Chamber of Commerce Targets Dems it Endorsed in New Ad Against Dem’s Spending Bill

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America

The Chamber of Commerce seems to be experiencing some buyers remorse. A new ad specifically targets Reps. Cindy Axne of Iowa, Angie Craig of Minnesota, Antonio Delgado of New York, Josh Harder of California and Elaine Luria of Virginia who were previously endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce to vote against Democrats’ $3.5 trillion spending bill.

Townhall reports:

“This reconciliation bill is effectively 100 bills in one representing every big government idea that’s never been able to pass in Congress,” U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Suzanne Clark said in a statement. “The bill is an existential threat to America’s fragile economic recovery and future prosperity.”

“We will not find durable or practical solutions in?one?massive?bill that?is?equivalent to?more?than?twice the?combined?budgets?of all 50 states,” Clark added. “?The success of the bipartisan infrastructure negotiations provides a much better model for how Congress should proceed in addressing America’s problems.”

The ad spots highlight how the bill’s tax increases “would be a body blow to our economy.”

“Tell Representatives Axne, Craig, Delgado, Harder, Luria—don’t knock us out with these massive tax increases,” the narrator says.


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Philip Hammersley
Philip Hammersley
1 month ago

Surprised that the national C of C is against these DIMMs. They are usually in FAVOR of big spending and are joined at the hip to globalist billionaires.

NOB
NOB
1 month ago

don’t look a gift horse in the mouth, be grateful and supportive 🙂

CaptTurbo
CaptTurbo
1 month ago

Don’t tell me that the Chamber of Commerce has suddenly grown a conscience at long last?

NOB
NOB
1 month ago
Reply to  CaptTurbo

As I said above: don’t look a gift horse in the mouth, be grateful and supportive 🙂

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