Who remembers this campaign promise from now-President Joe Biden?

It was only in March of 2021 that then-press secretary Jen Psaki said that the proposed $400,000 threshold for tax increases applied to “families” rather than individuals.

On Tax Day in 2022, Biden tried to dunk on Republicans but was reminded that his spiraling inflation was a tax on everybody.

John Hasson has taken a look at the Joint Committee on Taxation’s proposed amendment to the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.

The average tax rate would rise from 20.3 percent to 20.6 percent in calendar year 2023, and to 21.4 percent in calendar year 2027.

Don’t believe Hasson? Here’s Sen. John Cornyn:

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