One of the earliest scandals stemming from the massive $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief bill relates to funding for a cultural icon that really should have been deemed “non-essential” in the first place.

Democrats insisted that part of the money being printed and spent for COVID-19 ‘relief’ include a $25 million ‘stimulus’ payment to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, more commonly known simply as the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.


Few Americans have been to the place and the fact of the matter is, few Americans will ever go there. But because Democrats use national emergencies and other crises to advance their political agenda — this one being persistent taxpayer-supported welfare for pet projects — they demanded an injection of cash for the center so it could keep its employees working.

Instead, the good folks who run the center starting laying workers off, including members of the National Symphony Orchestra.

And now, some House Republicans are demanding to know why.

Fox News reports that GOP members of the Oversight and Reform Committee…

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