GOP Senator Slams Biden for Using ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Logic: ‘He’s the Mad Hatter Out Here’

Republican Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) has slammed President Joe Biden’s proposed new round of spending in the Build Back Better Act as “Alice in Wonderland” logic.

He even named Biden “the Mad Hatter.”

“Right now,” Barrasso said.

“I view this as a back-breaking bill for the country with the kind of expenses, the spending, the adding to the debt, the inflation, the taxes that are going to hit the American people.

“For Joe Biden to say ‘We have to spend even more money on top of inflation,’ to me this is Alice in Wonderland logic. He’s the Mad Hatter out here.

“Well in my state, I was a member of the state Senate. Our Constitution demands that we balance our budget every year that we live within our means, just like families all across America need to do and I think the federal government ought to do the same thing.

“This is all about Democrat spending. This is 100 percent on them.

“If you get rid of all of the gimmicks of accounting, this bill that the Democrats are proposing is $4 trillion in additional spending.

“There’s not a single Republican who’s going to vote for the bill or to raise the debt ceiling.

“This is on the Democrats.”

He said on social media:

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“Today is one of the busiest travel days in America. As people are hitting the road, gas prices are hitting the roof. The Strategic Petroleum Reserve is there for emergencies, not to cover over bad policies. @POTUS is basically trying to put a band-aid over a bullet hole.

“For @POTUS to say we should spend more on top of inflation, is Alice in Wonderland logic and he is the Mad Hatter. He’s saying the cost will be zero, zero, zero while budget analysts say there will be hundreds of billions of dollars added to the debt and taxes will go up.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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