The globalist Republican Chamber of Commerce representative, Orrin Hatch, defended his “integrity” and his career from attack by another globalist, Democrat…
The globalists are disagreeing or at least giving us the Senate theatrical equivalent of a disagreement, with Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) spouting out the typical leftist garbage that they always do. This time he directs it at the Committee Chairman, Orrin Hatch.
Hatch is a Chamber of Commerce lackey who was the Senate point man for TPP. He claims he’s a man of the people, not necessarily the American people. He introduced the original “Dream Act” with Dick Durbin (D-IL) in August of 2001. He can say what he wants but his record speaks differently.
The two uniparty members spar, with the nasty Democrat, Brown, accusing Hatch of wishful thinking and posturing for TV ads which “will be run against the five ‘most important’ Senators [all Democrats] on this committee,” accusing them of “voting against a $4,000 raise that this tax cut is going to bestow on them.”
Brown says, “We know it’s coming. We know you’ll have way more money to promote that than we will have to defend it” and then goes on to attack the tax plan. He says, “companies don’t just give away higher wages because they have more money.”
He’s right, and that’s especially true when they’re flooding the US with low wage foreign workers, as both parties in our corrupt government have done since at least 1973 and both of these two clowns still are engaged in aggressively continuing and expanding. Both support amnesty, open borders and obstructed, restricted enforcement.
Brown says “Corporations are sitting on a lot of money” but he doesn’t see wages going up.” It’s his own fault, and that of the collective trash that he’s speaking to in the putrid landfill that is the US Senate.
Hatch then goes into his “I come from the poor people” routine, as if that in any way justifies his abuse of power. He’s not poor any longer, although nobody’s asking him how that happened on a Senator’s wages. Hatch says “I really resent anybody saying I’m just doing this for the rich, give me a break.”
Hatch is right. Brown should have said he’s doing it for the rich and the illegal foreigners. Then he’d be a lot closer to the truth. And screw the American people, it hasn’t been our country since the seventies, the time that Hatch first came to the Senate. Hatch refers to his time in DC as his “whole stinking career.” It’s proof there’s room for agreement with anybody, it’s just a matter of finding the right point.
Hatch says that the bull crap that Democrats throw out is getting old. That’s true, and Democrats throw out more than Republicans do. But Hatch’s hands have a dingy tint to them as well, Hatch. He’s been slinging it for a lot of years on behalf of those who made him rich, America’s fascist slave master in the US Chamber of Commerce.
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