Democrats are pumping the brakes after multiple failures across the board. President Joe Biden has seen many failures in the Senate and with the Scotus. Vice President Harris faces the most abysmal approval ratings ever seen and the mass exodus of employees. A quick look over the Legislative Branch and Democrats would instead turn on each other than work to get something done. So now the Democrats are pumping the brakes on future plans and revisiting older goals such as a new domestic spending bill.
The Democrats have seen so much loss trying to remove the filibuster so they can push through what they call the “Voting Rights Bill” and approve Joe Biden’s $1.7 trillion social spending bill. The new strategy shows democrats going back to bills they know they have GOP support on. These are bills such as a new deal to fund the government or changing antitrust laws. Some believe this won’t be the last we see of the bills as mentioned earlier but will they reevaluate before midterms? A red wave is predicted across the board, especially after Youngkin’s surprise victory in a predominately Blue state.
Some Senators have already tried crossing the aisle to meet their counterparts take, for instance, Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), who said:
“My advice to leadership is to find those things where we really have a solid amount of momentum, where you clearly have 10 or more Republicans,”
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