As Republicans’ tax scam message continues to fail (only 27 percent of Americans approve), the GOP is now playing the blame game.
Washington, D.C. – House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi delivered remarks on the Floor of the House of Representatives to honor the late Congresswoman Louise Slaughter. Below are the Leader’s remarks:
Yet another analysis – this time from the Wall Street Journal – reveals big banks and Wall Street are the biggest beneficiaries of the GOP tax scam, not hard-working American families as Republicans promised.
Today is Tax Day and President Trump, Speaker Ryan and House Republicans have been spreading misleading claims and promoting empty promises about the GOP tax scam all day long.
It’s been reported this morning that NRCC Chairman Steve Stivers is urging House Republicans to sell the GOP tax scam on Tax Day because polling shows voters aren’t hearing anything about the tax bill from their Republican members of Congress.
April 17 marks Tax Day 2018. And after all their big promises and hype, President Trump and Republicans in Congress are seeing their dishonest messaging on the GOP tax scam collapse in the eyes of the American people.
“Tomorrow is Tax Day, and we’re going to hear from everybody – I mean, we have heard from so many people. They’re so thrilled.” – President Trump in Florida today
The only ones who are ‘thrilled’ are corporations and the wealthiest few.
Today, Speaker Ryan and House Republicans are forcing a vote on a radical Republican balanced budget amendment to the Constitution that brazenly attacks Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security – abandoning America’s seniors and working families.
A new report from Ernst & Young confirms what we have been saying all along… Wall Street and the finance industry will pocket massive giveaways from the GOP tax scam, not hard-working middle class families.
Moments ago, Republican Senator Bob Corker said exactly what we feel about Republicans in Congress passing the debt-exploding GOP tax scam.