It's back to work this week for Congress, who have a lot to get to, and not a lot of time.
Overall, this could turn into a brutal month for Democrats. Even with Joe Biden's vengeful vaccine mandate, the Democrats need to come together to avoid a government shutdown, and they also need to get enough votes to pass the mammoth $3.5 trillion -so called- infrastructure bill.
"The Democrats have painted themselves into a corner" said political analyst Vlad Davidiuk, "They know that in order to pass their radical agenda, they have to get all these things done."
Tough to do when you're at least 2 votes short in the Senate. "You have people like Senators Joe Manchin, and Krysten Sinema who understand that what the left is trying to do under the leadership of Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Shumer has very little support outside of the D.C. beltway, and the radical left across the country" Davidiuk told KTRH, "Democrats are desperate right now."
So what's going to happen next? Will the Democrats be too divided to pass their radical wish list, knowing what lies ahead in the 2022 midterms? "What Democrats have consistently shown is that when it comes down to actually voting on their agenda, they fall in line, they follow orders, they do what they're told to do. And that's natural because that is their natural tendency, which is to submit to authoritarianism."
The Democrats have set a self imposed deadline for this month. With a little over two weeks left in September, we shall see what happens.