Democrat lawmakers want hearings on UFOs to distract Americans from focusing on the most serious issues facing the country, Rep. Markwayne Mullin, R-Okla., told Newsmax on Wednesday.
“I believe this is a distraction because this administration and the Democrats here in Washington, D.C., they don’t want to actually pay attention to what’s happening in America,” Mullin told co-hosts Rob Finnerty and Alison Maloni.
“They want to deflect. They want to ignore. They don’t want to pay attention to the fact that inflation is costing Americans over $350 a month, and they don’t want to talk about their strategic oil supply being so low and the disastrous decisions they made there. They just want to do anything they can to distract the American people, to try changing the news, the same thing they did in Afghanistan.”
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In Oklahoma, the Senate Democrats are demanding more handouts. Apparently, Democrats don’t know cash from cow pies on economics.
The reason Americans are battling inflation (food, gas, rent, etc.), the stock market crashing and baby food hard to find is that the Biden Administration is deliberately waging economic war on it’s own people. These rat-brained fools believe Marxism, hate Free Enterprise and Oklahoma Democrat Cows want to fully feed their corrupt friends.
The Oklahoma Senate Democratic Caucus released the following statements after passage of the FY 2023 General Appropriations bill:
“…Instead of investing in our state’s most urgent needs, including education, health care, and infrastructure, this budget leaves $2.6 billion dollars on the table. This will hurt Oklahomans now and in the future.” – Senate Democratic Leader Kay Floyd, D-Oklahoma City.
“Oklahomans deserve a budget that is more responsive to the needs they have today. Today, a majority of Oklahomans face difficulty meeting their usual household expenses. They do not need $75 in December. They need relief today. Oklahomans are justifiably frustrated by a process that goes on behind closed doors and produces a budget out of step with their lives and needs. We must do better.” – Sen. Julia Kirt, D- Oklahoma City, a member of the Senate Appropriations and Finance Committees.
“There is no higher priority than investing in our public schools, yet this budget includes little new investment in education, which is essentially a cut. Oklahoma continues to lag our neighboring states in investment in the school funding formula. Many of our teachers are frustrated and contemplating retirement or leaving the profession altogether. There is an urgent need to address these challenges, but this status quo budget fails to do so.” – Sen. Carri Hicks, D-Oklahoma City, a member of the Senate Education and Finance Committees.