Democratic Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema lack empathy for “those who are less fortunate” because they oppose the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill. He cannot accept the economy or essentially the culture heading toward an entitlement attitude, that they’re entitled, Manchin said in a video.
Rep. Tammy Duckworth, D-Illinois, was voted out of the Senate and replaced by Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, whom she claims “represents a little sliver of America going against the people’s will.”
Who is it that has had enough? Waters said that “in every area of society, individuals have been denied, discriminated against, and excluded.” She doesn’t get it. According to Rep. Kyrsten Sinema’s Senate opponent, Democrat Amy Klobuchar, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin may not understand folks who spend half their salary on housing and can’t afford a down payment. “Those who do not have a security deposit for a rental property since it would be twice the expense of getting into that unit.”
These folks are wealthy, and they live very well, Waters added, and they may lack empathy or genuine care for those who are less fortunate. “She doesn’t know. Maybe they don’t get it,” she added, whether they’re talking about poor or middle-class individuals who can’t afford safe and secure homes for their families.
Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema, both Democrats, have been chastised by Rep. Maxine Waters (D) for their opposition to Joe Biden’s Multi-Billion Dollar reconciliation measure. The only reason these moderate politicians would want to cut funding, according to Waters, is that they are “out of touch with the poor and middle classes.” Manchin stated that he could not tolerate the United States’ economy or society devolving into an entitlement mindset.