Democrats Looks to Delay Virus Stimulus Checks Again with Silly Signature Stunt

The longer this virus crisis drags onward, the more desperate America becomes.

In order to beat COVID-19, we need to practice “social distancing”.  In order achieve this, the human race must forego restaurants, concerts, sporting events, and anywhere else that a great many of us could come into contact with one another.

This has obviously impacted the economy in a myriad of ways, and, as such, the federal government has been trying like hell to get economic relief out to the American people.

Now, in an effort to prove himself to “the resistance”, New York Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer is proposing an anti-Trump stunt that could delay some of this much needed cash from getting to those who need it most.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is expected to introduce a provision to prevent President Trump’s signature from appearing on stimulus checks as part of the next coronavirus relief package, he announced this week.

Schumer plans to introduce the “No PR Act,” which would effectively prevent federal dollars from going toward “any material that promotes the names or signatures of Trump or Vice President Mike Pence,” according to Politico.

“President Trump unfortunately appears to see the pandemic as just another opportunity to promote his own political interests,” Schumer said in a statement.

“The No PR Act puts an end to the president’s exploitation of taxpayer money for promotional material that only benefits his re-election campaign,” he continued.

“Delaying the release of stimulus checks so his signature could be added is a waste of time and money,” Schumer added, alluding to a previous Democrat narrative that proved to be false.

Schumer appears oblivious to the fact that this stunt of his, which is childish in and of its own accord, could force an actual delay in the execution of this stimulus payment.