELOSI’S PRIORITIES:
Apparently the Speaker of the House thinks it’s more important to showcase her freezer full of gourmet ice cream than to fund paychecks for millions of Americans who are at risk of losing their jobs.
Apparently the Speaker of the House thinks it's more important to showcase her freezer full of gourmet ice cream than to fund paychecks for millions of Americans who are at risk of losing their jobs. pic.twitter.com/ukI1LMXqe2
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) April 16, 2020
MCCARTHY ALSO TOLD SEAN HANNITY:
“Nancy Pelosi is holding up approval of more money that would keep the small businesses afloat, keep their employees paid for and paying their rent. But, Nancy Pelosi says no because every moment of the time she wants to play politics and try to change history…just as she tries to blame this president, President Trump, who took that action.”