Democrats’ Coronavirus Bill Includes $35 Million for John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center

OPINION

Senate Democrats are trying to use a national emergency to force taxpayers to fund some of their most controversial and radical policies.

They have recommended hundreds of millions of dollars in pork barrel funding — including $35 million in funding for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. It’s on page 76 of the massive document. Click here to read for yourself.

Democrats did not explain how funding a fancy theater would help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

But that amount pales in comparison to the $300 million allocated for the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities.

The bill says the money is meant for “grants to respond to the impacts of coronavirus.” I reckon they are working on some sort of all-star musical celebration of the Wuhan Flu.

Until the Republicans agree to fund this nonsense, the Democrats will continue to block any effort to provide cash to American families and small businesses. This is appalling and absolutely shameful.

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