Pelosi on McCarthy calling omnibus ‘one of the most shameful acts’ he’s seen in House: ‘Had he forgotten Jan. 6?’

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) refuted comments by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-California), saying that the government’s funding of the omnibus bill would be the first in House history. said it was “one of the most shameful acts”, and on June 6, 2021, the mutiny.

Pelosi said Friday in the House ahead of a vote to pass the $1.7 trillion bill that this will likely be her last speech as Speaker of the House.

“I was sad to hear a minority leader earlier say this bill was the most disgraceful thing to see in the House of Representatives right now. Did he forget January 6th? Pelosi said. Said.

Her response came the next day, with McCarthy opposing the bill, pointing to the “left-wing pet projects” the bill would fund.

“This is a monster. It’s one of the most disgraceful acts I’ve ever seen on his body,” McCarthy said. “The appropriations process has failed the American people. No more nail in the coffin of one-party rule of the House, Senate and president.”

Pelosi said the day the House passed the bill was one of “tremendous patriotism,” and the bill included electoral laws to “deter future attempts to impede the peaceful transition of power.” He pointed out that it contained wording to reform.

The omnibus bill, which the House passed by a vote of 225-201-1, mostly in line with party lines, includes an Electoral College Reform Act. The law makes clear that the vice president has only a ceremonial role in counting the electoral college votes in presidential elections.

Members of Congress respond to former President Trump and his allies urging former Vice President Mike Pence to refuse to count certain votes in favor of President Biden in key states in the 2020 presidential election. and promoted the bill.

Pelosi said Omnibus is “just a package for people.”

McCarthy and other Republican opponents of the bill say Congress should pass ongoing resolutions to fund the government until Republicans take control of the House next year and can pass a smaller omnibus package. claimed to be.

McCarthy also backed hardliners who called for the bill to be stopped if Republican senators voted for the omnibus bill, saying he would be “dead by the time he arrives” as chairman. doing.

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