House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) blasted Republican officials who voted against President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus bill, but now are trying to take credit for the legislation.
During her weekly news conference, Pelosi said that the bill "will make an immediate difference in people's lives, injecting vaccine into their arms, money into their pockets, children going back into school safely and people going to work safely."
"Unfortunately, Republicans, as I say, you know, vote no and take the dough," Pelosi continued. "You see already some of them claiming, 'Oh, this is a good thing,' or 'That's a good thing,' but they couldn't give it a vote."
Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) is one of first Republicans coming forward to brag about how great the stimulus bill was after he voted against it.
See Pelosi's weekly press conference below:
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