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Subject Stimulus Breakdown: Combined Bills Cost Families $69,000, Individuals $17,000 But You Only Get $1,400 While $1 Trillion is STILL Unspent
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Original Message Government schools have destroyed mathematics because they say it is racist, instead replacing it with TikTok Videos and Cartoons. This makes it much easier for government to pilfer $17,000 from every government-school educated person in order to ‘give’ them back only $1,400.

Does this math add up for you?
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We recently reported on the passage of the Democrat bailout bill that was passed in its final form, yesterday by The House. The spending was incredible and focused heavily on hundreds of billions in Democrat handouts. What’s worse, though, is that “less than 9% of the entire spending in this bill actually goes to crushing the virus and helping distribute vaccines and putting shots in arms.” Now, we have a simple breakdown of some of the most egregious theft in American history disguised in the stimulus to ‘help Americans.’

Here is the breakdown:

Less than 9% goes to combating COVID-19.
Twenty-seven percent (or more than $500 billion) goes to state and local governments.
Twenty-one percent (or approximately $400 billion) goes to policies that reduce private-sector employment.
$135 million for the National Endowment for the Arts.
$135 million for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
$200 million for the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
$12 billion for foreign aid.
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