Guess how much of Biden's $2 TRILLION bill the Dems are touting as an "infrastructure bill" is actually designated to be spent on, you know, infrastructure?
LESS THAN HALF!
President Biden's $2 trillion spending plan, which is being promoted largely as a bill to address infrastructure, directs well under half of its total money to things traditionally defined as infrastructure, according to a Fox News analysis.
The analysis, based on the 25-page summary of the president's proposal for the "American Jobs Plan," indicates less than $750 billion of the spending fits even a broad definition of infrastructure.
"This plan is not about rebuilding America's backbone. Less than 6 percent of this massive proposal goes to roads and bridges," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said. "It would spend more money just on electric cars than on America's roads, bridges, ports, airports and waterways combined."
"Infrastructure" ... OK Joe.