Nancy Pelosi failed with her awful avoidance of duty.
She was hoping to avoid this vote at all costs.
These five words of accusation have Nancy Pelosi trembling with terror.
The Democrats don’t want Covid regulations to ever to go away.
There are vaccines available for anyone over 12 years old that wants one. There’s also a booming economy where employers are actively fighting to find people to work for them.
Yet Democrats want to keep eviction moratorium in place, which is keeping renters who aren’t paying rent from being evicted.
Despite the fact that the Supreme Court ruled that Congress would have to pass new legislation for the eviction moratorium to continue, the Biden administration’s CDC decided to ignore the highest court in the land and extend it anyways.
Even President Joe Bidenadmitted that he isn’t sure that the step his administration took was legal.
He told a reporter last week: “I can’t guarantee you the court won’t rule that we don’t have that authority but at least we’ll have the ability to, if we have to appeal, to keep this going for a month-at least. I hope longer.”
Now Republicans are calling on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to bring the House back in session to pass a permanent solution, stating “Every Democrat should be ashamed.”
Nearly 40 Republicans from the House Financial Services and Energy and Commerce Committees said that Democrats aren’t providing a solution for low-income tenants and are just adding to the confusion.
“Instead of taking action to provide renters with the financial relief they need, Democrats sought to delay rather than solve the problem through another temporary and flawed federal eviction moratorium extension,” the Republicans, led by committee Ranking Members Patrick McHenry and Cathy McMorris-Rodgers, wrote.
“Every Democrat should be ashamed of their failure to protect renters from the threat of eviction by eliminating the back rent they owe, which is a direct result of the House Democrats’ decision to ignore regular order,” the letter added.
Back in March as part of the Covid relief package $46.6 billion was allocated for Emergency Rental Assistance. However, that Treasury Department recently admitted it has only distributed a small amount of funds.
“By enabling this abuse of power and showing a complete disregard for the rule of law, you have further weakened the House of Representatives as a separate but equal branch of the United States Government,” the Republicans continued in their letter Friday.
“When the newly issued moratorium is inevitably struck down by the courts there will be even more confusion and uncertainty for renters and landlords across the country,” they said. “This was entirely avoidable.”
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