U.S. House, in 275-134 vote, passed bill for $2,000 individual direct payments. House considered bill under expedited "suspension of the rules" procedure requiring a 2/3rds majority for passage.— Greg Giroux (@greggiroux) December 28, 2020
How did your congressman vote on $2,000? Mine voted "nay"https://t.co/496WI8hySp— Hunter Wallace (@MisterBlackPill) December 29, 2020
Here is the congressional vote for the $2000 stimulus checks. pic.twitter.com/ZaoIxjNYwA— Gabe F. Guidarini (@GabeGuidarini) December 29, 2020
The House vote on $2,000 stimulus checks: 231 Democrats and 44 Republicans were Yea, 2 Democrats, 2 Independents and 130 Republicans were Nay. It barely cleared the 2/3rds threshold.
At least 100 Republicans voted yea. https://t.co/9z8qF5UiPq— The Columbia Bugle ?? (@ColumbiaBugle) December 29, 2020
The NDAA vetoed by Trump contains this provision, approved on a fully bipartisan basis, that would restrict his ability to withdraw troops from Afghanistan until an elaborate "report" is submitted — because there haven't been enough "reports" compiled in the past 19 years pic.twitter.com/TDBreQSvMA— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) December 24, 2020
Over 100 Republicans voted to override Trump's veto on the NDAA and voted against raising the stimulus checks to $2,000 pic.twitter.com/dC31yXx1Fu— Greg Price (@greg_price11) December 28, 2020
Here is your new Republican Party.
44 Republicans backed Trump and voted for $2,000 stimulus checks.
109 Republicans broke with Trump and voted to overturn his veto of the 2021 NDAA which 1.) keeps American troops in Afghanistan, 2.) costs $740.5 billion dollars (strangely, the performance art “deficit hawks” voted for it), 3.) renames military bases named after Confederate generals and 4.) contains within it the United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2020 which will provide Israel with $3.3 billion dollars in military assistance every year through 2028.