Biden Bits: Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal (Day 2)

Biden Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

It’s Wednesday.

I hate people. Not you people. Mostly Twitter People.

For Wednesday, August 11th, 2021, President Biden has received his daily brief. Late morning D.C., time, President Biden will meet virtually with business, university, and health care leaders to find ways to get more people vaccinated against the coronavirus. Early afternoon President Biden will offer remarks on his Build Back Better agenda. After his remarks President Biden will meet virtually “with Governors, Mayors, and other state, local, and tribal officials to discuss the importance of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.”

Daniel Dale is still on vacation.

President Biden has tweeted 2 times so far for Wednesday; I’ll be sharing one down thread and one right here…

Flashback

*End flashback*

When Biden Bits was posted for Tuesday, President Biden had tweeted 3 times. He added 5 tweets giving him a Wednesday Tweeting Total of 8 tweets and 0 retweets.

As you can imagine all 5 of his added tweets as well as the 3 seen in yesterday’s Biden Bits center around the Bipartisan Infrastructure bill (H.R. 3684, the INVEST in America Act) that passed the Senate 69-30 on Tuesday. The bill now heads to the House where progressive members (that’s the dumb Democratic members of the House) are urging Speaker Pelosi to ensure midterm defeats thus giving us possibly a Rep. Kevin Mcfucktwat speakership, by combining their unicorn and rainbow wants to the Bipartisan Infrastructure bill. CNN has the letter in which they state their Unicorn and Rainbow wants.

Anyhoo, on-ward with the tweets…

Good-paying jobs =’s not minimum wage jobs (it could also = union jobs).

The video stream is 37 minutes and 7 seconds long. President Biden begins speaking at the 5 minute and 27 second mark. His full remarks can be found here.

President Biden (5:55): After years and years and years of “Infrastructure Week,” we’re on the cusp of an infrastructure decade that I truly believe will transform America.

So, in a goal to provide some new, not the same repeated information regarding the infrastructure plan, I stumbled down a rabbit hole. So, instead, just for giggles here is a Meidas Touch video of all the times Twice Impeached 45’s admin had “infrastructure week”.

Given it’s almost noon D.C., time, I only verified the first Spicy clip.

Twice Impeached 45 has according to Liz “I am Donald Trump” Harrington issued several statements…

The several tweeted out statements are not posted to his website I refuse to link…as of yet…

President Biden (16:47): This is transformational. I know compromise is hard for both sides, but it’s important — it’s important, it’s necessary — for a democracy to be able to function. So, I want to thank everyone on both sides of the aisle for supporting this bill. Today, we proved that democracy can still work. A lot more work to do. But I want to thank the Republican — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell for supporting this bill. And I want to give special thanks to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. Your leadership, Chuck, in the Senate was masterful.

The video is 11 seconds long.

President Biden: The Senate just passed my infrastructure plan in a bipartisan way. We’re on the cusp of a fundamental transformation on American infrastructure. America is on the move again.

I think he means this and not the infrastructure bill.

CNN says:

Senate Democrats approved a $3.5 trillion budget resolution early Wednesday morning, setting the stage in the weeks and months to come for the party to craft and attempt to pass a sweeping economic package expanding the social safety net that President Joe Biden has made a signature agenda item without the threat of a filibuster from Republicans who oppose it.

The vote was 50-49 and the measure passed after a lengthy series of amendment votes known as a “vote-a-rama,” which started on Tuesday afternoon and went until just before 4 a.m. ET.

The Democratic-controlled House must next take up and pass the budget resolution. Majority Leader Steny Hoyer sent a letter to colleagues Tuesday saying the chamber planned to return the week of August 23 to consider the budget resolution.

CNN. 08/11/2021.

The daily press briefing is scheduled for 12:15 p.m. D.C., time.

President Biden’s remarks on his Build Back Better agenda are scheduled for 1:15 p.m. D.C., time.

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