How Much Have They Cost America?
We may never know how much the impeachment hearings have cost the American taxpayer. There are, however, a few things we do know, namely that impeachment was a hoax; We all know that Epstein didn’t kill himself. Now we have the cost of “Do-Nothing Democrats” not working for the good of our country.
Thanks to Peter Navarro, assistant to the president and director of trade and manufacturing policy, we now know the cost of their duplicity. The Democrats in the House have not passed the United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement (USMCA), or the Prescription Drug Price Reduction and Infrastructure. Together, these have cost America trillions of dollars of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). GDP is the measurement of all goods and services produced in a country, and in the US, we measure this quarterly and annually.
Getting Down to the Numbers
If implemented, the USMCA would have brought in $70 billion in real GDP and created 200,000 new jobs. Reform of prescription drug prices would have saved consumers $500 billion to $1 trillion, which equates to as much as $7,800 savings for each household.
Infrastructure could have added $1.2 trillion in real GDP and $200 billion in new tax revenues. Navarro pointed out that shipbuilding has had to reduce its workforce by 50 percent due to funding shortfalls through the Continuing Resolutions (CR). CRs only authorize last year’s expenditures and nothing from the current budget. Congress has to enact CRs as a means to partially fund the government since the Democrats in the House have failed to pass a budget for 2020.
Having to explain these actions and failures on making real money is going to be a hard sell for the Democrats that currently hold seats in the House of Representatives, specifically the ones that are considered Trump districts. Patriots armed with this information in all of the districts President Trump won in 2016, but flipped to blue in 2018, will be better prepared to educate the ill or uninformed voters.
Thanks to Mr. Navarro, America now has a price tag of what “Do-nothing Democrats” have cost the American people. It is paramount that the voters do not forget this in November of 2020.