Sunday, January 23, 2022

Fraudsters Cash in as Dems Shovel Out Billions and Billions in COVID Relief; 9 Reasons Not to Pass Yet Another Federal COVID-19 ‘Relief’ Spending Package, and other C-Virus related stories

Fraudsters cash in as Dems shovel out billions and billions in COVID relief:
If a few billion dollars get carted off by bandits, or chewed into confetti by squirrels, or blown into the nearest river, after a brief chastened look, the Democrats always come back with: “Hey, we think we have a new solution: Spend more money again!” Their latest idea is to upchuck $1.9 trillion (not $2 trillion — they’re not crazy or anything) on yet another COVID relief package.
They’ve already appropriated some $6 trillion in fighting COVID, though. That’s more than we spent fighting WWII, which cost about $4.1 trillion in inflation-adjusted dollars. Unlike in the ’40s, though, we’ve pretty clearly lost World War C. COVID has killed way more people than Hitler and Hirohito did, and unlike the Third Reich, it’s never going to go away. So while we’re getting used to the Forever Virus, we might as well pause for a sec and wonder: What the heck did all that spending buy us?
So far, $100 billion of it has been straight-up stolen, “resulting in the arrest of more than 100 suspects who span the spectrum from individuals to organized groups,” according to a CNBC report. Don’t worry, though, the feds are on the case, and so far they’ve recovered … $2.3 billion.
So that’s settled, then, except for the 97.7% unaccounted for, and of course all the stolen billions that we don’t yet know about. --->READ LOTS MORE about the Fraudsters HERE
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9 Reasons Not to Pass Yet Another Federal COVID-19 ‘Relief’ Spending Package:
Now almost two years since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and after $6.6 trillion in total federal spending on it—the equivalent of $51,600 per household—some policymakers want to pass yet another so-called COVID-19 relief package.
Not only has Congress already spent more than it should have, some of the previous COVID-19 relief spending is actually hurting our economy today by adding to problems like rising costs, supply chain problems, and an unprecedented labor shortage.
The following are nine reasons why Washington should not enact any more COVID-19 spending.
1) Unspent Funds: There’s still $989 billion in COVID-19 relief that hasn’t been spent. According to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget’s COVID money tracker, there’s still nearly $1 trillion in COVID-19 relief funds that have yet to be committed or spent. That’s equivalent to $7,700 per household across the U.S.
If policymakers enact any further COVID-19 spending, it should come exclusively from already authorized funding, including more than $200 billion in unspent health funds. --->READ MORE HERE
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