Spanberger complains about BBB’s cost, voted for it anyway

Source: US National Republican Congressional Committee

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During an interview Abigail Spanberger complained about the cost of Biden’s trillion dollar socialist spending spree, Build Back Better.

Just one problem: Spanberger voted for the boondoggle.

Is Spanberger already regretting her vote for trillions in new spending that will make the inflation crisis even worse?

The New War on Christmas

Source: US National Republican Congressional Committee

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Forbes reports “Christmas trees will cost a lot more this year” because of the inflation crisis Democrats caused.  

NRCC Comment: “Even Christmas trees aren’t safe from the inflation crisis caused by Democrats’ reckless spending and inability to manage the supply chain.” – NRCC Spokesman Mike Berg

Popular NH restaurant closes, thanks to Democrats

Source: US National Republican Congressional Committee

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WMUR reports that popular New Hampshire restaurant Northland Restaurant and Dairy Bar is permanently closing for good this month.

The restaurant cites rising prices and staff shortages as the reason for the decision.

Chris Pappas and Annie Kuster have voted in lockstep with the Democrats’ massive spending packages that have caused higher prices and staffing crises. 

How many more NH businesses have to close before Kuster and Pappas realize they are hurting Granite Staters not helping them?

Maloney lies about BBB

Source: US National Republican Congressional Committee

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Sean Patrick Maloney claimed that the Build Back Better plan is paid for and will not increase inflation.

But in an op-ed, Steven Rattner, Counselor to the Secretary of the Treasury during the Obama Administration, blamed Democrats for the current inflation crisis and argued that BBB will exacerbate inflation. 

Perhaps, Sean Patrick Maloney should be running for the exits, like his fellow NY colleague, rather than lying to his constituents.

#BidenBorderCrisis: Vol. 161

Source: US National Republican Congressional Committee

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#BidenBorderCrisis: Vol. 161

The Congressional Budget Office has released a new report showing more than 6.5 million illegal immigrants would receive amnesty if the Senate passes Democrats’ “Build Back Better” socialist spending spree. 

The bill also grants illegal immigrants taxpayer-funded benefits like free community college and child tax credits.

NRCC COMMENT: “It’s easy to understand why more migrants are illegally crossing the U.S. border than ever before – Democrats are literally paying them if they come.” – NRCC Spokeswoman Torunn Sinclair

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Biden coming to Minnesota

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Today Joe Biden, who is deeply unpopular in Minnesota, is flying in for a photo op with Angie Craig.

NRCC Comment: “Angie Craig’s lockstep support for Joe Biden’s record of higher prices, skyrocketing crime, and open borders will cost Craig her seat in the midterms.” – NRCC Spokesman Mike Berg

DCCC Chair not surprised by bad polls & Biden’s low approval

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This isn’t what vulnerable House Democrats want to hear from DCCC Chairman Sean Patrick Maloney.

When asked if Maloney was satisfied with the job Biden is doing he flat out said, “No I’m not satisfied,” and added, “I’m not surprised” by the generic ballot showing Democrats are trailing Republicans.

With vulnerable Tom Suozzi announcing  he’s quitting Congress, these comments by DCCC Chair Sean Patrick Maloney will not inspire confidence in House Democrats who are considering jumping from the sinking ship. 

Murphy tired of toxic work environment

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Stephanie Murphy is not happy in Congress. She whined to CNN calling the work environment “toxic” citing “Dem-on-Dem violence.”

Eighteen House Democrats have made the smart decision to quit Congress rather than lose in 2022.

Will Stephanie Murphy join them and leave Democrats’ toxic brand behind?

Fox News: Inflation sparks financial insecurity in Maine

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Fox News reports Mainers’ heating bills are through the roof and they are laying the blame squarely on Democrats, like Jared Golden.

One Mainer says, “I just know that I did not have these types of problems before President Biden took office…I didn’t have these concerns. I [attribute] it 100% to Washington, D.C.”

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BANGOR, Maine – Mainers, who heavily rely on home heating oil to survive the winter, told Fox News they’re already being forced to make difficult decisions due to inflation.

“We nudge our thermostat down lower and lower during the day, trying to save some money there,” 63-year-old Cindy Lavertu, of Bangor, said. “I’ve never worried before. I’ve never worried about getting supplies like right now. I’ve never stocked up before.

“I just know that I did not have these types of problems before President Biden took office,” Lavertu continued. “I didn’t have these concerns. I [attribute] it 100% to Washington, D.C.”

Former Maine Rep. Bruce Poliquin, a Republican who is running to retake his seat in 2022, said the situation is getting scary.

“How in the heck are our seniors on a fixed income going to pay for this?” Poliquin asked Fox News. “At the same time, we have working families with kids struggling to get ahead. … It’s inflation, it’s heating oil costs, specifically up here in central and northern Maine, that are really hurting our families.”

Rep. Jared Golden, a Democrat who unseated Poliquin in 2018, said money Washington, D.C., is pumping into the system is partly to blame.

“I think some of this obviously comes out of the pandemic and disruptions there,” Golden told Fox News. “Some of it is … a lot of money has been dumped into the economy.

“First, with things like the CARES Act, which we did in the last Congress and the last administration,” he continued. “Good reasons behind it, but I think as we see more money coming in, that’s also causing inflation.”

Many Mainers live paycheck to paycheck, according to Penquis President and CEO Kara Hay. Her nonprofit works with low- and moderate-income families to help them become financially secure.

“We simply don’t have savings,” Hay told Fox News. “A single gap in wages can be very detrimental.”

“So, that could mean caring for a sick loved one or having a child safely quarantined from school after exposure to COVID,” she continued. “When those situations happen and there’s a gap in wages, our families and individuals are spiraling negatively toward financial insecurity.”

“When you add to that increased heating costs, utility costs, food costs, gas costs, home costs, we’re seeing a significant impact on Maine families,” Hay said.

Meanwhile, Lavertu told Fox News: “I would advise somebody in Washington to come walk in my shoes for 30 days. Have my health care for 30 days. Come grocery shop with me on my income for 30 days.”

“I think it would give a totally different perspective to these people to see how the average American consumer lives,” Lavertu added. “Nothing is free. So whatever that we’re spending, that’s got to come from someplace, it’s coming out of somebody’s pocket.”

“And unfortunately, it seems to be the average middle-class American that feels that the most,” she said.

Biden announced earlier this week he will release 50 million gallons of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.