Lawmakers have been passing spending payments with uncommon velocity and little fanfare recently, most not too long ago the $854 billion bundle protecting the Departments of Protection, Well being and Human Providers, Labor and Schooling that sailed by way of the Senate Tuesday.

The benefit with which these big spending payments are passing isn’t sitting properly with some conservatives in Congress, in keeping with The Hill. “It’s a little bit frustrating right now,” mentioned Rep. Mark Walker, the chairman of the conservative Republican Research Committee. Walker warned final week that members of his caucus might not assist the Senate invoice when the Home returns subsequent week.

The conservative Membership for Development expressed the frustration many conservatives are feeling in an announcement in response to the Senate invoice, saying that “it reaffirms the budget-busting deal that Congress passed earlier this year. It completely ignores the trillion dollar annual and perpetual deficits that are fast approaching. … In typical DC fashion, politicians in both parties settled their differences by just spending more money.”

The underside line: Whereas conservatives could also be pissed off with the spending payments transferring by way of a Republican-controlled Congress, there’s most likely not a lot they’ll do about it, given the broad bipartisan settlement to lift spending subsequent 12 months. “I don’t know that conservatives have a whole lot of leverage here, so I haven’t given it as much thought as I have given to other things,” mentioned Mark Meadows (R-NC), the chairman of the Home Freedom Caucus.

Sen. James Lankford (R-OK), a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, steered that the spending ship had already sailed: “The spending levels are always an issue for me personally, but we also had an agreement on what those would be this year,” Lankford mentioned. “The time to be able to fight out what you’re going to do on the spending levels is earlier, before you make the agreement on what’s going to happen.”

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