“Since the emergence of the coronavirus, our nation has been in a state of perpetual mourning. The number of Americans killed by this pandemic is almost equal to one death per minute, every minute for a year. Every corner of society has been touched. “We have acted quickly, Madam President, but we have also acted deliberately, guided by the fact that the American people need us to act urgently.” “Throughout this process, Republicans have been completely left out. I sit on the Committee on Energy and Trade. I sit on the budget committee. I sit on the Rules Committee. Throughout the increases in each of these committees, Republicans have offered sincere amendments to improve the bill for the American people, while only two of the 245 proposed Republican amendments have passed, the rule before us today. hui deleted the only amendment adopted by roll call. vote. “” The tentacles of this pandemic have infiltrated all facets of the life of our communities. The point of this rescue program is that it understands these complexities and addresses these many needs. For example, since the beginning of the pandemic, we have seen more and more reports of abuse against women and children, so this bill helps fund shelters and shelters. We need this package to end the suffering of the nation. Let’s pass this bill. “Don’t call it a bailout bill. Don’t call it a bailout bill. If you’re a friend of the speaker, you do pretty well with it. this bill, but for the American people it is a loser. “Almost every one of the 592 pages of this bill includes a liberal pre-pandemic chimera.” “The American people need to know that their government is there for them. And as President Biden said, help is on the way.” “Raising the average wage is a financial necessity for our families, a tremendous stimulus for our economy and a moral imperative for our country. In this light, therefore, it is inevitable for all of us that the minimum wage of $ 15 is reached, although it is inconceivable for some, it is inevitable for us. This vote, the yeas are 219, the nays are 212. The bill is passed without objection and the reconsideration motion is laid on the table.