Just Before Christmas – New 1.7 Trillion Spending Bill Being Proposed: They Want More Taxpayer Dollars To Further Fortify Themselves Against The Very People That They Are To Serve!
“What I have found, and continuously find, is that in the light of the law, this is redistribution of this country’s wealth as is it treason at every given level (Luke 22:48; Article III, Section 3).”
Before getting to this topic, I would have the reader understand that I could literally go back to administration after administration to show you that this is not new. It is the same agenda being pushed by all of them, which is indebting the present and future generations (Psalm 37:21).
Yet, the reason for this topic being covered is that I would have the American people to have a knowledge as to where the money is going. What I have found, and continuously find, is that in the light of the law this is redistribution of this country’s wealth, as is it treason at every given level. As American politicians are allowed by its constituents to spend this economy into oblivion, do understand that there is a day coming where we will be bankrupt if it is not stopped! Let me give you a few examples when it comes to what is on the docket to further indebt this country. Pay attention to the details.
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Here’s what’s in the bill:
More aid for Ukraine: The spending bill would provide roughly $45 billion to help support Ukraine’s efforts to defend itself against Russia’s attack.
About $9 billion of the funding would go to Ukraine’s military to pay for a variety of things including training, weapons, logistics support and salaries. Nearly $12 billion would be used to replenish US stocks of equipment sent to Ukraine through presidential drawdown authority.
Also, it would provide $13 billion for economic support to the Ukrainian government. Other funds would address humanitarian and infrastructure needs, as well as support European Command operations.
Overhaul of the electoral vote counting law: A provision in the legislation aims at making it harder to overturn a certified presidential election, in a direct response to the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.
The changes would overhaul the 1887 Electoral Count Act, which then-President Donald Trump tried to use to overturn the 2020 election.
The legislation would clarify the vice president’s role while overseeing the certification of the electoral result to be completely ceremonial. It also would create a set of stipulations designed to make it harder for there to be any confusion over the accurate slate of electors from each state.
Funding for January 6 attack prosecutions: The bill would provide $2.6 billion for US Attorneys, which would include funding efforts “to further support prosecutions related to the January 6 attack on the Capitol and domestic terrorism cases,” according to a fact sheet.
The package also gives $11.3 billion to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, including for efforts to investigate extremist violence and domestic terrorism.
The funding measures are part of nearly $39 billion that would be for the Justice Department.
More support for the environment: The package would provide an additional $576 million for the Environmental Protection Agency, bringing its funding up to $10.1 billion. It would increase support for enforcement and compliance, as well as clean air, water and toxic chemical programs, after years of flat funding.
It also would boost funding for the National Park Service by 6.4%, restoring 500 of the 3,000 staff positions lost over the past decade. This would be intended to help the agency handle substantial increases in visitation.
Plus, the legislation would provide an additional 14% in funding for wildland firefighting.
Additional funding for the US Capitol Police: The bill would provide an additional $132 million for the Capitol Police for a total of nearly $735 million. It would allow the department to hire up to 137 sworn officers and 123 support and civilian personnel, bringing the force to a projected level of 2,126 sworn officers and 567 civilians.
It would also give $2 million to provide off-campus security for lawmakers in response to evolving and growing threats.
FBI headquarters: There was also no final resolution on where the new FBI headquarters will be located, a major point of contention as lawmakers from Maryland – namely House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer – pushed to bring the law enforcement agency into their state. In a deal worked through by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the General Services Administration would be required to conduct “separate and detailed consultations” with Maryland and Virginia representatives about potential sites in each of the states, according to a Senate Democratic aide.
Afghan Adjustment Act: Also not included in the spending bill was the Afghan Adjustment Act, which would have helped Afghan allies who run the risk of deportation from the US. It would have given those evacuees a pathway to lawful permanent residency before their temporary status, known as humanitarian parole, expires in 2023. Many congressional Republicans raised concerns about vetting and other issues, but the legislation’s supporters, including former US military leaders, argued those worries have been addressed.
Legislation to extend and expand Special Immigrant Visas for Afghans who worked with the US during the war there and want to come to America is included in the spending bill.
In conclusion: They want more money to aid and abet Ukraine, where the head operative is a actor, a comedian, a Nazi, and a sodomite (Leviticus 18:22).
They want more money from the taxpayers to fortify themselves against the American people.
The bill would provide $2.6 billion for US Attorneys, which would include funding efforts “to further support prosecutions related to the January 6 attack on the Capitol and domestic terrorism cases,” according to a fact sheet.” This all comes under the guise of the orchestrated Jan 6 events.
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media. Article by Bradlee Dean.