These are some darn good questions
Americans seem to be losing confidence in our government every day.
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Especially with the latest COVID-19 relief bill, which included funding to oversees countries like Egypt, which has many tax paying Americans scratching their heads and wondering who our government is really representing: the people or special interest groups?
This young kid from New England just asked our politicians in the most point-blank amazing way what the heck they’re doing with our hard-earned taxpayer dollars.
Watch the video:
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And he’s not the only one who’s questioning our government’s tactics.
Is the establishment line that they’re bribes to keep people from attacking us? I’ve had a lot of establishment left types be like “diplomacy’s cheaper than war” and I’m like… uh?
Anyone running in a 2022 primary should repeat that every single day on the campaign trail!
Everything he said is exactly why they have us all fighting with each other.
I feel ya my friend, lots of people agree with you. Your sentiments are what got Trump elected. He thinks that way, the common sense way. We need more local leaders, congressional leaders to step up & represent Americans.
THIS. I’ve always said I would gladly accept tax increases if the money EVER WENT to help our crumbling infastructure, struggling inner cities, homeless vets and hungry Americans. It never does. Never.
Easy…. They don’t represent the American people anymore.
Our government and this country has become an absolute joke.
You know there’s a big problem when average Americans start asking these types of questions, but it becomes an even bigger problem when it falls on deaf ears.