Even many Dems have had enough of Joe Biden’s COVID ’emergency’


    from WND:

    Huge Senate majority calls for end to designation

    Even many Democrats now have had enough of Joe Biden’s COVID “emergency” extensions.

    According to Becker News, 12 Democrats in the U.S. Senate, and one independent who aligns with Democrats, have voted against extending Biden’s designation further.

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    Biden recently had demanded that that status be continued until April 2023, but in the Senate, a vote of 62-36 said it should end.

    The move was led by Sen. Roger Marshall, a Republican from Kansas, and got support from all of his party.

    The report noted, “While it is unclear if the House of Representatives will immediately take up the measure, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is now on borrowed time. Her tenure at the top of Congressional leadership is set to come to an end on January 3, 2023 with the projected incoming Republican-led House.”

    Democrats joining in the effort to curtail Biden’s power were John Hickenlooper of Colorado, Tim Kaine of Virginia, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Chris Murphy of Connecticut, Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire, Jon Tester of Montana, Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, Mark Warner of Virginia, Sen. Cortez-Masto of Nevada, Jacky Rosen of Nevada and Chuck Schumer, of New York.

    Maine’s Angus King is the independent.

    The “emergency” declaration, extended 90 days at a time, has been used in various ways to suspend the law for nearly three years.

    Biden has used it as a pretext for suspending student loan payments, imposing a rent moratorium, and he is demanding that his powers be continued, with his threat to veto any move to end that authority.

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