November 19, 2021 ☼ hagedorn
Source: MinnPost - Link
Hagedorn’s vote against the bill is particularly bad, given the investments the bill makes in rural districts like the one he represents. Two-thirds of Minnesota’s money ($4.5 billion) will go to roads and bridges that were graded by the American Society of Civil Engineers as a D+ and C.
But Hagedorn, in a statement on the infrastructure and Build Back Better bill, takes out his partisan bullwhip and calls these “a Trojan Horse for the Democrats to force their socialist agenda on the American people.”
Hagendorn’s “Reports” are simply anti-democratic screeds filled with outrage inducing rhetoric rather than facts.