RINOs are preparing to betray conservatives to hand Joe Biden this massive victory

RINOs in Congress are racing to cut backroom deals with Democrats.

They know the clock could be ticking on Joe Biden’s Presidency.

And RINOs are preparing to betray conservatives to hand Joe Biden this massive victory.

The Republican establishment has begun talks with Democrats about cutting to a deal that they claim will help get massive budget deficits under control.

These bipartisan budget deals have centered on the same basic framework that former President Barack Obama and former House Speaker John Boehner tried to reach in their “grand bargain.”

RINOs and Democrats in Washington, D.C.’s “Swamp” come together for a classic bait and switch.

As a “compromise,” Congress agrees to raise taxes in exchange for spending cuts to get the budget back under control.

But this is nothing more than a “Swamp” tactic to raise taxes.

Taxes are raised immediately while spending cuts are really just promises to slow the growth of future spending increases of programs that lawmakers have no plans to follow through with.

GOP budget chair tells Republicans to raise taxes

Rep. Jodey Arrington (R-TX), the chair of the House Budget Committee, warned Republicans that they’ll need to raise taxes to fix the country’s budget mess.

“It’s only fair to have both revenue and expenditures on the table,” Arrington told Semafor. “The last time there was a fix to Social Security that addressed the solvency for 75 years, it was Ronald Reagan and Tip O’Neill, and it was bipartisan. It had revenue measures and it had program reforms. That’s just the reality.”

RINOs are so scared of coming out in favor of tax increases that they’re calling it raising revenue.

Congress has an out-of-control spending problem, not a tax problem.

The federal government is bringing in a record amount of Americans’ hard-earned money through taxes but budget deficits grow as spending increases.

RINOs have plan to raise taxes

Arrington is working to put together a bipartisan fiscal commission to work on reducing the debt.

The 16-member commission would only need nine votes to send its proposal to cut spending and raise taxes to Congress for a vote.

The commission would give RINOs cover to raise taxes while claiming they’re cutting spending.

Americans for Tax Reform and other conservative groups warned the commission “is a tax trap designed to get Republican fingerprints on a tax increase in exchange for ‘spending cuts’ that never materialize.”

Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush both signed off on bipartisan fiscal commissions that raised taxes with promised spending cuts that never happened.

“In 1982 Democrats made a ‘bipartisan grand bargain’ with President Reagan promising $3 in spending cuts for every $1 in tax increases. Result: The tax increases happened, the spending cuts did not. Reagan regretted getting lied to and later said, ‘We never got the $3 in spending cuts,’” the letter states.

The “Swamp” is going back to its old playbook to get another round of massive tax increases. 

*Renewed Right Official Polling*