No one’s sure anymore why the Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin still lists herself as a “conservative blogger” in her Twitter bio. Maybe she’s still slightly more conservative than the most liberal writers on staff there? And that’s a big maybe.
Rubin’s target Thursday was Ivanka Trump, who has been touting the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act as good for middle America. To make her slam on Ivanka connect, Rubin consulted the liberal (of course) Center on Budget and Policy Priorities for her numbers showing that a minimum-wage worker making $14,500 would only get a $75 tax credit under the current bill.
Seventy-five bucks would probably cover Trump’s lunch tab at her father’s club, but really does nothing for those low-income families. https://t.co/Al9kTU430v
— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) December 21, 2017
"Conservative blogger" https://t.co/vTpZZ0wo1T
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) December 22, 2017
“Seventy-five bucks would probably cover Trump’s lunch tab at her father’s club,” Rubin writes, “but really does nothing for those low-income families.”
So, that minimum wage worker probably wouldn’t even bother to cash that $75 check, huh.
You're doing everything you can to prove Charles Cooke right. https://t.co/W4uL6LeNY4
— Jim Treacher is a dumb pseudonym (@jtLOL) December 22, 2017
A member of Washington, DC's bubble of bubble-heads demonstrates her elitism and the "let them eat cake" attitude typical of members of The Swamp. https://t.co/KdWPDd8oTh
— Ben Aksar (@BenAksar) December 22, 2017
You obviously don't know many 'low-income' families. https://t.co/HuGK3Rjy8Y
— Just Sham (@itsShamsFault) December 22, 2017
$75 can be a make or break for low income families. https://t.co/e8nojsj86P
— Dan (@danieltobin) December 22, 2017
Look in the mirror if you want to see "clueless". An extra $75 for a working class family would help with gas, food, or any number of things. Don't be a condescending elitist. https://t.co/CLDT3MONg4
— Phineas Fahrquar (@irishspy) December 22, 2017
When I was younger and struggling an extra $75 would've help pay rent. put gas in the car, food on the table, pay the utility bill etc. You're another out of touch elitist who has her Trump derangement on full display. https://t.co/EhJnjKhyFa
— Joe (@JoeC1776) December 22, 2017
$75 is half of my power bill.
But please, miss elite "conservative" tell me more about how little money effects me https://t.co/bqx6aBW7mZ
— Ordy's handcrafted Yule log (@TheOpulentAmish) December 22, 2017
$75 is a phone bill, a water bill, food for a week, new clothes for work…
Stop telling people how much money they need. https://t.co/yhf4v2riDt
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) December 21, 2017
$75 could be a bill or two for low income earners. That'll be helpful, you obnoxious ass. https://t.co/87GkWpjFmV
— Jimmy McNulty (@McNutty116) December 22, 2017
$75 where I am can mean:
2 pairs of shoes
30 gallons of gas
A month of 100 Mbps internet
A month of 2 cell phones
A month of electricity
A new button up and a tie
It's amazing how out of touch someone can be https://t.co/4vWNilj4Ko
— Eric Wagner (@NotEricWagner) December 22, 2017
I've lost count of the number of times I've thanked God that when I use my bank card as a credit card, I can fill my gas tank as long as there's $1 in my checking account, but you tell me how little $75 means to me, assclown. https://t.co/tS98urv2Ls
— Ned Ryerson (@Crapplefratz) December 22, 2017
I would love an extra 75 bucks. https://t.co/FUqkeDfAAj
— iliketoreadbro (@iliketoreadbro) December 22, 2017
Sandra Fluke whined like a stuck pig for birth control that cost 9 dollars a month.
— electric gypsy mo (@ElectricGyspy) December 21, 2017
$75 is, apparently, nothing, but then they complain birth control is too expensive. https://t.co/Jw1X6jzjLH
— Jaihawkk (@Jaihawkk) December 22, 2017
Ms. Rubin thinks $75.00 isn't much money but birth control should be free.
How much birth control could be purchased with $75.00? https://t.co/spbWZ4itpc
— cobracommander15 (@cobracommandr15) December 21, 2017
You don't think $75 helps middle class families.
Run with that. https://t.co/1BiNowVmt1
— Evil Krampus Kid (@_SOURKIDZ_) December 21, 2017
Condescending elitists: please keep doing this. Thanks 👇🏻
Trump/Pence 2020 https://t.co/YTSOY6mVcJ
— BlueReaganite (@ThinBlueLR) December 21, 2017
— Jen DinNJ (@JenDinnj) December 22, 2017
When your TDS is so bad you think tax cuts that mean more money stays in the hands of the people who earned it is terrible, you need to reevaluate your choices and seek help. https://t.co/5cQXvIWmNQ
— Heather (@hboulware) December 22, 2017
Once again, Jennifer Rubin can not speak rationally on this subject.
WAPO needs to pull from this subject, she is way too clouded and hysterical. https://t.co/76cP0FGc52
— Top (@topsecretk9) December 22, 2017
A "conservative" opposed to lower taxation? Nope. Just a loon who pretends to have any ideology beyond opposing Trump. https://t.co/5nE7crnL6n
— Rev. Mauldin 🏍 (@Reverend_Ducati) December 22, 2017
— Yes, Nick $earcy! (@yesnicksearcy) December 22, 2017
Go away. Just go the eff away. https://t.co/YMRvcEyDdd
— Patrick H. (@trogdor8768) December 22, 2017