U.S. House Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) today put House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on notice after it was reported that China has cut climate talks with the United States over her Taiwan visit.
In a three-part tweet, Greene first noted that “87,000 IRS agents will be hired with $80 billion taxpayer dollars when the Senate Reconciliation bill passes this weekend.”
“And they’re buying more guns & ammo too. Lower to middle income Americans & small businesses will be the primary targets of Democrat’s new IRS force,” Greene explained, while sharing a table that showed the breakdown of the plan.
Greene then suggested that “This new version of Biden’s Build Back Better more appropriately named Bring Back Blackouts (because) of it’s insane foolish energy failing agenda will force Americans literally in the dark. Wind turbines & solar panels aren’t developed enough for reliable energy sources.”
“China has cut off all climate talks with the US (because) of Pelosi’s Taiwan trip & they are heavily increasing coal & fossil fuel energy (because) their number one goal is economic world domination,” Greene pointed out.
Greene concluded by declaring that “This Democrat Reconciliation bill helps China achieve that goal by putting America last!”
87,000 IRS agents will be hired with $80 billion taxpayer dollars when the Senate Reconciliation bill passes this weekend.— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene?? (@RepMTG) August 5, 2022
And they’re buying more guns & ammo too.
Lower to middle income Americans & small businesses will be the primary targets of Democrat’s new IRS force.
According to the Associated Press, China has now cut off contacts with the U.S. on vital issues which include military matters and crucial climate cooperation.
Concerns have risen that the Communist government’s hostile reaction to Pelosi’s Taiwan visit could signal a lasting, more aggressive approach toward its U.S. rival and the self-ruled island.
White House spokesman John Kirby has condemned the decision to end important dialogue with the United States as “irresponsible.”
However, Kirby insisted that some channels of communication remain open between military officials in the two countries.
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