This women truly believes the American people are dumb enough to believe the endless White House lies about Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” spending plan, which adds trillions to the national debt and is paid for by middle-class tax increases.
On Monday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki claimed that an official score released by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) showing that Biden’s Build Back Better Act could be significantly more expensive than he has led the American public to believe was a “fake score.”
A fake score?
Is the Biden administration so desperate to conceal the facts about “BBB” that they’re willing to call economic data “fake”?
It appears that precisely what Jen Psaki did despite multiple non-partisan analysis to the contrary.
The CBO score evaluated Biden’s agenda under the assumption that the programs in it would not expire and would eventually be made permanent.
The CBO said in a letter to Sen. Lindsey Graham:
“The Congressional Budget Office and the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation project that a version of the bill modified as you have specified would increase the deficit by $3.0 trillion over the 2022–2031 period.”
Fox News White House Correspondent Peter Doocy asked Psaki to explain why Biden keeps insisting his “Build Back Better” spending plan adds “zero dollars” to the national budget, and is completely paid for, despite conflicting studies which claim otherwise.
Psaki launched into an immediate defense, calling the CBO score “fake” based on a bill that isn’t actually being voted for.
In other words, by using semantics and technicalities, Psaki was able to worm her way out of the line of questioning since the final Build Back Better bill has yet to be agreed upon.
So then how will Americans decide if they support an incomplete bill and why is the Biden administration touring the country to promote it?
Really makes you think…
You can watch the full exchange below:
DOOCY TIME: Biden says BBB won't "add a penny to the deficit. The CBO has this new score where they assume that social programs are going to be made permanent…It would add almost $3 trillion, so does that mean…[he] will commit that [they're] not going to be made permanent?" pic.twitter.com/Icmbg1xMB4
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) December 13, 2021
The entire future of the Biden administration rests solely on their ability to convince Congress to pass it and Americans to support it — both of which have failed thus far.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth