Senator Gillibrand Redefines Infrastructure Meaning and Gets Slammed

New York Democrat Senator Kirsten Gillibrand was immediately slammed by critics over her stretching the meaning of the word infrastructure.

Gillibrand posted her comment on social media.

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Gillibrand went to great lengths to redefine the meaning of infrastructure in tandem with President Biden’s push this week for a $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan and his calls for expanding the meaning of infrastructure.

New York Post reports:

Biden argued for expanding the definition of “infrastructure” on Wednesday, saying that the idea “has always evolved to meet the aspirations of the American people and their needs. And it is evolving again today.”

Of course, Biden and Gillibrand totally missed the mark about what exactly is considered infrastructure.

New York Post reports:

Infrastructure is generally defined as “basic physical and organizational structures and facilities,” such as buildings, roads and power supplies.

There was no shortage of criticism on social media where Gillibrand was mocked numerous times.

Gillibrand was also criticized by the Left.

Biden’s proposal for infrastructure spending includes financing through massive tax hikes imposed upon corporations and individuals.

It’s not surprising the Democrats’ wish list, from child care, elder care, and paid leave, has nothing to do with actual infrastructure projects but everything to do with their goal of advancing their radical political agenda including pork spending and pet projects.