Non-profit group pushes Bidens BBB with children’s propaganda cartoon

The non-profit organization Care In Action is pushing President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda through a children’s propaganda cartoon reminiscent of Schoolhouse Rock.

Develops the classic “I’m just a BillAnimated music video, which all students watched in the community education, the 30-second cartoon features an anthropomorphic version of Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda, which stands with house speaker Nancy Pelosi and the president on the Capitol Stairs as he sings the bill’s many functions. .

“We got infrastructure adopted in the house, time for Build Back Better, that’s what I’m all about,” the bill reads. “So Mr. President, House Speaker, House Democrats, let’s do this.”

“I am a bill with critical and historic investments in child care, health care, climate care, immigration and more,” the bill continues. “And it’s all paid for. So come on, let’s do this! You better go past me.”

Founded in 2016, Care In Action describes himself as “a nonprofit, party-political group dedicated to fighting for the dignity and justice of the millions of domestic workers in the United States, most of whom are colored women and immigrant women.”

As noted by Fox News, the clip from an iconic children’s video was not received warmly by people on social media.

The U.S. House will vote on President Bidens Build Back Better Thursday night, nearly two weeks after Congress passed the Infrastructure Bill with the help of 13 Republicans in the House of Representatives. As Breitbart News reported, the party-political congressional budget committee announced on Thursday that the bill will “add $ 367 billion to the deficit; The Democrats’ official price is $ 1.75 trillion. President Joe Biden and other Democrats have argued that the bill would cost zero dollars.

“The Build Back Better Act contains arbitrary political sunsets and expirations to make the cost of legislation seem lower and to make legislation comply with the rules of budgetary voting,” the report said. “The committee for a responsible federal budget found that the legislation would cost $ 4.91 trillion if many of the policies and programs with sunsets did not expire.”

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