Small Businesses Suffer: Quid Pro Quo Pelosi and Dems Politicize COVID-19

As the coronavirus crisis forces Americans into “volunteer isolation,” Democrats, unapologetically, show America their true colors. Nancy Pelosi has given the list of their demands disguised as a “wish list” to the Senate and now hold America hostage as they stop the progress of emergency aid to American workers, families, and small businesses.

Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House 

Here is the list of some of their demands:

  • New emission mandates for airlines
  • Require greenhouse gas stats for individual flights
  • Student loan forgiveness
  • New subsidies for retirement plan’s for community newspaper workers
  • Major expansion of collective bargaining rights for federal workers
  • “Risk-limiting audits” of election results
  • Expansion of minority banks and minority credit unions
  • 2020 census reforms relating to citizenship status of students
  • Requiring availability of Internet for voter registration
  • Expansion of wind and solar tax credit
  • Publication of corporate pay statistics by race and race statistics for all corporate boards
  • A bailout on all current debt at the Postal Service
  • Require early voting and other election restrictions
  • Automatic extension of nonimmigrant visas
  • Minimum wage at $15 beginning not later than January 1, 2021


How do any of these demands help our current problems with loss of jobs, struggling small businesses, and loss of education time? They don’t!  This is yet another way for the Democrats to politicize and sneak in their failed legislative proposals.  Is it extortion or quid pro quo? You decided.  But what can we do to let them know we care and want them to drop the “wish list” and do the right thing for America? We can write Nancy Pelosi, our U.S. Representatives and Senators, and tell them to do the right thing.  See the link below to find your representative.

Nancy Pelosi

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