Democrats spent weeks beating up the GOP tax bill. It’s Armageddon. It’s a giveaway to the wealthy. The polling reflected it. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and ex-Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) were so sure that companies would never share the money saved through tax breaks that they made this video below, which did not age well:
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was the first to admit that this bill gives middle and working class families a tax cut. It’s a good thing, he admitted to CNN’s Jake Tapper on Christmas Eve, but it didn’t go far enough. Talk about a shameful moving of the goal posts. Democrats thought the bill wouldn’t pass. It did. They thought it wouldn’t trigger companies to reinvest in their workers. A slate of companies have done just that. This bill will also become more popular. I’m willing to bet a lot on that—and the Left will have to explain why they voted against the American worker, the American middle class, and economic growth when that happens. The Democratic Party was gambling with the financial future and health of American families in order to try ad screw over President Trump because they don’t like him. The GOP has a unique opportunity to deliver a deathblow to the Democrats before the midterms. They need to since the Democrats have the wind to their backs. A smart messaging campaign that tears down their false talking points is a good start. The economy is booming. We’re at four percent economic growth. Consumer confidence is at a 17-year high. The Dow Jones blew past 25,000 once it was revealed that 250,000 private sector jobs were created last December. Apparently, this is all bad news if you’re a member of the Democratic Party. The agenda of getting poorer together is getting upset by the Trump White House.
Left-leaning tax policy center finds that 80.4% of Americans would see a tax cut in 2018. The average decrease would be $2,140. Only 4.8% would see a tax increase.https://t.co/2UVcvrom6d pic.twitter.com/52F9uDx90Z— (((AG))) (@AG_Conservative) December 19, 2017
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