Schumer Tells Senate Vote To Proceed On Infrastructure Could Come Tonight 1

Schumer Tells Senate Vote To Proceed On Infrastructure Could Come Tonight

 

NBC News' Sahil Kapur brings us the latest on the infrastructure deal and reports "senators believe they have hashed out an agreement that resolves all the major issues that had been hanging up these negotiations for weeks now."
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43 comments

  1. What does a Trump supporter and a bottle of beer have in common?
    They’re both empty from the neck up.

    1. @psycobleach46 tullis and his wife didn’t have to go find him at the cafe when he was in Europe last month either right?

    2. @psycobleach46 tullis So, the White House had to clarify his remark after the 20,000,000,000,000,0000,000,000 TiK ToK, Instagram, You tube, FB, etc memes that all understood perfectly the continued daily gibberish? LOL (how did you even know this occurred then, if it wasn’t scoffed by countless 10s and 10s of millions? )
      And come on, aren’t you getting tired of the hourly by hourly clean up of gaffe after gaffe after gaffe of this bozo? And do you REALLY want to be looking for transcripts of a indecipherable 4 word reply every day for the next 3 1/2 years? LOL)
      Maybe if you “Harass” your potential, I repeat, if you “harass” your full potential, you’ll be fine.. LOL

    3. ALL the beer bottles ive seen since the 60s are empty ALL the way thru;

      kinda like opinionists… (alotta people are saying)

      thats since my sixties, not the “19hundred” version

    1. I would have been laughing so hard while making a “Bat Boy” profile. The phrase sums up my childhood. The amount of days spent in line at the grocery store with my parents, reading about Brangelina and Bat Boy… ah, those were the days.

    2. Last time democrats were THIS mad…was when Republicans were taking their slaves away

    3. @Dirty Dirt McGogurt – “Jennifer Aniston and Taylor Swift in bitter fued over love of Bat Boy” – Weekly World News

    1. @Gary Campbell You’re arguing that broadband internet is not infrastructure? During a pandemic where people have to work and get educated from home? I bet you think you should be able to hire slaves, too.

    2. @Cyclone : Never said a word about broadband and internet. In today’s world ? that IS infrastructure.

    3. @Gary Campbell I know exactly what was in the bill. I won’t be surprised if the only thing you would be happy with is more money to the wealthy.

    4. @Gary Campbell hmmm selective memory? Maybe you recall when republicans rammed a bill through (within days), that gave 2.5 trillion to the richest in the land! No word on “extra crap” then…

    1. @Br1gHtBVrN : Then tell democrats to write bills where the only thing in the bill are items directly concerning the bill. There’s your holdup.

    2. @Br1gHtBVrN Progress to what, and most of the elected officials in office now no matter which team they are on, do nothing to change anything. Just empty words and promises to keep themselves in office and convince the voting public that they will make progress and change things. And this so called progress…one size does not fit all.

    3. @Gary Campbell I’ve heard this before. Do you know that will slow down litigation to a grinding halt? I hear you but this could make the situation much worse

  2. I am both Optimistic & Skeptical. I am Optimistic in the HOPE that an Infrastructure Deal can get Done. Skeptical in that there is no Deal At This Time/Moment. I will take a Wait And See Approach.

    1. Dwight Nishimura : It would have passed weeks ago if dems would just get all the social crap out of it.

  3. Great! Where is the other bill? You know the one that has the stuff people actually want in it and doesn’t sell half our country’s infrastructure to corporations

  4. I’ll believe it when I see it. The whole government has been chasing its own tail for years now.

  5. Get the bipartisan bill through! Don’t tie the two bills together! I am former Republican with the Democrats now but I see trouble ahead on the second bill. Progressives are going to have to compromise on 2nd bill to get full 50 on board. Please don’t screw this up

  6. Forget, “do nothing Republicans ” make it happen for the progress of the country, or risk falling further behind china

  7. republicans and conservatives are looking pretty bad at those first day of 1/6 Commission hearings — so quick, finally agree to vote for something the vast majority of Americans want: a big infrastructure/jobs/climate action bill – so as not to look like obstructionists they are . Will Moscow Mitch agree to let his trump cult vote for it.

  8. Stop calling it the bipartisan vs reconciliation bills. It is the exclusively-white-people-negotiated bill vs the multiracial-negotiated bill.

  9. USA ANTIQUE INFRASTRUCTURE: “The eyes of history are on this appointment.” – Buttigeig.
    1964 Japan’s first bullet trains were put in service and the the first Beatles album was released.
    1998 China started the construction of 36,000km of high speed railways and high speed trains.
    2021 USA still has NO high speed trains and NO safe overpasses or apartment blocks.

  10. I’m happy to see the parties finally come together. Now the hope is that the money will be spent wisely.

  11. Only Joe Biden can bring everyone to the table in agreement like this. He’s a uniter, not a divider.

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