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GOP Senate Seeks To Gridlock Biden, Preventing Him From Pushing Liberal Pleasing Agenda

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If Joe Biden is officially certified as the president, he’s likely going to have a very hard time getting anything passed that might help him get in the good graces of liberals in Congress and his far-left constituents, as the Republican Party looks to hold on to the majority in the Senate.

Biden himself seems to be hoping that he can model his own presidency after Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s and shove through New Deal style legislation and doing a bunch of executive orders during the first 100 days he is to be in office.

But without control of the Senate, it doesn’t look like he’s going to get what he wants.

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Biden bragged about his broad coalition that helped him win the Nov. 3 election. But his spectrum of supporters, ranging from far-left activists to disaffected Republicans, won’t make it easy for him to govern. With diverse policy interests and priorities, he’ll no longer have an anti-President Trump sentiment to bind them all together.

Bill Dauster, a chief of staff to former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, agreed the liberal Democratic agenda hinges on the Georgia races. Otherwise, the Senate will remain a place where good ideas go to die, he said.

“Legislation like strengthening voting rights, expanding healthcare coverage, combating climate change, gun background checks, raising the minimum wage, universal pre-K, campaign finance reform, paid family leave, D.C. statehood, protecting workplace democracy and unions, and police reform will stand little chance if Sen. McConnell continues to lead the Senate,” Dauster told the Washington Examiner.

Dauster stated that he believes liberal Democrats understand the situation and will apply pressure to Biden to use executive fiat to push through their agenda.

“Some progressives will want to try to shame Republicans into addressing some of the larger social issues facing our country legislatively, but I don’t expect that they’ll succeed,” Dauster said.

Dauster also stated that he think there might be some common ground for Republicans and Democrats concerning a coronavirus relief package, as well as investments in infrastructure, higher education, community health centers, rural broadband, and the extension of the Child Tax Credit.

“These don’t add up to a bold progressive agenda, but they’re not nothing,” Dauster commented.

The bottom line is, the radical leftists out there will not be able to easily pass their pet projects and work in huge steps to initiate the transformation of America into a socialist country.

And that’s good news for those of us who love liberty and want to see our nation continue to be a beacon of hope and freedom for all to see.

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Schaftlein Report | The Spectacle of Trump’s Trial Set to Begin February 8

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Guest: Jeremy Stalnecker – Mighty Oaks Foundation Founder/Military Veteran (MightyOaksPrograms.org) Topics from Tuesday evening’s episode. 1. Senate to move forward with Impeachment Trial – 55/45. 2. Prospect of 67 votes to convict dims. 3. Biden Executive Order for Racial Equity abolishes Trump’s 1776 Commission. 4. U.S. District Judge blocks Biden’s order on deportation freeze. 5. McConnell and Schumer agree to Senate power-sharing Filibuster rule stays. 6. Antifa riots in Tacoma, WA. VIDEO: https://rumble.com/embed/vaoi47/?pub=4

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Federal Judge Halts Biden’s 100-Day No Deportation Promise After Texas Lawsuit (Details)

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Something that cannot go overlooked about President Trump’s time in office is how he reshaped the federal judiciary. Everybody and their mother knows about Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Coney Barrett. Three Supreme Court seats in one term – even in two terms – is gigantic. The hundreds if not thousands of principled judges confirmed by the Senate under Trump’s watch, though, means America is ultimately going to be okay. From Fox News: A federal judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked President Biden’s attempt to put a moratorium on deportations for 100 days. After Texas sued over the policy, the judge blocked Biden, via a temporary restraining order, from moving forward for 14 days. Texas’ lawsuit claims that the administration would be violating an agreement it has with the Department of Homeland Security – and would require at least 180 days’ notice, as well as consultation, prior to implementing changes in immigration policy. It is unclear whether those terms are enforceable, but similar agreements were struck with several other states under the former administration. Biden has also said he will not build another foot of border wall. You know, because nothing says “I want to keep Americans safe” like allowing anyone and everyone to walk into the country, freely. Shame on this “president.”

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