Call it the biggest one-two punch in the history of mankind:

At the same time that many of our local governments were issuing arbitrary, authoritarian orders to close our businesses, or our employer’s businesses, thereby forcing millions of Americans out of work and into indeterminate unemployment, the national government was stealing $2 trillion from us, spreading it amongst themselves and their cronies, and hiding the grand theft behind the bogus term “relief bill”.

Congressman Thomas Massie was the lone voice of dissent in congress, protesting the unrecorded voting process, telling reporters “There’s a big cover up in there”, and “They’re trying to protect the members who are there from political ramifications”, and “The truth, if you want to report it, is they don’t want a recorded vote, they don’t want to be on record of making the biggest mistake in history.”

Watch his statement to reporters:

UPDATE 04/06/20:

Since this article was published, Congressman Massie appeared on the Ron Paul’s Liberty Report, and imparted some more details as to what happened during congress’s covert passing of this criminal bill.

The full interview is posted below, but I wanted to share a particular statement he made early on in the interview:

“Our country’s going to hell in a hand basket, and this bill is the worse bill I’ve ever seen, in the history of mankind. It’s the largest wealth transfer from taxpayers to the super-rich in the history of mankind. The Roman Emperor couldn’t pull off this kind of pillage. FDR wasn’t this bold. It’s a $6 trillion bill actually, because this gives the Fed $400 billion and lets them leverage it, it’ll probably be about ten to one, so they’ll have $4 trillion over there, congress will have $2 trillion…I’ve done the math on this, if you take $6 trillion and divide it by 100 million families, that comes out to $60,000 a family of spending, loaning, borrowing, or printing—but each family is probably going to get $3,000 at most, where does the other 95% of that money go to? Well, it goes to the rich.”

Watch the full interview here:

I believe the American people need to see exactly what their “representatives” voted for, so below I’ve included a partial list below, that a friend recently shared with me. And as you can quickly see, much of the money went to themselves (yes, according to the list, they included a salary increase for themselves) & other government agencies and their cronies, most having nothing to do with the virus, the people, or the economy, surprise surprise…)

UPDATE: A recent article entitled Throttle Up, published over at The Burning Platform, has this to say about the grand theft:

“If you want to figure out who benefits from a man-made crisis, just follow the money. The Federal government has committed at least $3 trillion of your grandchildren’s money to the crisis thus far, with the Federal Reserve announcing another $6 trillion of monetary support. That’s $9 trillion, or $70,000 per household. The average household size is 2.5. If we assume each household got their $1,200 Covid-19 rebate (actually just giving them back the taxes they already pay), that’s $3,000 per household.

A critical thinking individual might wonder who got the other $67,000 of stimulus, or 95.7% of the money allocated to “save America”. It certainly hasn’t made its way to small business owners who are going out of business faster than burning gas through a defective O-ring. If only $400 billion is making its way into the pockets of formerly working Americans, where did the other $8.6 trillion go?

It went directly into the pockets of Wall Street bankers, hedge fund managers, and the biggest corporations on the planet. The Fed has used this faux crisis to further enrich and bailout the richest men on the planet, while again dropping interest rates to zero and throwing grandma under the bus again.”

I’ve not had time to verify the following list, but here’s the source, in case anyone wants to do so. Now read the list, and see for yourself why our illustrious “representatives” didn’t want to go on voting record:


Here’s some highlights of what we’re about to saddle future generations with:
$100,000,000 to Nasa
$20,000,000,000 to the USPS
$300,000,000 to the Endowment for the Arts
$300,000,000 for the Endowment for the Humanities
$15,000,000 for Veterans Employment Training
$435,000,000 for mental health support
$30,000,000,000 for the Department of Education stabilization fund
$200,000,000 to Safe Schools Emergency Response to Violence Program
$300,000,000 to Public Broadcasting
$500,000,000 to Museums and Libraries
$720,000,000 to Social Security Admin (only 200,000,000 is to help people. The rest is for admin costs)
$25,000,000 for Cleaning supplies for the Capitol Building page 136
$7,500,000 to the Smithsonian for additional salaries
$35,000,000 to the JFK Center for performing Arts
$25,000,000 for additional salary for House of Representatives
$3,000,000,000 upgrade to the IT department at the VA
$315,000,000 for State Department Diplomatic Programs
$95,000,000 for the Agency of International Development
$300,000,000 for International Disaster Assistance
$300,000,000 for Migrant and Refugee Assistance pg 147
$90,000,000 for the Peace Corp pg 148
$13,000,000 to Howard University pg 121
9,000,000 Misc Senate Expenses pg 134
$100,000,000 to Essential Air carriers pg 162 This of note because the Airlines are going to need billions in loans to keep them afloat. $100,000,000 is chump change
$40,000,000,000 goes to the Take Responsibility to Workers and Families Act. This sounds like it’s direct payments for workers. Pg 164
$1,000,000,000 Airlines Recycle and Save Program pg 163
$25,000,000 to the FAA for administrative costs pg 165
$492,000,000 to National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak) pg 167
$526,000,000 Grants to Amtrak to remain available if needed through 2021 pg 168 (what are the odds that doesn’t go unused)
Hidden on page 174 the Secretary has 7 days to allocate the funds & notify Congress
$25,000,000,000 for Transit Infrastructure pg 169
$3,000,000 Maritime Administration pg 172
$5,000,000 Salaries and Expensive Office of the Inspector General pg 172
No voter ID to get a ballot, & anonymous “ballot harvesting” pg 650
$2,500,000 Public and Indian Housing pg 175
$5,000,000 Community Planning and Development pg 175
$2,500,000 Office of Housing
$1,500,000,000 Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Office of Public and Indian Housing. 1,000,000,000 of which can be used as “additional administrative and other expenses”. pg 176
$720,000,000 to the public housing fund pg 177
$100,000,000 for Community Block Grants for Native Americans pg 183
$250,000,000 for Housing Block Grants for Tribes pg 182
$130,000,000 for AIDS Housing pg 185
$20,000,000 of which goes to one time grantees whatever the hell that means pg 186
$15,000,000,000 for the Community Development Fund pg 188
Only $10,000,000 of which is set aside for infrastructure for fighting infectious disease pg 191
$5,000,000,000 in Homeless Assistance pg 193
$100,000,000,000 for Rental Assistance – pg 198
An additional $7,000,000 enforce the Fair Housing Act – 203
Paid Family Leave for Sickness is 2 paid work weeks pg 213
Emergency Family Leave
Now applies to all employers not just companies over 500 employees pg 208
Guarantees paid leave to employees who have an in-law who gets sick pg 209
Opens up leave for some you are in a “committed relationships with” pg 212
$1,000,000,000 for more Obamaphones!
$227,000,000 for grants to States for youth pg 80
$261,000,000 for grants to States for dislocated worker employment and training activities, including supportive services and needs-related payments; pg 80
$10,000,000 for Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker programs
$100,000,000 for ‘‘Job Corps’’,
$15,000,000 for ‘‘Program Administration’’,
$6,500,000 to the ‘‘Wage and Hour Division’’,
$30,000,000 to OSHA
$10,000,000 for Susan Harwood training grants
$1,300,000,000, for ‘‘Primary Health Care’’
$75,000,000, for ‘‘Student Aid Administration’’
$9,500,000,000, for ‘‘Higher Education’’


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