Key Democrat’s Threat Makes Perfect Case for Why Republicans Must Retake the House in November


There has never been a clearer warning than that the Democrat majority in Congress must be thrown to its curb by the House of Representatives during the November midterm elections. It’s surprising that a key Democrat just purposely issued a beauty for multiple purposes.

A congressional reporter reported that Richard Neal, a powerful Democratic Representative hailing from Massachusetts, suggested the House raise taxes if his party remains in power following the midterm elections.

Neal stated that he believes there is an opportunity to address fundamental tax reform issues.

Did you notice, however, that Democrats frequently use buzzwords such as “tax reform,” investment, and “fair share” in order to appeal to the left? They really mean “tax increases”, spending more taxpayer money, and/or increasing the national debt. The rank-and-file Democrats always eat it all.

George Carlin, the great comedian and late great, said it best: “Never underestimate the stupidity of people in large groups.” The Democrat Party has known this for more than 60 years and exploited its strengths.

Eric Wasson is a Bloomberg News congressional reporter who stated that Neal said that Democrats would try to raise both corporate and individual tax rates by 2023.

Can you spell “in-kind contributions” to the Republican Party less than three months before the midterms

Let’s answer the following questions:

When Americans are most hurt by Biden’s policies, the negative reaction to Democrats’ ridiculously-named Inflation Reduction Act is: Why would a powerful Democrat lawmaker promise or threaten to raise taxes further if his party holds control of Congress?

Who, exactly, does Rep. Neal think is going to be thrilled by his revelation β€” aside from low-information voters and socialist fools who believe the evil rich can never be taxed enough?

Who on the left believes that the “fair share” of Democrats who incessantly complain about wealthy people not paying their taxes is fair?

Why are Democrat legislators unable to see that for-profit corporations ultimately pass 100 percent of all their costs down to consumers of their products or services? Although they know the truth, they rely on ignorance and left-wing looney tunes to keep their heads in the sand.

Lastly and perhaps worst, Neal played the tax hike card as an arrogant threat to Republicans or an arrogant promise to the Democrat base.

Unless Richard Neal or the rest of his party sound more tone-deaf than the facts suggest, it must have been the former zero.