Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) was the lone House Democrat to vote against a $484 billion aid package to help small businesses and hospitals Thursday youtube listen downloaden. aoc votes against

The bill provides $310 billion in funding for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), a small business rescue fund, $60 billion in economic disaster loans for businesses, and $75 billion in emergency relief for hospitals sky ticketen.

The House passed the bill by a 388-5 margin.

AOC’s Problem

 
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In an interview with CNN’s Manu Raju, Ocasio-Cortez argued that her ‘no’ vote was about avoiding “giving Republicans what they want.”

Because that should be a deciding factor as to whether or not you help American businesses and employees who are struggling during an economic crisis canon my image garden herunterladen.

“McConnell is already talking about the deficit the moment we talk about getting people relief,” complained AOC. “That to me is a signal that Republicans are done.”

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AOC Is Not Done

Republicans signaling that they have to pull back the reins on these federal bailouts, of course, is not going to sit well with the New York Representative, who has made it quite clear that the government needs to start handing out cash to illegal immigrants too hardstyle for free.

She had a meltdown on the House floor when the previous stimulus was being debated, arguing that illegals who pay taxes should have been considered for payments recovery image for the surface.

 
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Ocasio-Cortez would also like to see rent payments halted in any subsequent legislation.

 

She Loves Job Losses aoc votes against

While voting against providing relief to small businesses and workers, AOC has been very openly celebrating job losses in America because she knows the results will hurt President Trump slender free play.

Earlier this week, she advised workers to boycott their employers when the coronavirus crisis clears and businesses begin to open up.

“When we have this discussion about going back or reopening, I think a lot people should just say ‘no’- we’re not going back to that,” she suggested herunterladen.

 

Also earlier this week, AOC tweeted and deleted a message celebrating the oil industry’s massive nosedive and subsequent loss of jobs it would entail.

“You absolutely love to see it,” wrote Ocasio-Cortez. “This along with record low interest rates means it’s the right time for a worker-led, mass investment in green infrastructure to save our planet *cough*.”

Is there any Democrat out there willing to just help the American people because it’s the right thing to do, not only if it means pushing their radical agenda?

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