What in the Wide Wide World of political trickery are the Democrats up to now? Why would they fly in the face of reliable data and put down the booming Trump economy? Like most good propaganda, if you repeat a lie often enough it will come to be accepted as a truth. If you mindlessly subscribe to the Democrat’s talking points, you would be forced to believe that there is nothing in the Trump economy for the low income worker. The data in this article proves the Democrat lies for what they are.
It’s an article of liberal faith: Thanks to President Donald Trump’s $1.5 trillion Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the prosecco is popping on Wall Street, while the unsold Pepsi gathers dust on Main Street, where Americans are too poor to buy soft drinks.
Americans “are sick and tired of the income and wealth inequality that sees the rich getting much richer,” Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) told CapitalAndMain.com last month.
“Wages have largely stagnated,” the campaign website of Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) complains, while “fundamental changes in our economy have left millions of working families hanging on by their fingernails.”
These grim, lachrymose myths cannot mask this incredibly upbeat fact: The sparkling wine is flowing on Wall and Main streets, and it’s running more rapidly on Main, where take-home pay is expanding the most among those with the least. (MORE)
Under President Donald Trump, the low income wage earner has benefited the most. How do you think that that is possible?
Democrats should stop loathing Trump long enough to show some love for the poor people they claim to represent. Democrats should stop lying to themselves and the country about low-income wages lagging those of the affluent. This is not happening. Democrats should acknowledge the wonders that Trump and Republicans have done via tax reduction, regulatory relief, and a pro-business tone in Washington.