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BREAKING: Biden’s Signature Will NOT Appear On New Stimulus Checks!


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Add another piece of evidence to the “Biden is not President” column!

It’s really mounting up, isn’t it?

Green screens, fake White House sets, no Air Force One call symbol when he travels, the list goes on and on and on!

And here’s another one.

When President Trump sent out stimulus checks, his big and beautiful signature was right on the check!

You know, exactly like you’d expect!

But this new batch under the alleged “Biden Administration”….?

No Biden signature.

Some early reports said President Trump’s signature would be on them:

But that appears to be inaccurate.

President Trump’s signature will reportedly not be on them, but neither will Biden’s:

Memo to Joe: if you’re trying to convince the country you are actually the real President, you’re doing a terrible job of it!

ABC News had this to report:

President Joe Biden’s signature will not appear on the stimulus checks expected to be sent to Americans once the COVID stimulus plan is signed into law, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday.

Physical stimulus checks sent to American households last year included a note on the bottom left with then-President Donald Trump’s name. Individuals receiving electronic stimulus payments also received a letter signed by the President.
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Psaki said during Tuesday’s White House press briefing that Biden didn’t think the inclusion of his signature on the payments “was a priority or a necessary step. His focus was on getting them out as quickly as possible.”

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The US House of Representatives is gearing up for a final vote on President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief plan with a third stimulus check in an effort to send it to the White House to be signed into law later this week.

Psaki also said the federal government plans to expand electronic payments, which are “substantially faster” than checks, adding that physical checks will be signed by a career official at the Bureau of the Fiscal Service.

“We are doing everything in our power to expedite the payments and not delay them, which is why the President’s name will not appear on the memo line of this round of stimulus checks … This is not about him. This is about the American people getting relief, almost 160 million of them,” she added.

The decision to include Trump’s name on the checks last year was part of a last-minute order by the Treasury Department that drew criticism from Democrats who saw the move as an effort to tie the payments to Trump just as the presidential campaign was getting underway. Then-Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said it had been his idea.

“I’m sure people will be very happy to get a big fat beautiful check and my name is on it,” Trump said at the time.

The COVID relief bill, titled the American Rescue Plan, passed the House on Wednesday and Biden’s signed it into law Thursday.

Even CNN has confirmed the story:

President Joe Biden’s signature will not appear on the stimulus checks expected to be sent to Americans once the Covid stimulus plan is passed, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday.

Physical stimulus checks sent to American households last year included a note on the bottom left with then-President Donald Trump’s name. Individuals receiving electronic stimulus payments also received a letter signed by the President.
Psaki said during Tuesday’s White House press briefing that Biden didn’t think the inclusion of his signature on the payments “was a priority or a necessary step. His focus was on getting them out as quickly as possible.”

Psaki also said the federal government plans to expand electronic payments, which are “substantially faster” than checks, adding that physical checks will be signed by a career official at the Bureau of the Fiscal Service.

“We are doing everything in our power to expedite the payments and not delay them, which is why the President’s name will not appear on the memo line of this round of stimulus checks … This is not about him. This is about the American people getting relief, almost 160 million of them,” she added.

The decision to include Trump’s name on the checks last year was part of a last-minute order by the Treasury Department that drew criticism from Democrats who saw the move as an effort to tie the payments to Trump just as the presidential campaign was getting underway. Then-Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said it had been his idea.
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“I’m sure people will be very happy to get a big fat beautiful check and my name is on it,” Trump said at the time.

The current Covid relief bill, titled the American Rescue Plan, is expected to get a final vote in the House on Wednesday and then head to Biden’s desk to be signed into law.

Psaki said Tuesday that the White House is “not taking anything for granted” as the legislative process plays out, but she said the administration is “pushing through the finish line.” She also relayed that federal agencies anticipate being able to start delivering payments later this month, after the plan is signed into law.

Psaki said the first group to receive payments will be those who used direct deposit information to file their taxes in 2019 or 2020, followed by filers who didn’t provide that information but for whom the IRS has payment information.

I love how they try to say that not including Biden’s signature will “speed up the process”.

What a joke!

You morons act like Biden would be personally signing every check!

It’s just a digital upload of his signature onto the printer before it prints the checks.

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It would take about an extra 5 minutes.

That is, if you were really, actually President.

It might be significantly tougher if you were not President of the United States….

Just sayin’!

They’ll probably add something like this instead:



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