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1 week ago

Liberals across the country are whining over the release of President Trump’s America-First Budget. This budget looks to allocate resources to better serve our nation and it puts frivolous pet projects on the chopping block.

President Trump is looking to slash funding for public broadcasting. Both NPR and PBS have a long history of providing biased news, all while being funded by American taxpayers. The government shouldn’t be funding what acts, in part, as a political arm for the Democratic party.

The liberals are likely to say that Trump killed Big Bird, but there is much more to public broadcasting than Sesame Street.

It will likely take more than a year to cut out funding for public broadcasting entirely as they are funded two years in advance.
Our federal government has been spending at an out-of-control level for far too long. Just like when you’re in a personal financial crunch, you have to make do with what you have.

And the federal government isn’t the only source of income for PBS and NPR. They get plenty of funds from globalist corporations like the Ford Foundation. In fact, on NPR’s own website they report, “On average, less than 1% of NPR’s annual operating budget comes in the form of grants from CPB (Corporation for Public Broadcasting) and federal agencies and departments.”

Liberals are, of course, furious about Big Bird loosing his tax-dollar handout.

Talk about clueless!

The video below has more information on the Trump Administration’s America-First Budget.

We need to get our financial house in order. This is one reason why Donald Trump was elected President. He knows how to take a business in a financial crisis and turn it around. Now he is steering our federal government towards being fiscally solvent again.

Share this if you support putting America First!

H/T: 100 Percent Fed Up

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