On Monday’s broadcast of NBC’s “Late Night,” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said that President Joe Biden and all but two Senate Democrats “wanted to go a lot further than the Inflation Reduction Act in transforming our energy system away from fossil fuel.”
The 2 Democratic US Senators that Sanders has been publically attacking, for preventing Biden’s radical agenda from being forced down the throats of America, with zero GOP support, are Joe Manchin (WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (AZ).
Manchin and Sinema have refused to sign onto Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s push to end the legislative filibuster.
With the filibuster removed, the most radical wishes of the Communists could become law.
Sanders spoke about the limits of the Inflation Reduction Act, the stark contrast between rising consumer prices and rising corporate profits, and student loan forgiveness.
Sanders stated, “Look, what the President wanted, what I wanted, what I think 48 members of the U.S. Senate Democrats wanted, is transformational change in this country. We wanted to make at least community college tuition-free.”
“We wanted to expand Medicare. You know, there are millions of elderly people in this country who can’t afford to go to a dentist, can’t afford hearing aids, can’t afford eyeglasses. We wanted to go a lot further than the Inflation Reduction Act in transforming our energy system away from fossil fuel,” Bernie added.
We wanted to deal with the dysfunctionality of child care, make pre-K free for working families in this country. We wanted to build millions of units of affordable housing, putting people to work doing all of that.
In other words, what we wanted to do, Seth, is finally tell the American people that their government worked for them and not just billionaires. We were two votes shy, and I think those two votes are going to hurt us a whole lot,” Sanders continued.
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