Trump’s tax scam is putting America last
Trump and his Republican cronies marketed the tax scam as a bill for “middle- and working-class Americans.” Their argument? Giving corporations massive tax breaks would incentivize them to invest in our economy (instead of overseas).
The exact opposite happened: American companies have increased foreign investment and outsourced even more jobs—and, as was widely predicted before the tax bill was passed, it actually rewards companies for doing so.
Trump’s lies have real consequences. Share this tweet to spread the word.
Trump’s nominee to the Federal Reserve Board, Stephen Moore, says that the #GOPTaxScam puts “American business and American workers first.” He was half-right: The tax cuts were certainly about “Corporate America First.”
(Fun fact: Stephen Moore reportedly owes the IRS more than $75,000 in taxes and penalties.)
Share this tweet and let Trump and Republicans know that we need an economy that works for everyone—not just the wealthy and corporations.
What Trump doesn’t want you to know:
- Despite his best efforts, Trump failed to obstruct the Mueller investigation. Now, his hand-picked attorney general is giving him another chance by sending Mueller’s report to the White House before any of it is made public.
- While Trump is attacking our health care through the courts, federal judges delivered two devastating blows this week to Trump’s attempted sabotage of the Affordable Care Act.
Off-Kilter: Somebody’s watching me