Congress is currently debating a fourth coronavirus stimulus bill and Liberals are trying to push their big-government agenda on America.
Please call Congress and make sure your elected representatives know you stand for fiscal responsibility and solutions to help get America moving forward. If Congress knows voters are watching, they’ll act accordingly!
Congress has already passed $3 trillion in COVID-19 relief this year, and the current bill being debated would add another $1 trillion to our mounting debt. This is before negotiations with Democrats -- certain to demand increased spending -- have even occurred. Furthermore, the Left has quickly adapted and is using the pandemic to push their radical liberal agendas. Conservatives must go on the offensive and ensure that any future coronavirus relief bills directly address the pandemic without additional policy riders.
So what can you do? Call your representative and senators using this call script and ask them to:
- SUPPORT liability reform for churches, schools, and businesses that reopen. Liability protections will help the country to reopen and recover quickly from the pandemic.
- OPPOSE state and local government bailouts, end the counterproductive $600 weekly unemployment insurance supplement, and stand against creating a new government rate-setting scheme for our nation’s healthcare system.
Opposing state bailouts is especially important. There is no reason taxpayers in states that have managed their budgets and saved for a rainy day should have to bail out the irresponsible spending of states like Illinois, New York, and California.
These blue states have run up massive bills paying for public pensions and other liberal priorities. In the face of budget shortfalls, they have not tightened their belts and cut waste. No, they’ve continued to spend recklessly and now expect you to pick up the tab. Tell them “NO!”
We need your help to keep our elected officials accountable. Contact your Senators and Congressman and urge them to hold firm against efforts to include state and local bailouts, extending the $600 weekly UI benefit, and creating government price controls.
And if you want more information on the current coronavirus debate, check out our coronavirus legislation toolkit for helpful resources.
Thank you in advance for taking just a few minutes to call.