Ron DeSantis’ Press Secretary dropped a brutal truth bomb on House Republicans about funding Joe Biden’s agenda

Mar 15, 2024

The national debt is approaching $35 trillion dollars.

No matter which Party controls Congress, spending increases and the debt climbs higher each year.

And Ron DeSantis’ Press Secretary just dropped a brutal truth bomb on House Republicans about funding Joe Biden’s agenda.

Biden’s State of the Union

Joe Biden delivered what the left-wing media describes as a “fiery” State of the Union Address on Thursday to a joint session of Congress.

The speech began about 20 minutes after the scheduled 9:00 PM start time due to a group of pro-Palestinian protestors who blocked the route to the Capitol and demanded Joe Biden call for a ceasefire in Gaza.

Joe Biden yelled and screamed like an angry old man throughout the entirety of his speech.

At one point during the State of the Union, Biden claimed that he “cut the federal deficit by over $1 trillion.”

“I’ve been delivering real results in a fiscally responsible way,” Biden said. “I’ve already cut the federal deficit by over $1 trillion.”

“I signed a bipartisan budget deal that will cut another trillion dollars over the next decade,” he continued, before adding, “and now it’s my goal to cut the federal deficit $3 trillion more by making big corporations and the very wealthy finally pay their fair share.”

Joe Biden Gets Fact-Checked

Even the Washington Post’s fact-checker called out Joe Biden for citing deficit numbers “in a way to mislead listeners.”

“The president is leaving out important context,” fact-checker Glenn Kessler wrote. “The budget deficit was supposed to shrink as the massive spending caused by the pandemic faded.”

Republicans and Democrats are both big spenders

The unfortunate reality is that no political Party has cut spending or lowered the deficit in recent memory.

When Republicans control Congress, establishment RINOs in leadership kill conservative legislation and pass compromise bills with bipartisan support.

And when in the minority, the establishment RINOs refuse to hold the line and cave in on the Democrats’ big-spending agenda.

DeSantis Press Secretary Jeremy Redfern called out House Republicans for criticizing Biden on spending and suggested they look in the mirror instead.

“Easy to criticize the other side of the aisle as they cheer Biden’s often-incoherent SOTU,” he wrote on X. “But let’s not forget that the House Republican majority continues to fund his admin,” he continued. “They made a lot of noise as he walked in, but they don’t actually do anything to hold him accountable”.

Conservative House member Chip Roy shared Redfern’s message and admitted that “he’s got a point.”

House Republicans recently stabbed conservatives in the back once again by cutting a deal with Democrats to pass a $467.5 billion minibus spending package that funds several federal agencies through the end of the year.

The $467.5 billion spending bill would fund the departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Energy, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, Transportation, and Veterans Affairs.

In all, 132 Republicans joined with 207 Democrats to pass the bill through the House and on to the Senate, where it is expected to be passed by the end of the week.

Joe Biden and the Democrats are big spenders.

But so are the Republicans.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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