Kamala Harris: When I Enter Office "I Will Repeal" the TCJA

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Posted by Adam Sabes on Tuesday, June 25th, 2019, 10:57 AM PERMALINK

Democrat senator and presidential candidate Kamala Harris said "When I enter the oval office," she would repeal the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Harris made the statement via tweet on Monday night.

Harris wrote:

"Trump said he was going to protect workers, that he was going to support them, and lift them up. Instead, he passed a tax bill that benefitted the top 1% and the biggest corporations in our country. When I enter the Oval Office, I will repeal the Trump trillion- dollar tax scam."

This is at least the fourth time that Harris has called for a repeal of the TCJA.

On Twitter, Americans were eager to call her out, saying that the TCJA helped them.

"I’m nowhere near the 1% and the tax bill has benefitted me well, No complaints from me. Proof you’re only pandering the Same crap that have been spewed for years. I’ll be honest, it’s this type of talk that made me switch parties about 20 years ago. I love my job, benefits etc," said one person on Twitter.

Another Twitter user said "I’m a dad of 8. I don’t make six figures. The tax cuts helped me this year. Why would you want to do that to us?"

Harris continues to mislead audiences about the GOP tax cuts, which benefited every income group in every congressional district

Harris is guilty of what the New York Times has described as “a sustained – and misleading – effort by liberal opponents of the law to brand it as a middle-class tax increase.”

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