Senator Kirsten Cinema from Arizona – an intelligent Democrat.
This week, the U.S. House of Representatives threatened Senator Nancy Pelosi for refusing to vote on an infrastructure plan.
The Arizona senator protested against the House speaker on Twitter.
The cancellation of the U.S. House vote on the Bilateral Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act deprives millions of Americans of new salaried jobs and hurts families on a daily basis.
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– Kyrsten Cinema (enSenatorCinema) October 2, 2021
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Senator Cinema left the city to return home to Arizona to see his foot doctor during the recent uprising at his party.
Liberals are not satisfied.
And isn’t it rich? En senator movie Misses the vote and flies home to get that from the big party when she holds the bill, and she dares to complain to the movie against their representatives who went to do the work they didn’t do.
– Cheryl Goodell (CRG678) October 2, 2021
Fox News reports:
Sen-Kirsten Cinema, D-Ariz, tore down the Democratic leadership on Saturday, describing it as an “unforgivable” failure to vote on the Bilateral Infrastructure Bill – a move he said betrayed the trust of the American people.
“The failure of the US House of Representatives to vote on infrastructure investment and jobs legislation is unforgivable and deeply frustrating for the various communities in our country,” the middle-class Democrat said in a lengthy statement. “The denial of millions of Americans better paid jobs, safer roads, clean water, more reliable electricity and better broadband only hurts families on a daily basis.”
The vote on the bipartisan law in the House was delayed because the far-left wing of the Democratic Caucus refused to support the bill unless the Left agreed to a separate ড 3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package with spending priorities and tax increases.
Democrats have acknowledged that there was no vote to pass the infrastructure bill, but talks were underway with moderate Democrats, including Cinema – to come to an agreement on a reconciliation package. Moderates have tried to bring down the bill’s huge price tag, which could pass the Senate without Republican Philistine if it could boost support for 50 Senate Democrats.