For twenty days, from the day the first death from coronavirus was known,
Democrats did nothing about it. Instead, Judeo-Democrats Schiff and Schumer were too busy with the president’s
impeachment trial — a trial CINO fake Christian Pelosi had delayed unnecessarily from reaching the Senate for several weeks.
To the extent that the Judeo-MSM commented on coronavirus at all, it was only to tear up
the president’s remarks or to call him a racist. They told the nation that Trump,
not the Chinese, nor even coronavirus itself, was a threat to the national security of the United States.
Never to let a good crisis go to waste, they found a way to use the
Chi-Com Red Death as an excuse to stab Trump in the heart anyway.
Congress made it against the law for specifically Trump's private
businesses to receive a dime of the money from the Stimulus package.
One rebuttal could possibly be that it was not just Trump who could not
be saved, but anyone who was a signature; hence not a Bill of
Attainder. This may be faintly believable, UNTIL, the originators
prove their true intent in adding this provision, by specifically
naming Trump's industries as the reason for the provision, as to who
will not get any stimulus funds.
$2 Trillion Dolar Stimulus Package
has a glaring
Bill of Attainder
If there is one thing I know, Congress is not allowed to
pass any law which specifically targets -- a specific individual
, even our President.
Chuck Schumer is one loathsome Jew to exclude the President
of the United States, in his private life, from the same privileges and protections
the rest of us get in our private life. But oh boy does Chuck Schumer love the
special protections he gets as a Senator.
The Supreme Court will
correct this injustice, and the Judeo-MSM will make hay with it until then, but what a
sorry political stunt!!!
of the United States
The Migration or Importation of such Persons as any of the
States now existing shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited by the
Congress prior to the Year one thousand eight hundred and eight, but a Tax or
duty may be imposed on such Importation, not exceeding ten dollars for each
The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be
suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may
No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.
Definition -- Bill of Attainder
A bill of attainder (also known
as an act of attainder or writ of attainder or bill of penalties) is an act of a legislature declaring a person or group
of persons guilty of some crime and
punishing them, often without a trial. As with
attainder resulting from the normal judicial process, the effect of such a bill is to nullify the
targeted person's civil rights, most notably the right to own property (and thus
pass it on to heirs), the right to a title of nobility, and, in at least the
original usage, the right to life itself. Bills of attainder passed in
Parliament by Henry VIII on 29 January 1542 resulted in the executions of a
number of notable historical figures.
the guise of "Conflict of Interest", Congress excluded everyone signing
the bill from receiving any benefit from the stimulus bill. Yet, our
President is not responsible for legislation, that is the job of
Congress; hence, no conflict of interest; hence no cause for a conflict of interest.
You see, one true definition of a highly corrupt conflict of interest
is Congress allocating themselves a taxpayer slush fund to bribe and
pay off women who claim to have been sexually molested by the
congressmen who passed the bill. Which they did. (Snopes calls this
accusation FALSE here, even as Snopes shows how the secrecy is done in plain view.)
Donald Trump is BANNED from bailout funds for his businesses as Democrats crow
that his family and Jared Kushner are specifically excluded from $2 trillion aid package
* Senator Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Republicans have finally
reached a deal on the phase three economic stimulus package
* The $2 trillion bill is expected to be voted on and passed Wednesday
* Schumer lauded that the new bill includes prohibiting Donald Trump
and his family's businesses from benefitting from the bill
* It will 'prohibit businesses controlled by the President... from
receiving loans or investments from Treasury programs,' he wrote in a
Dear Colleague letter
* After passage, the bill will move to the House and lawmakers hope to
have it on the president's desk for signing by the end of the week
were finally able to strike a deal overnight on the $2 trillion rescue
package to address the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, after
Democrats blocked the first two versions of the GOP-backed bill.
Minority Leader Chuck Schumer wrote in a Dear Colleague letter early
Wednesday that the new bill includes a provision to 'prohibit
businesses controlled by the President, Vice President, Members of
Congress, and heads of Executive Departments from receiving loans or
investments from Treasury programs.'
'Our unity gave us important strength and leverage in negotiations,' Schumer lauded.
White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the
president's companies being left out of the new bill's benefits.
Schumer also claimed that the most recent version is more worker friendly.
the American people we say, big help, quick help is on the way because
we face about the most unprecedented health crisis we have,' the New
York Democrat told CNN Wednesday morning.
indicate they are finally ready to sign the phase three economic
stimulus package Wednesday, which includes a measure that prohibits Donald Trump's family businesses from receiving benefits from the coronavirus relief.
said all details of loans to corporations from the $500 billion fund in
the $2 trillion package would be published and subject to Inspector
General's oversight, but did not address the ban on the president and
his family benefiting.
The revelations of a deal came around 1:00 a.m. and brought an end to
five day of marathon negotiations with Senate Majority Leader Mitch
McConnell vowing to get the deal passed in the upper chamber Wednesday.
and gentlemen, we are done. We have a deal,' the White House
legislative affairs director Eric Ueland announced from the Capitol
of the Senate gaveling out just before 2:00 a.m., McConnell and Schumer
delivered brief remarks on the Senate floor confirming a deal had been
reached, and praising the package.
is hoping to get the bill to the president's desk for signature by the
end of the week as House leaders indicate they are looking at an
expedited process to pass the relief package once it reaches their
legislation aims to flood the reeling economy with capital by sending
$1,200 checks to many Americans, creating a $367 billion loan program
for small businesses and setting up a $500 billion fund for industries,
cities and states.
followed days of vicious partisan infighting and impassioned Senate
floor speeches over what to include, in what ultimately may be the
largest emergency rescue package lawmakers have ever passed.
claimed Democrats were able to secure several other provisions in the
package over the last few days by blocking the first two versions
proposed by Republicans, even though McConnell claimed they were
bipartisan in nature.
his early morning letter, Schumer lauded they were able to secure an
extra month of unemployment insurance, $55 billion more for hospitals
and healthcare centers, a ban on allowing companies to use relief money
for stock buybacks and eliminating a $3 billion bailout for oil
companies, among a list of several other measures.
some Republicans may disagree with provisions detailed in the newest
version of the bill, it is expected to have the votes needed to pass
through the Senate.
senior Republican aide pushed back on Schumer's claim that Democrats
are the reason many of these measures were included in the final
Chuck Schumer's list, I half expected that the next thing I read would
be the Minority Leader taking credit for inventing fire. The reality is
that almost every significant 'win' he's taking credit for, is actually
a Senate Republican idea,' the aide asserted.
Republicans included three months of unemployment insurance in the
CARES Act this past weekend, and did not oppose adding a fourth,' the
senior GOP aide added to illustrate one example.
Schumer delayed life-saving aid to medical professionals and
significant relief for families and small businesses in order to claim
credit for wins that are either bipartisan or Republican ideas,' the
hold up in passing the bill came as Democrats claimed the Republican
version had major 'problems' and didn't even meet the minimum
requirements they laid out for inclusion.
also claimed the first two versions included too much support for
bailing out corporations and businesses and not enough focus was put on
directly assisting Americans economically affected by the coronavirus
on the other hand, claimed Democrats were trying to include measures in
the package that they said had nothing to do with relieving those
affected by the fast-spreading respiratory disease.
The bill, however, always included sending money directly to Americans in the form of a $1,000 check.
higher incomes, the checks would get smaller, according to the latest
version, and it would be directly deposited into people's bank accounts
in the next several weeks.
Tax Foundation estimates that 93.6 per cent of tax filers will get a
check. It's unclear how the bill will deal with those who do not file
taxes, but experts recommend quickly filing for 2019 even for those who
owe the government nothing.
Trump and others lamented that Democrats were trying to get their 'wish
list' passed in the bill, including parts of the Green New Deal, like
setting new emission standards for airlines and giving tax incentives
for companies that use solar and wind power.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi returned to Capitol Hill Monday, she
proposed her own version of the phase three package as senators
struggled to reach a deal with the White House.
had even more criticism for that version, which included putting aside
$35 million for the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington,
D.C., a multi-purpose performance center.
the House hopes to vote on the new bill by Wednesday or Thursday by
bringing it to the floor by unanimous consent, one lawmaker could screw
up that plan by objecting to the request.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a champion of the Green New Deal, told MSNBC
in an interview Tuesday night that she wants to see more done – like a
moratorium on student loans and mortgage and rent payments.
claimed that $1,000 wasn't enough to help struggling families who still
are responsible for paying these expenses despite potentially losing
their shifts as businesses shut down during the outbreak or losing
their jobs completely as companies struggle financially.
New York lawmaker slammed the bill for not including provisions that
require companies who take money from the government's stimulus package
to adhere to certain requirements, like being unable to fire their
deal reached Wednesday morning aims to cushion the economic blow from a
pandemic that has killed nearly 800 people in the U.S., infected almost
55,000, shuttered thousands of businesses, thrown millions out of work
and led states to order 100 million people – nearly a third of the
population – to stay at home.
money at stake in the stimulus legislation exceeds what the U.S.
government spends on national defense, scientific research, highway
construction and other discretionary programs.
Secretary Steven Mnuchin and congressional leaders engaged in final
negotiations Tuesday. While the two sides had resolved many issues in
the sweeping package, some sticking points remained.
trying to finalize all the documents, going through a lot of
complicated issues, and we're making a lot of progress,' Mnuchin, who
has taken lead on negotiating the package on behalf of the White House,
said earlier Tuesday.
Ravaged in recent days, stocks recovered a great deal as negotiators signaled a resolution was in sight.