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With much pomp and circumstance, Biden took a victory lap on the Hill when he signed his long-awaited trillion dollars “socialist” infrastructure bill. This in large part was due to a few House Republicans voting in support of the unpopular bill thus helping him get it across the finish line. Never mind the fact the bill will bring on more hardship to the average American citizen in the way of new taxes or that it will seek to gain access to our children under the guise of Pre-k schooling for all. In reality, schooling is just a way to indoctrinate children in Marxism at a young age and create activists.
The hosts of “After Dark” aren’t going along with the Biden Administration’s celebratory socialist agenda being pushed on the American people. And interestingly enough, some radical Democrats don’t support the bill. They feel it doesn’t go far enough to meet the goals of their radical agenda. The hosts also discuss Senator Matt Hawley’s push to bring back “masculinity” which he said is under attack by the left. Rounding out the discussion is the trial of Ahmaud Arbery and Kyle Rittenhouse.
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