As Twitchy reported, the New York Times editorial board went into full political activist mode this week, tweeting the names and phone numbers of key senators and encouraging readers to call and oppose the GOP’s tax reform bill, which passed early Saturday morning, sending liberals into full meltdown mode.
Sen. Bernie Sanders called the GOP tax bill “one of the great robberies in US history because Republicans are looting the Treasury,” and it looks like the New York Times editorial board is following his lead, calling passage of the bill a “heist” in which “Republican donors pick your children’s pockets.”
NYT Editorial Board calls the GOP tax bill a “heist”: “No amount of prevarication can change the fact that Congress and Mr. Trump are giving a giant gift to their donors and sticking the rest of the country with the tab.” https://t.co/xpDoQ0v9vB
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 2, 2017
NYT Editorial Board, aka branch of the DNC, which had its readers phone jam a Senator’s offices against the GOP tax bill. https://t.co/KNa8shefOI
— Ranjit Singh (@AuthorSingh) December 2, 2017
Giving money BACK to people who’ve earned it is now a “heist.” https://t.co/UyjeLHvGZO
— Robert Xavier (@RXFrench) December 2, 2017
Returning to the citizens their money is a “heist” https://t.co/AOgDAX29ZJ
— Stephen (@sjbftmlsc) December 2, 2017
Letting people keep more of the money they work hard for and earn is a heist? https://t.co/icih0QpnEq
— Matt Isaacson (@Therealgolo) December 2, 2017
Letting taxpayers keep more of their own money is a heist.
— J.G. Petruna (@jgpetruna) December 2, 2017
Tax cuts are now considered a “heist.” Smh.
In 2018 Americans will remember that not one Democrat voted to lower their taxes. https://t.co/xwWIMjGbjg
— Madison Morris (@madisonc_morris) December 2, 2017
All money belongs to the govt. https://t.co/UDU8uRrDnw
— Commander Vimes ??? ???? (@PunditErrant) December 2, 2017
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