Clyburn: Inflation Reduction Act ‘is just what we need’

House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn of South Carolina gives his take on the Inflation Reduction Act, expected to pass Friday – and the investigations into former President Donald Trump.

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24 thoughts on “Clyburn: Inflation Reduction Act ‘is just what we need’

  1. No one can actually tell you how 3/4 of a trillion dollars in new spending will do anything to reduce inflation. 🙃

  2. Can't spend your way outta the climate racket crap or inflation. Middle class will pay for this like always. IRS is coming for everyone. Joe and Nancy proposed IRS snooping on bank accounts with transactions exceeding $600 annually wonder what happened to that. Consumers will pay corporations taxes thru their products and services.

  3. To bad we cannot vote this guy out like Wyoming got rid of Cheney. Well done Wyoming. Clyburn was the reason Biden survived the primaries. He's the reason for inflation. Along with all the other democrats in the house and the senate.
    Don't forget. Biden is not the mastermind of any of what's being passed.

  4. More like the Government Expansion Act. This bill does nothing to ease inflation nor does it have any impact on climate change. It does however raise taxes on the middle class. What a farce. Does Biden even know what he is doing surrounded by his puppeteers? The ones who actually run the country. Running the country into the ground I might add.

  5. How about more stimulus checks? TRYING to lower costs is obviously not working because the government is letting these companies do what they want, the only solution I can see is to continue to print more money or you know, fucking quit dancing around the problem of inflation

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