Remember before the election, when Biden crowed about giving away the store to railroad workers and keeping all the choo-choos going?
Kevin McCarthy accused Joe Biden of “intentionally” misleading Americans into thinking he had solved the rail strike. https://t.co/SDYvYxtyVx
— CNSNews (@cnsnews) December 1, 2022
Kevin McCarthy: Biden Said Rail Strike was Solved in September, Didn’t Want American People to Know It Wasn’t Before Election pic.twitter.com/Uc8gxMQXIo
— Alexandra Datig | Front Page Index 🇺🇸 (@alexdatig) November 30, 2022
Well, now the unions are back and demanding more money, so naturally, it’s not Biden’s fault, it’s the out-of-power Republicans, so says SecTrans Buttigieg!
“A shutdown wouldn’t just bring down our rail system, it would shut down our economy,” says @SecretaryPete on a possible rail strike. “Congress is not always known for swift bipartisan action but that’s what we saw yesterday. I’m hopeful the Senate will be able to move quickly.” pic.twitter.com/5JMYEbBK2G
— Squawk Box (@SquawkCNBC) December 1, 2022
Nothing to see here! The president is only responsible for good things, not bad ones.
This week, Karine Jean-Pierre repeatedly insisted Biden has been “directly involved” in rail strike negotiations — but that’s not what Biden said yesterday.
More lies from the Biden administration! pic.twitter.com/Ro2eIrFUMI
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 26, 2022
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