“It’s not a plan that tinkers around the edges,” President Joe Biden said Wednesday in Pittsburgh of his $2 trillion “American Jobs Plan.” No freaking kidding: It’s half of his master plan to utterly remake the nation in the name of recovery from the pandemic. America is reopening thanks to vaccines developed in record time, and the economy is all set to return to the pre-COVID boom. Rather than get government to get out of the way as everyone gets back to work, Biden aims to spend unprecedented sacks of cash to grow the government and let Democratic interest groups gorge. Step Two, his “American Families Plan,” drops in a few weeks with another $2 trillion in spending. This comes on top of his $1.9 trillion so-called “COVID relief” package — and the $4 trillion Congress OK’d last year, a quarter of it still unspent. “This is the moment to reimagine and rebuild a new economy,” the White House says. Why, other than the fact that Democrats think they can get away with it? The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said in February — before Biden’s first big bill passed — that the economy will reach its previous peak by mid-year, no new federal cash baths needed.