Five Times August Roasts Amy Klobuchar For Passing Out-of-Control Spending Bill

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., faced a barrage of criticism after her brazen declaration of passing the latest government spending bill, prompting a swift and sharp response from critics, including Dallas-based music artist Five Times August.

Klobuchar's late-night social media post, where she proclaimed, "You're welcome," following the passage of the $1.2 trillion federal spending package, ignited fury among conservatives and fiscal watchdogs alike, Fox News reports.

Critics, including Republican lawmakers such as Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Sen. Mike Lee, lambasted the bill for its lack of transparency and failure to address pressing issues such as border security. The absence of provisions to tackle illegal immigration, coupled with allocations for progressive initiatives, fueled discontent and highlighted concerns over fiscal responsibility in a nation burdened by soaring debt and inflation, Fox News reports.

Among those denouncing Klobuchar's self-congratulatory tone, Bradley James Skistimas, known professionally as Five Times August, expressed scathing disapproval, responding with "You’re a pretty horrible person." 

Skistimas joined a chorus of voices decrying the bill's passage and its implications for the nation's economic future. His criticism echoed sentiments shared by other prominent figures, including professional athletes and conservative commentators, who condemned her political arrogance and fiscal mismanagement.

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