Sarah Sanders asked a legitimate question about Democrats, and it totally ticked them off.
Why are Democrats so angry about lower taxes and higher wages? Unclear why Democrats aren’t celebrating but instead crying and complaining about it.
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) February 7, 2018
Fair point, why are Democrats so angry about lower taxes and higher wages? Could it be that they’d rather our money go to an overreaching and bloated government that can’t seem to rein in their own spending?
Or maybe it’s just that they hate Trump and the GOP that much.
Hard to say for certain.
What we can say for certain is every time this woman tweets, the Left lose their damn minds:
Why don’t you write a memo about it
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) February 7, 2018
— Shawn Scribner (@sscribner1) February 7, 2018
Lower taxes and higher wages are nasty?
Probably because the tax cuts all go to the rich.
— Mike Vogel (@MikeVogel1) February 7, 2018
How many times does this have to be debunked before they get it through their heads?
Wait, it’s the Left we’re talking about.
I don’t believe anyone has seen higher wages or lower taxes…Silly me just the wealthy!
— Christy Brooks (@brooksrc25) February 9, 2018
Only the wealthy work for Apple, Costco, Charter, Best Buy and all of those other companies raising wages for their employees?
That seems odd.
Just waiting for the other shoe (cuts to Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, etc) to drop. If they really wanted to help Americans people making over $250,000 would get NOTHING in a tax cut.
— Rob Portman's Conscience (@goodrportman) February 9, 2018
Awww, another one of those ‘government deserves all your money if you’re rich’ types.
Oh, silly Sarah. Democrats and other thinking individuals aren't angry about lower taxes. We're angry about the madness behind it in order to direct the wealth to the already wealthy. A bad law like that one is worse than no change.
— GZac (@GBZac) February 9, 2018
Oh, silly Democrats.
We’re sensing a theme here, and that theme is none of these people know anything about how the tax cuts work.
But that won’t stop them from pretending they’re experts.