Democrats have frequently shown that they aren’t negotiating in good faith over fixing the coronavirus pandemic. Thursday afternoon, Sen. Deb Fischer, (R-NE), and Sen. Kirsten Sinema, (D-AZ), introduced the “bipartisan PREP Act.” Prior to consideration of their bill, Sen. Fischer made a brief speech asking for unanimous consent to have the PREP Act debated. Here’s what happened:


Sen. McConnell must’ve known that Democrats planned on doing something nefarious when he said this:

At a minimum, I hope that Senate Democrats will not block potential requests from our colleagues today to pass smaller, noncontroversial pieces of legislation right away that would bolster particular aspects of the fight against coronavirus.

Let’s hope that Democrats put families ahead of special interests, equipping health care specialists ahead of listening to lobbyists and negotiating in good faith rather than the Democrats’ gamesmanship.

Democrats apparently aren’t interested in doing the right thing for American families. Democrats are more interested in pulling stunts than they’re interested in doing the right thing.

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