The 2021 Infrastructure Bill


This thing is just loaded with stuff that is absolutely detrimental to the nation.

It requires some sort of breathalyzer device in every car.

Amid the 2,702-page bipartisan infrastructure plan that could get a vote by the week’s end is a series of safety requirements for the vehicles set to travel on all those new and improved roads. The feds are set to make it more difficult to get behind the wheel drunk, requiring automakers to install technology in new cars to prevent drunk driving that could take the form of passive monitors for drivers’ breath, eye scans to check focus or even infrared touch tests on ignition buttons.

The mandate could all but eliminate the one-third of traffic-related deaths in the United States that involve impaired drivers. By the government’s own estimate, drunk driving accounts for one death every 52 minutes. Congress’ proposal is a major public-health move that basically says lawmakers are fine paying for the new roadways, but in exchange they want some safeguards that those new lanes won’t be packed with loaded drivers.

Then it launches a pilot program for a per-mile tax. This is intended to make people vacate rural areas where long distance driving is routine and induce poor people to stick to mass transit, cutting them off from good jobs not located on bus routes.


Representative Chip Roy might be the only politician who bothered to read it. He uncovered an free internet welfare program much like the whole Obamaphone thing and other gibs for the woke crowd.

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