Stimulus Update Bernie Is Doing It, New $900 Monthly Checks For The Low Income & Stimulus Package Update 2022

 Stimulus Update Bernie Is Doing It,  New $900 Monthly Checks For The Low Income & Stimulus Package Update 2022

Bernie Sanders just said it when it comes to the stimulus package, also, a new monthly check program just approved for the low income and some surprising economic data I want to share with you on this topic. Let's get right to it. But if you haven't done so, or if you're new here, make sure to subscribe to our site as information is changing very rapidly. And I'm here for you every single day with all of the latest updates so you can stay connected with everything going on because as I've said in previous topics, all of this is going to impact us to some degree. And we want to know what is coming up right now, especially with all of these packages, proposals, announcements, reform, and so many other things that are going on right now.

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So let's quickly talk about this new economic data that I want to share with you, because this is actually really surprising and it all comes into play for exactly what I've been talking about for several weeks now in a few of the videos lately. So as we know, since we started 2022 and realistically, even through the last portion of December 2021, we were seeing these COVID cases really going up significantly, really fast.

Right? We were seeing hundreds of thousands and even over a million cases every single day. Well, as I was saying for the last couple of weeks now in some of the videos, I'm saying we got to watch this very closely because the economic impacts of all of these covered cases is something we need to watch very closely, even though that they say this new variant is much more mild and people aren't getting as sick about it. That's good. That's one good thing about it.

But the fact of the matter is, if that many people are being infected every single day, there's a lot of people that are not showing up to work, a lot of businesses that are having limited hours, a lot of businesses that are maybe closing the economic impacts of all of this. We've seen the thousands and thousands of flights that have been canceled over the last few weeks here because so many people are out sick. So the economic impact this is something we've got to watch very closely. Even though the variant might be more mild which, again, is great if people are not getting quite as sick or whatever. That's a really good thing.

However, there's still going to be some negative impacts to the economy as a result of people not being able to go to work. Right. You've been hearing me talk about this for a while now. However, check this out. Between December 29 and January 10 of 2022, how many people do you think called in sick to work and could not report to work?

I'm going to give you a quick guess. It's in the millions. Do you want to guess now? I couldn't believe it when I saw this number 8.8 million people just between that two week period called in sick and did not report to work because of Covid 8.8, just under 9 million people in two weeks alone, actually. In fact, it's just under two weeks.

We're not able to show up to work because of COVID. So there you go. That right. There is a perfect example of what I've been talking about. This is just a little not even two-week period of time that we're taking a quick little snapshot or a glimpse at.

I mean, seriously, can you see the economic impacts behind all of this? And we've seen across many different fast-food restaurants, grocery stores, all kinds of places right now, as I've been talking about in a couple of previous videos, that they're limiting their hours and in some cases, they're not even opening because they have their staff and the little bit of staff that they do have might be out sick and therefore, they can't even open their doors. Right. I don't know. Kind of an interesting situation.

When I came across this report just a short time ago, I thought, wow, I got to share this with the community because this is very important to understand. Right. So anyway, I wanted to bring that to you because I thought it was very interesting and something we had to continue watching because if these cases continue to spread, the more economic impact that we're going to have is going to be greater and greater. Ultimately, it's not going to be good for the economy. Right.

Again, what ultimately impacts stimulus checks and prompts stimulus checks. Right. First off, the unemployment rate, jobs and the economic impact, all of these factors combined is typically what constitutes the sending out of additional stimulus. So again, got to read that very closely because I know all of us here in the community are wondering if, when how, and how much will there be stimulus checks? When can we get them?

Is there going to be another one? All of these questions I know many of us in this community are wondering. So anyway, I just want to throw that out there for you. All right. Let's quickly talk about this new monthly check program that was just approved for the low income.

Now, again, I just said stimulus. I apologize. This would technically not be called stimulus. This is a guaranteed basic income program. Surprisingly enough, the video that I just released a few hours ago, I made that video, and then I found this program.

So I didn't even see this program until after I made that video and put it up. I just found this program just a short time ago. So this is actually interesting because this is a perfect example of exactly what I talked about in that last video I just posted a few hours ago. Guaranteed basic income. Right.

Remember me talking about that in the last video? By the way, if you didn't see that last video, I would highly recommend going back and checking that one out after you get done watching this one, because this right now that I'm about to talk about is a perfect example of a guaranteed basic income program. So this is kind of interesting because I haven't seen any of these pop up here in probably, I don't know, maybe a month or so. It's been quite a while. However, through the entire course of 2021, I was back with you probably every single week laying out these new guaranteed basic income programs because they were popping up all over the place.

But it's been a little while since I've seen one. But I just found this one for you and I wanted to share it with you. Now, again, as I always say, with these programs, these are very isolated programs. They don't encompass everybody. But it's something we need to continue watching because these pilot programs continue popping up literally all over the country.

And it's only a matter of time until one shows up in your backyard or we get a nationwide program just like some of the representatives have introduced. And that would be amazing because that would spread across the entire country like a huge umbrella encompassing everybody underneath it. Everybody. Right. So good stuff.

All right, let me show you the details on this one, and I'll tell you why this is exactly a perfect example of a guaranteed basic income program. So this one was just approved in Washington, DC. It is focused on low-income new mothers, and they're going to be getting $900 per month. So in Washington, DC, if you happen to be a new mother and you're low income, hey, Congratulations. You might want to check this one out because you could be grabbing $900 every single month, no strings attached.

All right, so let's quickly talk about this for a minute so we can better understand this. Here's the deal. As I talked about in that previous video just a couple of hours ago, this is a perfect example of a guaranteed basic income program. It's a guaranteed income $900 for a specified group of people, low-income new mothers. Right.

So you can see right here it's a very specific group of people, new mothers in Washington, DC, who are low income. Very specific. Right. This is a classic guaranteed basic income program right here, $900. Now here's why we need to watch this very closely, because we do have that proposal that was introduced, I don't know, six, seven months ago by Ilhan Omar, which is one of the progressive representatives out of the House, and she introduced a $1,200 guaranteed basic income program for the low income across the entire country nationwide.

So that's a big program. And that is much more widespread than this one that I just introduced right here in this video, the $900 for new mothers in Washington, DC. So that's why you got to watch these programs, because one of the provisions that Ilhan actually introduced in her proposal, whenever it was six, seven months ago when she introduced it was she wanted to set up hundreds of pilot programs all across the country doing exactly what this one right here is doing in Washington, DC, for new mothers. Right. So anyway, this is a classic, perfect example of a guaranteed basic income or GBI program.

So anyway, if you didn't see that video from a couple of hours ago, I would say go back and check that one out. I laid it all out very closely. And with this new example right here, I think you're going to find all of this to come together very closely, and you'll find the examples here. And you'll think this is a pretty good example right here. So I hope that helps you out.

And again, as we get more of these details coming out here on any more of these guaranteed basic income programs, of course, I'll bring those to you as I get them. And yes, I do know that they don't always encompass everybody. But the deal is I know that a lot of you in this community are spread out all across the country, and I want to help out as many people as I can. So if something comes up in your area, of course, I want to make sure that we know about it. And then I'm letting everybody know.

Maybe there's some of you here in the community that are new mothers in Washington. I don't know if you are. You probably want to check it out. $900, no strings attached. Yeah.

Perfect. All right. Let's quickly talk about Bernie Sanders. And what is he now saying about the stimulus package and something else that we've got to watch closely now, I think all of us recognize Bernie Sanders is one of these guys you kind of always got to keep an eye on. Right.

You might be watching Congress as a whole, but with one eye, you're kind of watching Bernie out of the sides it. Right. You always got to keep an eye on Bernie because you never know what he's going to do. And a lot of times when he is out speaking, a lot of people are listening, even though he makes a lot of noise. Let's be real.

Bernie makes a lot of noise, but the deal is when Bernie says something and he has an initiative and he wants something, a lot of times he gets what he wants. Right? I mean, let's just be real. Whether you like him or you don't, it doesn't really matter.

The fact of the matter is Bernie typically gets what he wants, which is kind of a good thing. And I don't know, maybe it's a bad thing. I don't really know. But I'm just saying it's kind of a good thing, especially when he's calling for stimulus or things like that. Now here's the deal. Bernie Sanders was just out a short time ago calling on an immediate vote on a version of the build-back, better agenda. Now we know that the build-back better plan or agenda is in the Senate right now, $2.2 trillion that was passed through the House. Here's what's interesting, though. Bernie Sanders said an immediate vote on a version of the build back better agenda. Interesting, right? Yeah. So he's not saying that we should come in and vote on the $2.2 trillion, but rather a version of so here you go. Perfect example of why we're starting to see all of these lawmakers or the vast majority of them anyway coming out and pretty much recognizing that the $2.2 trillion House bill that is in the Senate right now, it's not going anywhere realistically. And I think even Bernie recognizes that with these statements right here.

So Bernie is all fired up behind all of this. He wants something done. He's sick of all this inaction. I think a lot of us are. So Bernie's probably speaking for a lot of us right now when this build that better plan is just sitting there. Nothing is being done. Sorry. Congress is just kind of hanging around and we're waiting for action. Right. We're waiting for something to be done here. There was a little bit of talk yesterday about the stimulus package. In fact, we got some good information out of Joe Manchin as well as Nancy Pelosi. Now, we've got these comments out of Bernie Sanders on the build back better. But essentially, Bernie Sanders is saying we've got to get something done here. Congress has been working way too long, not getting a whole lot done and working just for the rich, the wealthy, the one-percenters. It is time to work for the working class and help out the lower-income Americans who rely on fixed income benefits, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, things like this. It is time to finally start working for these people, the lower-income people, which is good, right?

Good stuff. So again, this is awesome. As soon as we can kind of get people like Bernie Sanders to finally step up and say, hey, I'm sick of waiting. We've got to get something done here. It's actually a good thing because here's the thing. When was the last time that we heard Chuck Schumer say, hey, guys, check it out. I'm going to bring the build back better agenda to the floor for a vote December. I mean, realistically, when was the last time Chuck Schumer said that he is the leader of the Senate on the Democratic side, right. He is the one who has the control to bring this to the floor for a vote and open it up for debate? Well, way back in December, they said they'd be bringing it to the floor right away in early January. Sorry, we're pushing like late January now and we still haven't seen it yet. So when is this going to happen? Right. I think a lot of us have been wondering and we haven't heard anything about it when we may be getting that. Now. Again, there has been some speculation that may be next week.

There could be this bill brought to the floor and actually opened up. But again, that's just speculation, saying, well, based on everything we're seeing right now, it could actually come next week. But again, no confirmation on that quite yet. So it's nice we finally have Bernie stepping up here saying, all right, it's time. We got to do something already. So there's a lot of people out there that are struggling right now and we need this additional support. We need something to be done. We need the build back better, a version of it, the full package, whatever it happens to be, something has got to get done here. So kind of nice that we're seeing some action here as far as Bernie stepping up those remarks out of Joe Manchin yesterday, Nancy Pelosi stepping up yesterday, making some remarks. We're finally seeing some talk about this. So anyway, these are some of the updates I wanted to bring you right here today. Of course, there's a lot more going on out there. I will keep you posted as we get more details. So, yeah, let's leave it there for right now. I'll be back a little bit later with more updates.

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