Public figures have weighed in on the new relief package passed by Congress. “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson said he can’t get behind the new $600 direct-payment checks and believes Americans deserve more.

On Monday, the Senate and the House passed a $900 billion relief package that will give taxpayers a one-time payment of $600 and the unemployment package attached to it will give Americans who’ve lost their jobs due to COVID-19 just $300 a week.

There’s been a backlash from many Americans about this package, and many hope President Donald Trump vetos the bill. There had been pressure from Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri and Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont to have direct payments of $1,200 -- the same amount as the CARES Act in March.

Robertson shared his thoughts and opinions on Instagram, creating a very long post that outlines what he believes Americans deserve.

“Politicians put people out of work, killed small businesses, and said it was to protect us. And now Congress wants to send Americans $600 for their troubles?” Robertson stated.

“I'll never put my faith in a pork-filled bill so heavy it has to be wheeled around. I'm going with Jesus Politics instead,” he continued.

Many social media users have agreed with him.

Actor Alyssa Milano is another celebrity that’s shared her opinions about the new bill, joining in the chorus to disagree with the bill. She’s known for her outspokenness and her opposition to the Trump administration.

Many users also agreed with Milano, whether they’re a fan of her or not.

Despite the objections, Trump is expected to sign the relief bill on Tuesday. The House had passed the bill by a 359-53 vote, while the Senate passed the bill by 92-6 vote.

Direct payments are expected to reach Americans starting early next week.

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Television personality Phil Robertson speaks ahead of Sen. Ted Cruz during a campaign event at the Eagle Aviation Hangar in Columbia, South Carolina, Feb. 19, 2016. Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images