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Could Kyrsten Sinema Single-Handedly Sink The Dem’s Massive Tax Hike/Global Warming Bill?

Once again, Americans are relying on so-called “moderate” Democrats to help them fend off even more economic disaster.

Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D–AZ) may be the last sane person to oppose the Democrats’ massive tax increase and the climate change bill.

After fellow “moderate” Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) folded like a lawn chair and came to an agreement with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) on the bill, all eyes are now on Sinema to see which way she will vote.

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Sinema Savior

According to The Hill Sinema would not say exactly where she will be landing.

Of the provisions of the latest bill, Sinema has been on board with the 15% minimum corporate tax on companies, but has opposed closing the so-called “carried interest loophole.”

The Political Insider wrote previously about the contents of this bill.

Of the massive amount of new revenue coming in the door, $369 billion will go right back out for spending on “energy-focused climate programs” over 10 years.

The tax increases, roughly $739 billion over 10 years, will come from “$313 billion through a 15-percent corporate minimum tax, $288 billion from empowering Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices, $124 billion from strong IRS enforcement of tax law and $14 billion from closing the carried interest loophole for money managers.”

But here’s the kicker: The Democrats openly plan to pass the bill in the Senate through reconciliation – bypassing the filibuster and not needing a single Republican vote. 

The bill would have been dead if Sinema opposed it, even if no Republicans voted to increase taxes or spending.

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Be at Odds with the Party

Joe Manchin, Kyrsten Sinema, and Joe Manchin were once on the wrong side. Since they hold the Senate majority, Democrats have tried to eliminate the Senate filibuster.

Back in January, when Sinema and Manchin were the two holdout Democrats opposed to ending the filibuster, their fellow Democrats, quite amusingly, played the race card on each other, calling the Senate procedure the “Jim Crow filibuster.” And anyone apparently in favor of it were, wait for it, white nationalists.

Sinema pointed to Democrats use of the filibuster to make changes to a then-pending police reform bill, and made a rational assessment of why the filibuster was used saying, “Those filibusters were mounted not as attempts to block progress, but to force continued negotiations toward better solutions.”

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Party of Women

Kyrsten Silena has been subject to the anger of her party’s members before. Alyssa Mstromonaco was the ex-White House Chief of Staff, Operations. She had written a substandard description of Sinema in January due to her disagreement on Sinema’s filibuster.

“You guys, I have real issues with her. There are multiple. She talks about the ‘disease of division. Joe Biden had just finished giving the speech. [his]Way up the Hill. So anyway, it’s the s—tiest, grossest, most disrespectful thing she could’ve done. I think she’s a c—. That’s what I have to say.”

Sinema was also the victim of some other extreme leftist behaviour. Unhinged leftists were able to follow Sinema into the bathroom, up to the door of the toilet, last year after she opposed the $3 trillion Build Back Better bill.

On Friday, a spokeswoman for Sinema said she was, “reviewing the text and will need to see what comes out of the parliamentarian process.” According to a report from The Hill, Schumer seems confidant about Sinema’s vote. 

Sinema must now choose between record-breaking inflation or a large tax and spending increase during a recession. 

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