Biden Contradicts His Entire Stance on COVID in 1 Interview
Joe Biden wants to go big when it comes to COVID-19 relief. “Right now, Congress should come together and pass a COVID relief package like the HEROES Act that the House passed six months ago,” the presumptive winner of the presidential election said during a news conference Nov. 16, according to a transcript. “Once we shut down the virus and deliver economic relief to workers and businesses, then we can start to build back better than before.” The HEROES Act, passed by the Democrat-controlled lower chamber, involves $2 trillion in aid. That’s on top of the trillions we’ve already spent. If the Democrats end up winning both Georgia runoffs in January and gain control of the Senate — and decide the filibuster is for dupes — that price tag could get even heftier.