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She implied that Pelosis scheduled vote this Thursday on the bipartisan bill is a soft date, and the vote wont happen if the senate hasnt passed the Build Back Better reconciliation bill first.
Also, Jayapal told WaPo last night that CPC no votes on the bipartisan bill (before reconciliation passes) grew from from 40 no votes on Friday, to 60 no votes yesterday. Those will all be yes votes once the reconciliation bill passes the senate.
Jayapal and her caucus arent playing. This could be the most intense legislative week in Congress in a long time.
EDITED TO ADD:
The centrist saboteurs are floating the talking point that only the framework for the reconciliation bill needs to pass the house and senate (what Jayapal has called pre-conferencing) before Thursday in order to vote on the bipartisan bill in the house, however, Jayapal made clear tonight on Rachel that passing the framework alone is not enough to gain the support of the CPC on Thursday- they wont support the bipartisan bill until the reconciliation bill has passed.
I sure wish folks would stop saying the AZ audit by the Cyber Ninjas proves Biden won by even more votes!
That kind of framing gives legitimacy to a corrupt process that was anything but legitimate.
The AZ Fraudit failed to prove Trumps Big Lie that the election was stolen.
Not to say I told you so, but I did.
Pelosi will not bring the bipartisan bill up for a vote unless and until the senate passes the reconciliation bill, in whatever form it may end up.
Of particular note:
Airlines- American Airlines, Southwest
Kimberley-Clark, maker of paper products, including womens hygiene products (dont switch to Koch owned Georgia-Pacific products)
Lots of restaurant chains, computer companies, and of course, oil companies.
Let your dollars be your voice.
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