Time to name names’: Anger rises as 13 ‘RINOS’ help House hand Dems ‘their socialism bill’

 thirteen House Republicans siding with Democrats and so-called “progressive” Democrats caving to the “moderates,” the ostensibly “bipartisan” $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal is now headed to President Joe Biden’s desk.

Shortly before midnight Friday, 228 House members voted in favor of the Senate bill, overriding the 206 opponents — 200 Republicans and six Democrats — who voted against it.

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Had not thirteen Republicans voted for the bill, it wouldn’t have passed, as the final roll call would’ve instead been 215 in favor versus 219 in opposition.

Because of the bill’s inclusion of a myriad of policies that Republicans have claimed have nothing whatsoever to do with infrastructure, it’s faced staunch opposition from the GOP.

Likewise, the Republicans who voted for the bill, thus helping bring it to the president’s desk, now face a torrent of backlash from their colleagues — particularly the most genuinely conservative ones like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.