Top Democrat Leader Neal Dooms His Own Party
The so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” proposed by the left is nothing more than a socialist Trojan horse, which has already been discovered. When the smoke and mirrors are removed, we see that it will result in an increase in taxes for the majority of Americans. Increasing taxes in the midst of a recession? Do they have their heads screwed on straight? It would appear that for at least one Democrat, that is not satisfactory.
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Rep. Richard Neal, a Democrat from Massachusetts, disclosed that he was open to tweaking the tax increases that have already been established in their new tax and spending package. Following November, he stated that they will make an effort to address some basic tax reform. This means that Democrats will push for dramatically higher tax rates. The credibility of the Democrats has been irreparably damaged because of their role in one of the most disastrous turnarounds in economic policy in recent memory.
They did nothing as President Biden’s destructive policies caused inflation and a variety of crises. The United States of America is struggling under the weight of high gas prices and pricey… everything. But they made it worse by passing a spending package that was bloated to the tune of 700 billion dollars and will raise taxes. And the brilliant Neal explains that they intend to hike taxes even further.
What makes anything truly hilarious? He stated that he plans to complete it after the month of November. If the Democrats are victorious in the midterm elections, their “thank you” to the American people will be to raise their taxes. Oh my god, do these folks actually not know what they’re talking about?
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There is a strong possibility that a majority of Democrats will fail to win their re-election elections, allowing Republicans to win back at least the House. However, Neal has stated that he will punish Americans regardless, even though inflation is having a negative impact on most households.