This is what they say:
While Democrats are looking for more & more ways to spend taxpayer dollars, the #GOPTaxCuts have put money back into the pockets of hardworking Americans so that they can spend it on things that actually matter to them & their families.
— GOP (@GOP) April 14, 2019
This is what people actually paying taxes say:
I have never owed as much tax as I have for 2018. The check I sent to the IRS last week would be peanuts to the wealthy assholes most benefiting from your corporate welfare, but is twice what my car is worth.
Go fuck yourself.
— Melissa Dunphy (@mormolyke) April 14, 2019
Can you explain how giving the 1% wealthiest Americans 83% of tax cuts is putting money in hardworking Americans pockets? You failed to mention the $2T you want to take away from the poor & middle class! Dems votes against both, but the rich are happy. Thanks for the crumbs!
— Joe Cat Sr (@CoachcatKW) April 14, 2019
Love it when we’re told what is happening is the opposite of what I have seen with my own eyes & have felt with my own bank account. FOH.
— PBJ (@joecarryon) April 14, 2019
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) April 14, 2019
💯% wrong! I paid more, this year, than ever! Understandably, I was never going to vote Red but I guarantee you, if you try this as a selling point, Ds won't be able to thank you enough. 🖕
— Daniel Maycock (@danielmaycock) April 14, 2019
Wouldn’t that be great, if that’s the way it goes down?
I for one paid more in taxes this year, and I am decidedly middle class. Compared to someone close to me who falls in the “ upper middle-class” category did see a tax decrease. In effect, that decrease was at my expense.
— DMA (@AdrionDale) April 15, 2019
I don’t know who they think they are fooling. Anyone with average intelligence and checks it out knows better.
— email@example.com (@doradw1) April 15, 2019
I pray to God this is right. If even a portion of the people that Trump has screwed wake up, we can defeat him next year. If they stay asleep and apathetic, we might have another four years in this mess, and that is a proposition too horrifying to contemplate.