The Senate passed Biden’s $1 trillion infrastructure bill on Tuesday with the help of 17 Republicans when much of the bill “has nothing whatsoever to do with infrastructure.”
- Today Biden announced the passing of his infrastructure bill.
- Seventeen Republican senators voted with all 50 Democrats on Wednesday to advance the infrastructure deal.
- The bill is 2,702 pages long.
- The bill will now be sent to the House for further vetting.
WHAT’S IN THE BILL:
- Tucker Carlson reported the bill includes making “science denial official.”
- The bill will “enshrine gender identity in federal law.”
- It will “allow the government to track your driving” in order to “charge you a fee for every mile you go.”
- “Scariest of all,” says Carlson, “this bill requires all new vehicles in the United States to come with monitoring technology such as eye-scanners or breathalyzers.”
THE 17 REPUBLICANS WHO VOTED TO MOVE THE BILL FORWARD:
- Roy Blunt (Mo.)
- Richard Burr (N.C.)
- Shelly Moor Capito (W.V.)
- Bill Cassidy (La.)
- Susan Collins (Maine)
- Kevin Cramer (N.D.)
- Mike Crapo (Idaho)
- Lindsey Graham (S.C.)
- Chuck Grassley (Iowa)
- John Hoeven (N.D.)
- Mitch McConnell (Ky.)
- Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)
- Rob Portman (Ohio)
- Jim Risch (Idaho)
- Mitt Romney (Utah)
- Tom Tillis (N.C.)
- Todd Young (Ind.)