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New Covid Relief Bill to cost U.S. Citizens almost $6,000 each (with $2000 rebate to some)

By stevea68 | SteveA | 29 Dec 2020


Apparently, from the news a 2.3 trillion dollar "package" was passed that sold as providing relief to citizens.

There are approximately 400 million people in the U.S. which means that cost everyone 2,300,000,000,000 / 400,000,00 = $5,750 each.  Some will receive a $2,000 direct "rebate" though so people are paying about either $5,750 or $3,750 to projects that private free markets weren't supportive of ... if I were to take a negative view, then maybe this money goes toward more lockdowns, flu propaganda or buy out of previously privately owned "mom and pop" businesses?  Or maybe it goes to fuel more Marxist / Socialist propaganda etc.

... but luckily I'm not taking a negative view of things considering how great the show has been for 2020.

Makes we wonder how long and to what extent this stuff has been going on.  I think it's actually been occurring for generations.

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