“Biden will face a divided Senate when he takes office that could be controlled by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) depending on the outcome of two Jan. 5 runoff elections in Georgia.
“This will make moving legislation difficult, and will almost certainly force Biden to lean on executive actions and regulatory work — both to accomplish his own agenda and dismantle President Trump’s.”
“(T)here’s the government-assaulting-work-and-workers idiocy….
“New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu on Work-from-Home Tax Dispute with Massachusetts:
“‘The shift to working from home is leading to a heated debate between states over how to tax workers….’
“Appearing…on CNBC, Republican Sununu was spectacular:
“‘(Big government New York and Massachusetts) are coming after our citizens – and we’re going to put up a fight.…’
“‘Covid has changed the dynamic in so many ways. Whether it’s families and businesses moving into New Hampshire – people understanding they can work remotely with the good quality of life we provide here. No income tax, no sales tax, great schools, safe state.…’
“See how matter-of-factly Sununu references ‘people…can work remotely?’ He can do that because Internet Service Providers (ISPs) – combined with the less government federal policies…have made working remotely a matter of fact.
“More Sununu on the fabulous success of ISPs and less government:
“‘People realize that working remotely is possible. You can have all that connectivity in a place like New Hampshire but not have to be in the dire straits of a New York City or Boston or Seattle or San Francisco. Folks are moving here. They’re working remotely. They can stay with their business anywhere in the country – but still be right here in tax-free New Hampshire….
“‘We’re booming. We’re absolutely booming. (People) are coming (to New Hampshire) from all across the country….Let’s say you’re in New York. You have a mayor that doesn’t know what he’s doing. You have years of terrible policy out of Albany (New York’s state capital).
“‘People have choices. And 2020 is making them drive to those decisions. It’s like they put a big sign on the Brooklyn Bridge that said – ‘Last one out turn out the lights.’ And everyone is finally saying ‘Look, we’re going to come up to a place like New Hampshire…, where we can have that connectivity….
“‘Young families are finally realizing: Why pay all this money for (big government states’ lack of) quality of life – when we can still be connected, but be in a place like New Hampshire where they’re not hitting us with taxes, the government doesn’t get in our way. It’s a government that promotes business – not fights it.’”
Biden, Inc’s hyper-regulatory government — will wage war on business. Including the business of connecting We the People to the Internet.