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Tax Cuts: Democrats aggressively push false narrative for 2020

Tax Cuts: Democrats aggressively push false narrative for 2020
May 01
19:26 2019

With nothing to run on, except their hatred for President Trump, Democrats have decided to wage a disinformation campaign targeted directly at hard-working Americans across the entire economic spectrum, regardless of whether it’s a top wage earner or an individual at the bottom end of the wage scale. Democrats are coming after you with none stop false and misleading propaganda attempting to convince wage earners that the President’s massive and historic tax cuts, are designed only for wealthy individuals and corporations.

The false narrative embraced by all of the 2020 Democratic hopefuls, purposely lying to the American wage earner isn’t something new; Democrats have been using this tactic for countless generations, targeting primarily African American. However this effort in the face of a booming economy, and with a GDP rate hovering at 3.2% combined with a record number of individuals fully employed across all socio-economic class, Democrats are nevertheless pulling out all the stops attempting to paint the Trump economy in a negative light.

Moreover, their scheme seems to be working, in a recent poll, only 17% of working Americans thought their taxes went down, despite overwhelming data that the President’s across-the-board tax cut, benefited nearly 90% of all wage earners.

Overall 28% of wage earners actually believe their taxes went up, while 27% believe their taxes remained the same. The disinformation for many wage earners in not being able to wrap their heads around the fact that this tax season, refund checks were a bit smaller than in previous years, because wage earners actually paid less payroll tax, thus having more money in their weekly paychecks.

The other issue may be a lot more problematic for President Trump going into the 2020 election regarding tax cuts, in that “low-information” voters, those folks who seldom pay attention to the issues of the day, are more inclined to simply listen to a friend or neighbor regarding tax cuts, rather then actually doing a little due-diligence on their own.

However, facts speak for themselves and according to the Treasury Department over 90% of US workers experienced higher take-home pay in 2018 thanks to the President’s new law.

Moreover, exactly two-thirds of taxpayers received a tax cut, averaging nearly $2,200, including nearly 82% of all middle-income earners averaging $1,050 in tax cuts.

Now contrast that with Presidential hopeful California’s Kamala Harris appearing at a forum hosted by a labor union in which Harris talked about the need to raise taxes on the middle class, and also force workers back into unions.

Harris doubled down insisting that the 2017 tax reform law must be repealed in its entirety.

Harris wasn’t alone in espousing this view, Politico reports; “Nearly every Democratic candidate has vowed to roll back Trump’s 2017 tax reform legislation, which they say unfairly benefits corporations and top earners.”

Democrats are desperately attempting to convince the public that the President’s historic tax reforms are a giveaway to the rich and corporations, falsely claiming that it disfranchises the middle-class and working Americans.

However, Harris’ call for massive tax increases on working Americans is an inevitable consequence of her progressive agenda, which would bankrupt America if ever actually implemented.

“Thankfully” the President as the bully pulpit and the ability to effectively communicate like no other President before him, and can easily command a viewing audience in the millions using those rallies that draw tens of thousands of supporters around the country.

Moreover, the President isn’t waiting for the official campaign season to begin, he’s already out there, setting his record straight and ignoring both the 2020 Presidential candidates along with the mainstream media’s attempt to undermine his economic accomplishments.

Perhaps the best way to sum up the delusion among the left concerning the President’s tax cuts, is a tweet from Ash Lee Strong
“NYT: “If you’re an American taxpayer, you probably got a tax cut last year.”

“…the gap between perception and reality on the tax cuts appears to flow from a sustained and misleading effort by liberal opponents.”
— AshLee Strong (@AshLeeStrong) April 14, 2019

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3 Comments

  1. TonyB
    TonyB May 02, 19:38

    Misleading, or conflicting, statements:-

    “However, facts speak for themselves and according to the Treasury Department over 90% of US workers experienced higher take-home pay in 2018 thanks to the President’s new law.”

    I suspect the last six words are untrue, that the 90% figure includes those who received raises. Otherwise this sentence is in direct contradiction of the next sentence.

    “Moreover, exactly two-thirds of taxpayers received a tax cut, averaging nearly $2,200, including nearly 82% of all middle-income earners averaging $1,050 in tax cuts.”

    We need unassailable facts to counter the ‘tax the rich’ idiots.

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  2. Billy Williams
    Billy Williams May 02, 20:04

    Hard to comment on what goes on in Washington when Washington don’ know what is going on . One day someone up there is going to tell the truth and we want know it.

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  3. Sydcams
    Sydcams July 12, 18:36

    I don’t dispute that a majority of American’s received a tax cut. But when most American’s don’t even notice that their weekly pay increased, then did that tax cut change their lives at all? For Corporations and top 1%, it was very noticeable.

    I also recall a lot of the statements the president and others made. Such as the average family would see a $4000 increase in take home (your reporting above indicates that didn’t happen). People also said that the negative impact to the National Debt would be offset by increases in GDP…which is also Fake news.

    Also, the tax cuts on average american’s will expire in a few years, while tax cuts for the wealthy are permanent.

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