JUST IN: Senate Votes 70-25 to Advance $1.7 Trillion Schumer-Pelosi Omnibus Spending Bill

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The Senate on Tuesday evening voted 70-25 to advance the $1.7 trillion Omnibus spending bill and open debate.

This is just the first procedural vote.

The latest spending bill is full of special interest earmarks and pork.

The bill includes $45 billion to Ukraine, $7.5 million in LGBTQ programs, Jan 6 prosecution funding and more.

There is no money for border security.

3,000 pages that no one has read.

Senate Republicans are giving away the incoming GOP Majority House’s power of the purse until September 2023.

A group of Republican Senators pushed back on the process.

Senator Rand Paul blasted the Schumer-Pelosi Omnibus spending bill.

“I brought along the 1.7 trillion, 4,000+ page Pelosi-Schumer omnibus spending bill that’s being fast-tracked through the Senate. This process stinks. It’s an abomination. It’s a no good rotten way to run government. We’re standing up and saying NO.” Rand Paul said earlier Tuesday.

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