The Attorneys General for over a dozen conservative states teamed up to threaten the Joe Biden regime with legal action. They sent an official nastygram off to our new Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, outraged that she’s letting Congress get away with usurping their sovereign authority.
Biden regime oversteps authority
Conservatives are convinced that the Biden regime pulled some unconstitutional moves with the $1.9 trillion coronavirus economic relief package.
After a big video conference between the Attorney General offices of a dozen conservative states, they all signed off on a letter demanding old Yellen issue formal clarification that Congress didn’t really do what they seem to have done. Otherwise, they’re going to sue.
Our new Treasury Secretary used to be the top trainer of the “creature from Jekyll Island,” otherwise known as the “fed.” She took over as Federal Reserve chairman when Alan Greenspan stepped down.
The AGs are convinced that the Biden regime got a little too sneaky when they allowed Congress to inject $350 billion into the relief package designed to “help states and counties offset the cost of dealing with the pandemic.”
In an obscure and complicated way, what Congress did essentially limits the ability of the state governments “to lower taxes for citizens should they want to.”
It seems picky but it’s important because it allows the federal regime to create “an unprecedented and unconstitutional intrusion on the separate sovereignty of the States.”
The devil is in the details
As Imperial Leader Joe Biden has been telling America, in a publicity tour with Empress Jill and Vice-leader Harris, the American Rescue Plan still has a few bugs to be worked out. For instance, someone’s going to have to pay for it and it’s going to be you.
His Wisdom is already warning that taxes are going to go through the roof, “discussing a potential future tax hike to pay for the administration’s policy agenda.” His regime will figure it out, he insists. “It’s one thing to pass a historic piece of legislation like the American Rescue Plan, and it’s quite another to implement it,” Biden said on Monday. “The devil is in the details.”
Along those lines, Palace spokesunits have been defending the regime by parsing the bill’s language. The AG’s are demanding that Yellen “confirm that the American Rescue Plan Act does not prohibit States from generally providing tax relief.” That’s absurd, officials scoff.
“If a state does cut taxes without replacing that revenue in some other way, then the state must pay back to the federal government pandemic relief funds up to the amount of the lost revenue.”
The regime is great at twisting the facts to use however they like. The bill, a treasury department flunky insists, “does not say that states cannot cut taxes at all” but instead “simply instructs them not to use that money to offset net revenues lost if the state chooses to cut taxes.”
That sounds like double talk to most Americans and it will take a team of judges to sort it all out in the long run.