“It’s Dead”; Democratic Senator Joe Manchin Gives Blunt Analysis On Biden’s Build Back Better Legislation

Tom Williams 

It was reported by ConservativeBrief that West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin made it clear once again on Tuesday that he will not support Joe Biden’s Build Back Better plan.

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CNN reporter Manu Raju took to Twitter to report that Manchin was asked whether he supports Build Back Better, which Biden’s roughly $2 trillion healthcare, education, and climate package.

Manchin made his position crystal clear: “It’s dead.”

“What Build Back Better bill? I don’t know what you guys are talking about,” Raju said he asked Manchin if he had had any talks on the matter since December and Manchin answered, “No, no, no, no. It’s dead.”

Last week, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer decided to go ahead with a vote to end the filibuster to pass the Democrats’ voting legislation and it failed.

Manchin and Arizona Democrat Sen. Kyrsten Sinema voted against nuking the filibuster.

If the vote was supposed to humiliate Manchin and Sinema, or if it was designed to pressure them, it was not successful.

Manchin stood before the Senate and gave a fantastic speech explaining that ending the filibuster would tear the nation apart.

“I cannot support such a perilous course for this nation when elected leaders are sent to Washington to unite our country, not to divide our country,” the senator said.

“Let this change happen in this way, and the Senate will be a body without rules,” he said.

“We’ve changed the rules,” in the past, Manchin said. “But we changed them with the rules. We didn’t break the rules to change the rules. But all of a sudden now we just can’t do it anymore. Just got to blow it up,” he said.

“The rule book means that the rules changes are done on the basis of broad, bipartisan consensus, not imposed on the minority by raw majority power,” he explained. “No matter who is in power.”

“The majority does not have that power to do that in this Senate.”

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