BREAKING!! US Senate Tackle Joe Biden, Says He Is Already Making Serious Errors
On his first day in office, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell accused Joe Biden of taking “several major steps in the wrong direction,” saying the new administration should concentrate on “creating good-paying American jobs, not sacrificing the livelihoods of our people to liberal symbolism.”
The minority leader, speaking from the Senate floor, said the new president should “remember he does not owe his election to the far left.”
Executive orders aimed at addressing the COVID-19 crisis, rejoining the Paris Climate Accord and shielding gay and transgender people from discrimination in workplaces, schools and other areas were among the Biden administration’s first steps.
Democrats and rights organizations widely endorsed the plans and enacted crucial policy promises from the 2020 campaign that won Biden the highest number of votes ever in a presidential election.
Revealing specifics of the measures, Biden said that when it comes to solving the crises we face, there was “no time to waste,” adding: “That’s why I’m heading to the Oval Office today to get right to work delivering bold action and immediate relief for American families.”
Biden also took steps to block the construction between the U.S. and Canada of the highly contentious Keystone XL oil pipeline, resolving concerns from environmental activists and indigenous leaders.
On the very first day of the Biden administration, it took some huge measures in the wrong direction,” McConnell said, condemning his actions by revoking a key pipeline permit, rejoining the environmental agreement, and firing a National Labor Relations Board general counsel appointed by Trump.”
McConnell said: “If and when our Democratic friends depart from common sense, if they withdraw from common ground, if their proposals harm the common good, then we will use the power given to us by the American people to push for what is right.”
“The President can and should reorient his administration to create good-paying American jobs, not to sacrifice the livelihoods of our people to liberal symbolism.”
In order to allow the former president time to prepare his case, McConnell also suggested extending the start of Donald Trump’s impeachment trial to February.
Many other Republican senators have voiced resistance to the new administration’s first moves.
“A familiar trope from the Trump campaign team repeated to Wisconsin Representative Bryan Steil that with his initial actions, Biden was “supporting far-left priorities.
Biden set the tone on day one for what is to come in his administration: to legislate by executive orders, to advocate large expenditure bills, and to support far-left priorities that undo years of economic growth and job creation,” he said.”
“A similar critique was offered by Florida Representative Kat Cammack: “The inaugural address of President Biden concentrated heavily on unity, bringing the country back after the discord we’ve endured.
However, the latest EOs that he has just signed cater to the Left, ignoring the measures needed to move America forward.