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Why 2020 was unique

Byron York, Washington Examiner


With the $1.9 trillion signed in March, and by the end of the year Dems will likely have

pushed through between $5 trillion and $6 trillion in new spending, by far surpassing spending levels on anything since World War II. But times are changing. If there is no unforeseen crisis, voters are moving back to their more traditional hesitance when it comes to huge new spending proposals. Democrats will feel it in 2022 and 2024.

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