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Jay Chen: Will Rep. Michelle Steel follow the orders of pharmaceutical special interests yet again?

With Big Pharma instructing their bought representatives to vote against the Inflation Reduction Act, which among other key inflation reduction provisions, would lower the cost of prescription drugs by allowing Medicare to negotiate with drug makers to lower prices, voters are waiting yet again to see whether Rep. Michelle Steel will side with working families or special interests.

Background on Special Interest Steel:

Siding with Big Pharma: when Rep. Michelle Steel had the chance to cap the cost of insulin at $35, Steel voted NO.

Siding with the Gun Lobby: when Rep. Michelle Steel had the chance to make history in supporting the bipartisan gun safety bill, Steel voted NO.

Siding with Big Oil and Gas: when Rep. Michelle Steel had the chance to help working families by stopping price gouging on gas, Steel voted NO.

“Time and time again, Steel says she’s fighting for our working families, but then goes behind their backs and plays DC politics by siding with special interests on crucial votes,” said Lt. Commander Jay Chen. “In Congress, I’ll take on special interests and work with members from both sides of the aisle to combat inflation, promote small businesses, and create good-paying jobs, because working families deserve a true fighter.”

This article was released by Jay Chen for Congress.

5 Comments

  1. Michelle Steel says she is an inflation fighter but disproves that claim with every vote she makes, specially against the Inflation Reduction Act which could have included the $35 price cap in insulin, but the Senate could not find 10 Republican votes in favor of that. Michelle Steel needs to profess her dedication for the former president that keeps top secret documents in violation of the Espionage Act. Michelle Steel you tell the former president you want transparency. Why does Trump need to keep top secret documents about the US nuclear weapons program? When others have been captured doing the same thing, their intention was to sell that information to enemies of the US.

  2. Thank you Rep Steel for voting against the ridiculously named Inflation Reduction Act that Jay Chen supports. This crazy named act is really the Build An IRS Army Act. Or Inflation Forever Act.

    Jay Chen supports 87,000 new IRS agents. That should scare every freedom loving American. I am voting for Rep. Steel.

    1. More IRS agents are a good thing Debbie. Unless you got something to hide with your taxes like the MAGA party does. What should actually scare every freedom loving American is how a former president took highly classified materials that could jeopardize our national security. But keep drinking that Kool aid hun

      1. It frightens me that there are Americans like Michael who embrace Marxism in our country. Very sad.

        1. It’s sad that people support wealthy tax cheats and want it to be easier for them to avoid taxes illegally because of lack of staffing at the IRS. I don’t get any benefit from taxes unpaid by the wealthy.

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