Democrats had banked on the economy tanking within Donald Trump’s first year in office, but the economy hasn’t tanked and now they are in a panic, not knowing how to respond. The stock market has made huge increases, far exceeding previous levels. Unemployment is way down, including unemployment of black Americans which is the lowest in many years. The housing market is booming with new construction and house prices going up. Businesses are responding positively to the tax cuts with some giving bonuses and others giving raises and hiring more people.
Every gloom and doom prediction made by Democrats have been proven wrong and now Democrats are frightened at the thought of Trump being right. They have no idea of how to respond and are terrified that voters will respond to the positive economy.
(The Hill) – Democrats sound plain silly as they continue to attack the GOP tax cuts.
Former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) said at a recent town hall that $1,000 bonuses “wouldn’t go very far,” and they were taxable, so it wouldn’t really be $1,000 after all. Amazingly, she also said she hadn’t heard of any bonuses bigger than $1,000.
Is she really that out of touch? As Fox Business host Charles Payne noted in a tweet, Wasserman Schultz represents a district where the median household income is $50,000. Does she think her constituents wouldn’t welcome a $1,000 windfall?
Moreover, she apparently missed the announcements that Waste Management will pay $2,000 bonuses to 34,000 employees. She also failed to notice similar payments recently made by Fiat Chrysler and Apple…
It’s typical for Democrats to ignore or twist the truth when it doesn’t fit with their warped agenda and with all of the positive economic indicators favoring President Donald Trump, all they can do is lie, twist, deny or find some way to ridicule what’s happening. Pelosi tried to downplay the $1,000 bonuses, saying they were just crumbs for America’s working class, but that shows how out of touch with reality Pelosi really is. I don’t know of anyone who thinks a $1,000 is just crumbs.