close Video Rep. Thomas Massie responds to bipartisan criticism: I didn’t delay the coronavirus relief bill vote at all House leadership was able to block Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie’s plans to force a recorded vote on the massive coronavirus economic stimulus package. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Perhaps you’re exhausted from debates on Twitter about “My Pillow.” And those sports reruns. Was Duke really the only school to play in every meaningful basketball game of the past three decades? So now you’re wondering exactly what in the world went on the other day on Capitol Hill. That’s when Congress struggled to adopt the coronavirus bill. What was going on with Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY)? And why, oh why couldn’t lawmakers vote from the comfort of their living rooms – while watching Christian Laettner, Bobby Hurley and Mike Krzyzewski, of course? So, let’s explore what happened during the coronavirus debate last week. Let’s start with the controversy in the House about taking a “recorded vote” on the coronavirus bill. Some suggested the House somehow “cheated” or used a shady backdoor method to approve the $2.2 trillion coronavirus package. Under normal… Read full this story
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