Politicians love to talk about people “paying their fair share.”
But they’re never willing to define what a “fair share” really is.
In this episode of Making the Argument, Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas breaks down the biggest Left-wing lies about taxes.
Every leftist’s favorite holiday is Tax Day.
Year after year, Democrats in Washington, D.C. and in state capitals across the country rail against “the wealthy” supposedly “not paying their fair share.”
But what exactly is the “fair share” the Left likes to routinely talk about?
With Joe Biden’s tax proposal now billing Americans up to over 50% in taxes if they live in deep Blue states like New York or California, Americans need to understand the dangers of the Biden tax plan now more than ever.
To Democrats like Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer, no amount of taxes paid will ever be enough for their plans to remake America in their image.
In this episode of Making the Argument, Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas jumps head-first into the history of taxes in the United States, exposing how much the average American pays in taxes, and how government squanders that money on a routine basis, while the Left uses socialist rhetoric and class warfare to try and argue that Americans of all walks of life, not just the wealthy, aren’t paying enough in taxes.
At the end of the day, what the Left forgets to ask is a simple question: What’s a politician’s “Fair Share” of what someone else has earned?