The House on Friday passed Biden’s whopping $1.75 trillion Build Back Better plan, despite the Congressional Budget Office estimating it will add to the nation’s deficit. 

The social spending and climate change bill passed in a 220 to 213 vote. 

As previously reported by Human Events News, the vote comes after Kevin McCarthy’s record-long speech that began Thursday and lasted until the early hours of Friday morning. 

“You’re going to break America,” McCarthy said, per Just the News. 

On Thursday, the Congressional Budget Office estimated that the bill will add $367 billion to the national deficit. 

But still, Democrats surrounded Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the chamber celebrating the announcement of its passing.