Nancy Pelosi has one goal in mind for the coronavirus outbreak.
And that is to ride this national emergency to political power.
But Nancy Pelosi got hit with a coronavirus reality check that will have her seeing red.
The House and Senate have finally passed a $2 trillion economic relief package.
Democrats tried to load it up with socialist goodies by delaying the bill’s passage for days.
They finally relented, but to get Democrat support, Speaker Pelosi told angry members of her caucus that she would direct negotiations on the next relief package and it would be a Democrat bill that reflected their socialist agenda.
One example Pelosi floated was a bailout for government union worker pension funds.
In an interview with Fox News, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell shot down the idea of stuffing a necessary relief package with hundreds of millions of dollars in bailouts for government unions.
“Well, we have a pension problem. But it’s not related to the coronavirus. That’s why it’s not in the bill. The emergency bills that we may have to pass in the future need to be related to the subject. And that was a problem here. … So, we’re not going to use these virus relief bills as a way to pass Democratic policy proposals. That’s not what this emergency’s about,” McConnell told Fox News.
Government unions are the number one campaign contributor to Democrats.
That’s why Pelosi is so eager to bail them out.
But Democrats asking the average American to fork over taxpayer money as part of a massive bailout to pay off the party’s top campaign contributor has nothing to do with stopping the spread of the coronavirus.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.