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Dick Morris: Democratic Policy is a Carrot on a Stick

The release of Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan has raised eyebrows on both sides of the aisle.   Republicans argue that Biden’s price tag is far too much, and warn the addition of the Democratic-backed PRO Act would spell a complete rewriting of America as we know it.

Political strategist joined The Cats Roundtable to unravel the Biden agenda, which he argues is bent on consolidating government control and socializing the economy.

“Most people do not understand what is going on, including most Republicans,” Morris warned.  “Biden’s infrastructure package is devised to collectivize the United States, to regiment us, to unionize us, and to make us controllable and tractable as an economy.”

Morris and other commentators have noted Biden’s infrastructure plan require companies to unionize in order to qualify.

“That’s going to force the entire construction industry, and huge amounts of other industries into unionization,” Morris told The Cats Roundtable.

Another criticism of the Biden infrastructure plan is that only a fragment of the money goes to the maintenance and upgrading of infrastructures, such as roads, bridges, and airports.  A large portion of the bill is intended to promote green energy, including money for electric car charging stations, wider broadband access.

Morris told The Cats Roundtable he was particularly worried the infrastructure package was a smokescreen for broader progressive social programs hidden in the PRO Act, which he called “the greatest disaster we’ve ever had” if it was signed into law.

According to Morris, the PRO Act will force millions of contractors and freelancers to join the corporate payroll.

“That means that there is no such thing anymore as a freelancer or somebody who is self-employed—literally 30 to 40 million people who make their living that way now have to be on payrolls.”

But Morris said the provisions of the PRO Act only get worse when it comes to labor rights.  The PRO Act would supersede right-to-work laws in 27 states, and allow unions to form even without a membership vote.

“When you put this all together, you’re talking about a scheme to force everybody onto payrolls, force them all into unions—using the carrot of the money in the infrastructure package, and the shtick of no union elections,” Morris told The Cats Roundtable.  “And the goal is to organize our economy for more efficient government control.”

Listen to the interview below

 

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