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Justin Trudeau Celebrates After Democrats Sign $700 Billion Spending Bill that Will Benefit Automobile Manufacturers in Canada

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Democrats just passed a $700 billion spending bill — during a recession — with record 8.6% inflation.

Democrats are obviously not worried about the 2022 election.
The fix is in.

On Tuesday Joe Biden signed into law another Democrat Party spending bill, this time for over $700 billion.

Democrats believe you can borrow and spend your way out of recession..

The package is another gift basket to Democrat donors and Canadian workers.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cheered the legislation that will create jobs in Canada.

FOX News reported:

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to social media to celebrate President Biden signing the Inflation Reduction Act, boasting that the American legislation will be a win for Canadians.

“It’s official: @POTUS signed legislation that will include Canada in a new tax incentive for electric vehicles purchased in the US,” Trudeau said Tuesday on Twitter. “This is good news for Canadians, for our green economy, and for our growing EV manufacturing sector.”

Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act on Tuesday,

Using your taxes to boost the Canadian automobile manufacturing sector is not going to reduce inflation in the United States, but it is quite a gift to Canada, the same country that sued the U.S. in the WTO to get us to remove country of origin labels from our beef and pork,” Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., said Wednesday in response to Trudeau.

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