Yesterday, the Environmental Protection Agency sent Joe Biden a bill that sent him nearly $100,000.
According to the Daily Caller, a bill funded by the Biden-controlled Senate has “just two pages left”, after two amendments were made. The bill funds the EPA but also includes a big check, for $91,759.
Heath Ford with the Daily Caller wrote:
The bill, confirmed by Senate Budget Committee spokeswoman Rachael Mathis, changes two small bits of language on how the budget bill “shall be treated” under Senate budget rules. Those changes, apparently, have led to the final bill requiring a small amount of spending in the EPA and Senate discretionary accounts.
While $91,759 isn’t a lot of money, Joe isn’t always like a normal man. He loves putting something he loves on somebody else’s bill, which is often conveniently short term (to suck out money from the executive branch).
Joe’s own bill, to be revealed sometime today, will see the EPA drain $2,900,000 of funds from the State Department, a top Obama administration priority.