House Republicans Introduce Legislation Giving $14 Billion To Israel, Propose Offsetting Cuts * * by Danielle

House Republicans introduced legislation that would provide Israel with $14.3 billion.

In order to foot the bill, legislators want to cut into the funds allocated to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the Inflation Reduction Act.

“Specifically, it targets some of the $80 billion the package gave to the IRS,” Fox News wrote.

“HOUSE REPUBLICANS’ Israel aid bill is out. It offsets $14.3 billion in Israel aid with $14.3 billion in cuts to IRS from the Inflation Reduction Act. This offset will NEVER, EVER fly. Dems will reject it out of hand,” Punchbowl News’ Jake Sherman commented.

NEWS w @bresreports — HOUSE REPUBLICANS’ Israel aid bill is out.

It offsets $14.3 billion in Israel aid with $14.3 bllion in cuts to IRS from the Inflation Reduction Act.

This offset will NEVER, EVER fly. Dems will reject it out of hand.

Here’s the bill:…

— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) October 30, 2023

Fox News reports:

Israel is shaping up to be the first big test for newly elected Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., whose first act on the House floor as leader was to pass a bipartisan resolution condemning Hamas.

He’s expected to hold a vote on the Israel aid bill on Thursday.

It will

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