IMPORTANT DETAILS – Secretary Mnuchin Outlines Details of Recovery Bill Democrats are Blocking…

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin discusses the steps the White House is taking to mitigate economic pain and suffering being felt by businesses and workers.  The U.S. economy has essentially been shut down In an effort to deal with the spread of the Chinese coronavirus; there are worries that parts of the economy will never recover if a rescue package doesn’t quickly reach businesses and workers. [Important Conversation]

Mnuchin helped design a relief bill to protect the economy and U.S. workers, and ensure the economy is able to restart quickly. Democrats are blocking proactive the emergency bill to take advantage of the crisis with demands unrelated to economic needs.

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167 Responses to IMPORTANT DETAILS – Secretary Mnuchin Outlines Details of Recovery Bill Democrats are Blocking…

  1. visage13 says:

    Why is Bannon so hell bent on closing down the country? Gov Desantis and FL said closing down FL is not going to happen right now and he would revisit it at the 15 day mark following Pres Trump’s lead.

    Liked by 1 person

    • thedoc00 says:

      Bannon and Fredo Cuomo Senior are drinking from the same fountain of stupid as Joe Biden.

      Liked by 3 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Bannon is full of himself and has no accountability to anyone, so he can spew whatever cockeyed ideas he dreams up without fear of anything.

      He is sharp on some issues but completely blockheaded on others. Very inconsistent IMHO. There’s no mystery at all why POTUS invited him to leave.

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      • Tulips Moran (@tulipsmoran) says:

        Give people a microphone and you soon realize they’re merely talking to themselves! I listen to the Pandemic shows but Bannon is increasingly tying his ego to the virus and it’s coming off shortsighted and WRONG. He hasn’t even considered there may be more to this than just a virus rapidly infecting folks. Just my take.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      DeSantis has already closed down the gym and restaurant businesses, limited the number of people that can work the carry-out line (5 max) at fast-food places, closed down the state parks and many of the beaches. He’s no golden boy in this.

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      • Abster says:

        I’m pretty surprised at DeSantis doing that. I know Miami Ft.L beaches closed last week. All spring breakers left and gravitated to Central Florida. They, in turn, closed down those beaches, disallowed a lot of public parking and added very hefty fines for violators in order t clear out kids. With the breakers gone, I would think beaches are the healthiest place to be. Sun and salt air.
        Hell, I still say get out and walk, run every day. Everybody needs sun and fresh air. Next it will be rickets!

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  2. Max Tadpol says:

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  3. nerveman says:

    Dems want to run the money through their states. I had the honor of using state unemployment ……Once. In Ohio. There is no way the states can manage that. I was continually on the phone until I said piss on your 320.00 per week. And never ever ever try and work to supplement it.You are just set to be a victim and owe it back. Unemployment civil servants make the TSA look like geniuses. It will be a total cluster&uck.

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    • Tulips Moran (@tulipsmoran) says:

      Your experience is clearly tilted…Actually the State UI Depts are perfectly equipped to do just that…they must verify eligibility and household dependents. their systems are fully computerized with debit cards that load the benefit funds and spend like debit/credit cards. PDJT should reappropriate funds as block grants to individual states to draw from as they add to UI benefits. Direct checks have NO way of verifying a displaced worker and his legal dependents. Direct checks would be by application and every layabout and illegal would be putting in a claim.

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      • nerveman says:

        Who do you think has your W2s and 1099s ? I can tell you from first hand experience the state will be overwhelmed. My family owns and operates 8 locations of the biggest fast food corporation in the world. I know exactly how dysfunctional my state government is. Including workmans comp. It is a complete nightmare. We shall agree to disagree.

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  4. Liberty Forge says:

    The Left is screaming about a $100 million ‘miscellaneous’ slush fund with a 6-month time span.

    I’m skimming thru the actual legislation, and I can’t find that anywhere in the bill. But, they are insisting it’s in there.

    Can anyone help me find it?

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  5. ncedgar says:

    Trump should ask people to call their Democrat Congress Critters and urge them to pass a bill that addresses the Coronavirus and not election law, unionism, voter registration and all of the other unrelated BS that is holding them up from doing their job for the American people.

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  6. One must nevertheless very-politely ask …

    “Who began the program” which lead to this catastrophe?

    Whose ‘buck’ is it, now? Harry Truman would say that it is yours.

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  7. Angus D says:

    More of Nancy and Chucks madness

    -Publication of corporate pay statistics by race and race statistics for all corporate boards
    -A bail out on all current debt at the Postal Service
    -Required early voting
    -Required same day voter registration
    -Provisions on official time for union collective bargaining
    -Full offset of airline emissions by 2025
    -Publication and reporting of greenhouse gas statistics for individual flights
    -Retirement plans for community newspaper employees
    -Federal $15 minimum wage
    -Permanent paid leave
    -Study on climate change mitigation efforts

    It reads like the Good Comrade’s Guide to Communism

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