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One of the main concerns about Mike Johnson (I shared it too) was that he was too inexperienced to be speaker. He has only been a representative for six years and has never even chaired a committee.
But today he unveiled a masterpiece – $14 billion in aid for Israel paid for by cutting IRS funding the same amount. He separated aid to Israel off from that ginormous, $106-billion swamp bill that would provide aid to Israel, Hamasistan, Ukraine, and Taiwan and supposedly secure the southern border, which is just good policy. Instead of dumping everything in one pot, you make much better decisions if each thing is voted on separately.
If you vote against Mike Johnson’s bill, you tag yourself as an anti-Semite (Rashida, we’re looking at you). And you side with more audits for ordinary Americans.
He is swimming in a pool full of sharks, but today he made one sure-footed movie.Published in