WASHINGTON, D.C. — House Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) joined Fox News Channel’s The Ingraham Angle last night to discuss how voters from across the country rejected Democrats’ socialist and anti-parent policies. Whip Scalise emphasized that voters were furious with President Biden and Speaker Pelosi for prioritizing their radical left base instead of the needs of struggling American families, workers, and small businesses. In addition, Whip Scalise emphasized that Democrats should abandon their far-left tax-and-spending spree and, instead, fix their self-made border, inflation, supply chain, energy, and national security crises. Whip Scalise praised parents for sending a clear message that they are the ones in control of their children’s education.
On Democrats’ doubling down on their failed policies after their agenda was rejected by the American people:
“They keep doubling down on the failures that the voters last night said in blue states, these weren’t swing states, purple states, these were hard blue states like New Jersey and Virginia, where voters said enough of the spending. Quite frankly, the spending is what’s leading to the inflation [crisis.] And their answer is today to try to go back and pass this crazy multi-trillion-dollar bill to pay people not to work, to tax people. There’s [a] natural gas tax in their bill, that taxes low-income families, middle-income families, [tax] them to then give $450,000 checks to people who came in illegally.”
On the Biden Justice Department wanting to give $450,000 to illegal immigrants and comparing parent protests to domestic terrorists:
“That’s his Justice Department that’s negotiating that. The same Justice Department, by the way, that was going after parents saying that they’re domestic terrorists if they go to the school board meeting to say, ‘Stop teaching your kids to hate America.’
“And Merrick Garland, who they said would be a moderate on the Supreme Court – what a joke that is – Merrick Garland still won’t resend that order because they want to go down the far-left, big government socialist path. The voters don’t want it.”