COVID-19 Spending To Cost Taxpayers More Than WW II

“Adjusted for today’s dollars the Second World War cost $4.1 trillion [over 4 years].

The United States just committed to spend an additional $1.9 trillion, boosting total taxpayer pandemic spending to over $6 trillion [so far, after only 1 year].

This is half again what it cost to liberate the world from fascism.”

THE classic definition of fascism — as seen in Mussolini’s Italy — is a situation in which Big Business and Big Government are formally united in their aims and in many aspects of their administration.

When one considers how many personal freedoms have now been completely abolished, as well the gargantuan increase in public surveillance—all perhaps permanent, as government power rarely dilutes—it’s not a stretch for the everyday person to surmise that their hard-earned tax dollars have gone to fund precisely that — fascism !

Tyranny, looking more and more alive everyday when you add in the coordinated, political assault on conservative free speech and thought by BIGtech censors, and the gutting of the middle-class by BIGgov bureaucrats.

Bumpy roads ahead…

PA Pundits - International

By Craig Rucker ~

Yesterday, President Biden called on Americans to adopt a “war footing” in our ongoing fight against COVID-19. He got it and then some.

Adjusted for today’s dollars the Second World War cost $4.1 trillion.

The United States just committed to spend an additional $1.9 trillion, boosting total taxpayer pandemic spending to over $6 trillion.

This is half again what it cost to liberate the world from fascism.

We posted policy details and an extensive financial breakdown to CFACT.org.

The U.S. has not yet finished spending the funds from the last rounds of COVID relief.

Sadly, combating the virus and its economic impact is merely the tip of this latest $1.9 trillion fiscal iceberg.  The bulk of the spending in the “American Rescue Plan Act of 2021” goes to a colossal left-wing wish list and a cornucopia of good old-fashioned government waste, albeit on a…

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