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AOC Says Infrastructure Bill Is Too Small. Biden’s Senior Advisor Responds | All In | MSNBC


Senior White House economic advisor Brian Deese and Mehdi Hasan talk about the president’s new infrastructure plan—and whether it’s a big enough investment. Aired on 04/01/2021.
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    1. @Independent Andy hundreds of billions to schools, 100s of billions more to mostly dem cities and states who can’t balance a budget. Wanna try to dispute that?

    2. One of the biggest criticism about the COVID Bill was that too much money went to education, but they are also strong proponents of schools re-opening. So, they want the schools to open but don’t want to pay for them to ensure the schools are safe for reopening.

    3. You’ve been misled slightly. The talking point is that 9% has anything to do with Covid which is slightly true as only 9% goes to vaccine manufacturing and hospitals. The rest of the bill is entirely dedicated to Covid response but does not specifically deal with the virus itself. I.e. The stimulus, money for schools, childcare assistance, rent/home assistance, unemployment aid, etc. This is all, in my opinion, exactly what the bill should have been focused on. Vaccines/Hospitals have already gotten a lot of funding, the American people needed help.

    4. I thought it was just 9%. I’ll make the same bet I’ve made with all of you dimwits that claim this. I’ll bet you $1400 that you can’t produce a verifiable itemized list that totals $1.52T (80% of $1.9T) of non-Covid related items from the law.

  1. To paraphrase Senator Everett Dirkson, “A trillion here, a trillion there. Pretty soon we’re talking about some real money”.

    1. How about we just print 50 trillion dollars off pay off our national debt and give everyone a million dollars? This has a not how an economy works.

    2. Its 2 trillion over 10 years, also its for infrastructure it pays for its self. Bridges, roads, airports, dams, electric grid needs to be fixed and updated there is no choice. If there is no investment they fall apart and country economy tanks. Its like if airline companies decided plane maintenance was to expensive so stopped but kept flying anyways.

    3. Inflation is going to skyrocket. I hope everyone is ready. The Fed better start raising interest rates right meow.

    1. The more I read the news the smaller my brain is getting I think. Nothing I read make any since anymore. I guess it called progress, but i guess I just a geezer.

  2. Last year, AOC remarked on video that she had “finally discovered” the purpose of her home garbage disposal. Those were really big girl steps…

  3. They think Americans don’t understand basic econ101. Printing money makes it less valuable.
    Hint: if you have long term debt you win…

  4. They are talking high paying jobs!?!?….after they raise the corporate tax to 28%, every reasonable company will leave the country taking the existing jobs with it, and we are going back to Obambi era prospective, “burger flipper” in fast food chains.

  5. We the People need to stop this, the problem is we have tyranny, not liberty. “When the people fear the government there is tyranny, but when the government fears the people you have liberty.” Patrick Henry

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