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Tom Cotton Cuts To Chase: “Biden has surrounded himself with a team of incompetents”

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Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton called out Joe Biden for his failing presidency that has seen inflation, supply chain chaos, the debacle in Kabul on ‘The Ingraham Angle” last night. Tom said:

“Biden has surrounded himself with a team of incompetents, but they are also ideological and arrogant as well, which is a toxic combination for the American people. 

“I think it’s important to remember that what the American people are seeing right now is not like an unintended consequence or an accident, it’s the specific design of Joe Biden and the far left’s policies. 

“They want you to pay $4 or $5 a gallon for gas because they want you out of your pickup truck or your SUV. They want you to ride in a small compact electric vehicle or a bicycle or a scooter or whatever it is that Pete Buttigieg takes to work this week.

“They want the border to be open. They think borders are racist and xenophobic, and nativist. They want this country flooded with illegal migrants to help drive down the cost of working-class White jobs and reward their businesses supporters with more cheap labor. 

“None of these sayings are unintended consequences or accidents, they are the intended results of incompetent ideologues in this White House,” he said.

There is more trouble on the horizon for the Dems.

From The Hill:

Senators are bracing for their debate over President Biden’s climate and social spending bill to keep them in Washington until, and potentially into, the holidays. 

The timeline for the legislation has repeatedly slipped, but Democrats say they want to get it done this year even if that means working into Christmas or beyond, when Congress typically tries to take a weeks-long break. 

House Democrats are hoping to pass the bill this week, with the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) planning to release an analysis by the end of the day Friday. But even if the House sends the bill across the Capitol, it could still be weeks before it comes up in the Senate. 

“It’s going to be intense,” said Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.). “I’m hoping we have off between Christmas and New Year’s, but I’m expecting we will run it up until pretty close to Christmas.” 

Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.), asked when he thought Congress would be wrapped for the year, guessed: “New Year’s Eve.”