The left’s so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” has already been exposed as a socialist Trojan horse. When the gimmicks are removed, we learn that it will raise taxes on most Americans.
Raising taxes during a recession? Are they out of their minds? Apparently, for one Democrat, that’s not even good enough.
From The Epoch Times:
House Ways and Means Committee Chair Richard Neal (D-Mass.) told reporters on Aug. 12 as the House considered the $700 billion Inflation Reduction Act that Democrats would be open to further tweaking the tax code after November…
“I do think that there’s a chance here to address some fundamental tax-reform issues,” Neal said.
Democrat Rep. Richard Neal revealed he was open to “tweaking” the tax increases already set in their new tax and spend bill.
He said that after November, they will try to “address some fundamental tax-reform.” Which, for Democrats, means increasing taxes sky-high.
Democrats have already doomed their reputation for contributing to one of the worst economic turnarounds in recent history.
They sat back as Biden’s toxic policies triggered inflation and numerous crises. Americans are suffering from high gas prices and expensive… everything.
Yet they made it worse by passing a bloated, $700 billion spending package that will raise taxes.
And genius Neal says they want to raise taxes more.
What’s really hilarious? He said he wants to do it after November. Meaning, if Democrats survive the midterms, they will thank Americans by increasing their taxes.
Geez, these guys really don’t have a clue, huh?
Signs point to numerous Democrats losing their re-election races as Republicans retake at least the House.
But Neal is promising to punish Americans regardless, even as inflation hammers most households.
You really have to wonder who they are working for…
- Democrat Richard Neal reveals he is open to raising taxes even more.
- He revealed that Democrats might address “tax reform” after November.
- Democrats’ new bill will increase taxes on nearly every American.
Source: The Epoch Times