A critical vote on the McCarthy-Biden Fiscal Responsibility Act is underway, with Republican representatives divided yet passionately opposing the bill. With drama and defiance, let’s review who stands with “We the People” and explore the powerful statements from those Republican lawmakers that have vowed to vote against the deeply flawed uniparty bill.
In a close call, the House Rules Committee voted 7-6 to advance the McCarthy-Biden Fiscal Responsibility Act, with the full House of Representatives now set to vote on the bill this week. As tensions rise, House Freedom Caucus Chairman Scott Perry has even threatened filing a motion to vacate and remove McCarthy as the Speaker of the House if the debt deal proceeds. Currently, 35 Republicans have declared their opposition to the Biden-McCarthy scam debt bill, standing by the needs and wishes of the American people.
These 35 Republican representatives have each boldly voiced their objections to the bill, emphasizing the importance of fiscal responsibility and their unwavering commitment to the people who elected them. Critical of the bill’s increases to the national debt and lack of reform, these politicians have not held back on their concerns and their conviction as they plead with their colleagues to vote no and find a better deal for America.
As the vote looms, a simple majority will be needed to pass or reject the bill, with Democrats likely to vote in favor of passage. Republicans need just six more votes to block the flawed uniparty bill from proceeding. Despite the vocal opposition, several Republicans have expressed their support for the deal, which controversially keeps the 87,000 additional IRS agents focused on targeting middle-class families.
Call on your representatives to stand with “We the People” and vote no on the flawed Biden-McCarthy Fiscal Responsibility Act. America’s future depends on their commitment to fiscal accountability, and they must listen to the people they represent.