Bit of misrepresentation here. They want some basic safeguards and transparency to make sure funds are not misused. The White House and Republicans are asking for a 500 billion dollar dark money slush fund with basically zero meaningful guard rails on how that money gets distributed, or any visibility to who benefits from it.Is that why Democrats just killed the stimulus bill to keep people alive just to spite Trump? Lol.
The legislation voted on Sunday, for example, says any companies that Mnuchin finds "eligible" for that 500 billion should maintain the same employment levels that they had March 13th "to the extent practicable." But it doesn't define what practicable even means. This strongly suggests an airline or a cruise company or hotel could accept taxpayer funds, send the money to shareholders, and STILL lay off tons of workers.
If you think is some sort of paranoid libtard excuse to justify casual cruelty to innocent people, then you're willfully ignoring the galling abuses of power from the current administration. The doling out favors to cronies, attempting to weaponize other authorities against perceived enemies (antitrust, government procurement, transportation security administration-screening) It's not paranoid asshole nonsense to worry that Mar-a-Lago members might be unusually big beneficiaries, while other states (Like Illinois) get short shrift.
The new democrat bill is MASSIVELY geared towards protecting the American worker during this emergency, exactly the group you're outraged on behalf of. It includes strict conditions on corporations that accept bailout funds and beefs up paid sick leave and direct cash payments to Americans among a bunch of other shit.
It's a shame that American politics is so insanely vindictive and petty that what's best for your citizens has turned into "Pelosi hates Americans and wants them to suffer" or "Mitch hates Americans and wants them to suffer."