House Speaker Nancy Pelosi passed arguably one of the most radical bills imaginable in the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives last week.
The House voted 208 to 199 to pass a $3 trillion relief bill amid the coronavirus bringing the U.S. economy to a grinding halt.
The bill, however, is so radical that more than a dozen Democrats even voted against it.
Fourteen Democrats crossed party lines to vote against it, and New York Rep. Peter King was the only Republican who voted in favor.
California Democratic Rep. Katie Porter excoriated her own party over the legislation, calling it a liberal “wish list” that has no chance of getting any bipartisan support.
“The HEROES Act is dead on arrival,” Porter said, The Hill reported.
“There was no bipartisan negotiation here and no effort at bipartisan negotiation, which I also think is problematic,” Porter went on to say.