Ben Shapiro says auxiliary evaluations are pointless as a result of the pandemic is already over

Joe Biden signed his stimulus plan on Thursday. The bill will bring relief to millions of Americans. It also has tremendous support. Surveys have shown that the legislation is very popular with over 70% of people who say they support it.

And it’s likely seen as a great accomplishment for Joe Biden. Within his first 50 days in office, he passed the business stimulus bill and the country administers over 2 million vaccinations a day on average.

Conservative media are working hard to find ways to criticize the new government despite its successes. On Thursday, Ben Shapiro told his audience that an auxiliary bill has not been required since the end of the pandemic.

The expert began: “ By the way, help should have been on the way to August, I don’t know. OK, the reality is that COVID aid packages have been passed all the way up – non-partisan during the Trump administration. “

Shapiro continued:

“This thing was passed on according to pure party lines. Why? Because the pandemic is basically over, okay? The pandemic is over. Ok, now we’re spending $ 1.9 trillion, more money than ever seen by God or humans, spending money that hasn’t been created, we’re spending all of this money doing what? To do what We are now actively encouraging people not to go back to work. We offer improved unemployment incentives that extend into September. September. Are you crazy? September?”

Courtesy of Media Matters, watch a clip of the following segment:

Todd Neikirk is a New Jersey-based policy and technology writer. His work has been featured on, and He likes sports, politics, comics, and spends time with his family on the waterfront.

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