Seventy-nine days ago, Speaker Pelosi said “we can’t go home” without a bipartisan coronavirus deal. A few days later, the House went out of Congressional session for August recess with no deal.
Since then, House Democrats have blocked 39 attempts by Republicans to re-open the Paycheck Protection Program – which has $137.5 billion remaining.
On top of that, Democrats have not joined Republicans in signing Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler’s (WA-03) discharge petition to bring up Chabot’s legislation.
Democrats, now back in their districts, can’t spin this fact: They’ve have had numerous opportunities to join Republicans to provide support to America’s small businesses and their employees, but they’ve stood with Speaker Pelosi and her liberal wish-list instead.
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