1. Height Of Hypocrisy 3: Using Taxpayer Money For Personal Use Like Communists & Dictators
2. Height Of Hypocrisy 4: Republican Hypocrisy On The Deficit Is Epic!
3. An Introduction To, And A Basic Overview Of, The Fake Economics Republicans Push
4. Daily Show On GOP's Trickle Down Economics: The Republicans Economic Con Is Just The Already Debunked "Supply Side Economics" From The 80s (i.e. Reverse Robin Hood Economics Of Stealing From the People To Line Their Pockets Like "Nobles" In Monarchies)
5. BREAKING... The Misunderstood Economy: What Counts and How to Count It OR Real Economics VS Fake Economics: How The Kochs Are Destroying America By Attacking Its Societal Structures In Favor Of Social Darwinism Or "Survival Of The Fittest"
6. The Fall Of The American Economy: Trump Makes War On The Economy By Taking Treasonous Economic Policies Designed To Destroy The Economy From Koch Brother Think-Tanks
7. Yet More Proof Of Economic Treason By The GOP
THE GOP GIVES AMERICA'S NEEDIEST MILLIONAIRES A TAX BREAK 12/4/2017 Trevor takes a closer look at the Republican-penned Senate tax bill that gives massive breaks to millionaires and large corporations.
Why the Republicans passed this particular tax "reform" bill...
CNN: Hill Republican dilemma: Dash to pass tax reform or face donor backlash
NY Post: GOP’s big donors threaten to close wallets if tax reform isn’t passed
Politico: Angry GOP donors close their wallets 'I’m sick and tired of nothing happening,' one contributor says of the party's legislative failures.
Republicans are confronting a growing revolt from their top donors, who are cutting off the party in protest over its inability to get anything done. Tensions reached a boiling point at a recent dinner at the home of Los Angeles billionaire Robert Day. In full view of around two dozen guests, Thomas Wachtell, a retired oil and gas investor and party contributor, delivered an urgent message to the night’s headliner, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell: Just do something.
With so much pressure from BIG donors the politicians/"statesmen" didn't even bother to read the bill...
GOP nearing vote on tax bill nobody has read Republican senators are once again racing to pass a bill before anyone gets a chance to figure out what exactly it does or who it hurts. Duration: 3:39
Dem gives McConnell's "deeply dishonest" tax bill op-ed an "F" https://t.co/AwOqcCVb7a pic.twitter.com/uEBNRZy852— The Hill (@thehill) December 6, 2017
All republicans (such as James Lankford) are saying cutting taxes will lead to more investment and thus more jobs, none of which has happened historically (and to say a person getting back more money from taxes will give it too employees in raises obviously has never owned or worked for a business). In any case, even if we didn't have historical proof that the GOP are lying we still have actual business people saying they won't invest under the GOP's tax cuts ...
A collection of debunkings that show just how bad/big the Republican lies and hypocrisy is;
Fmr. GOP Treasury official: Tax cut bill makes no sense Bruce Bartlett, who worked in the Reagan Treasury Dept., says Republicans are cutting taxes as if it's a game of golf: just trying to get to the lowest number possible without thinking of the impact on the deficit or the middle class. John Heilemann also joins. Duration: 8:46
CNN debunks myth that GOP tax plans help the middle class, outlining "tax gifts for the wealthy" Christine Romans: "Wall Street doesn't see this as a middle-class tax cut. Wall Street sees this as a Wall Street tax cut"
Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle unleash a torrential debunking of a GOP congressman's tax policy lies This is exactly how journalists need to treat the Republicans’ messaging nonsense on their giveaway to the rich
Even Fox has to admit the GOP tax plan raises taxes on many middle-class Americans Gerri Willis: Republicans "say everybody and their mother gets a tax cut, and what I'm saying is that's not true"
400 millionaires tell Congress not to cut their taxes Many in the top 1 percent think the Republican tax bill will damage the country, so they wrote a letter to Congress
Even members of the wealthiest top one percent are not too impressed with the Republican tax plan. More than 400 millionaires and billionaires signed their name to a letter calling on Congress to abandon the GOP's proposal to cut taxes. Those Americans said that the Republican Party would be harming the country if they reduced taxes on the richest families when the nation's debt and wealth inequality was the highest in decades. "Dear Member of Congress," the letter began. "We are high net worth individuals, many in the top 1 percent, who care deeply about our nation and its people, and we write with a simple request: Do not cut our taxes."
GOP economic adviser: Tax cuts most irresponsible in U.S. history Republicans' trillion dollar tax cut is being paid for by cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid and even some Republicans don’t know that. Bush admin. economist Bruce Bartlett and Obama White House veteran Ron Klain join Ari Melber. Duration: 8:57
Fox's Kilmeade parrots Trump's false claim that GOP tax plan would "hurt him as a businessman" Tax plan could save Trump and his family over $1 billion
Three lies about the Senate Republican tax plan that journalists need to correct
Republicans claim everyone will get a tax cut
Republicans assert Medicare will be unaffected by the bill
McConnell insists the bill will not increase the deficit
Fox & Friends revives debunked myths on the deficit, health care, and middle-class tax increases to push Senate GOP tax plan
Vox’s Ezra Klein explains how the GOP tax bill is “going to upend American health insurance markets” Klein: Republicans "don’t have an answer to this”
Fox & Friends repeats McConnell's false claim that he never turned down a meeting with President Obama McConnell reportedly avoided meetings with Obama
The Republican Tax Bill Is a Disaster for Public Schools The GOP tax plan takes aim at public school funding.
Trump's Bizarre Rantings and Tweets Give Cover to His Fellow Authoritarian McConnell to Ram Through a Huge Tax Cut for the Rich Planned or not, Trump's provocations distract from McConnell's iron fist in the Senate.
Wednesday’s headlines from Washington perfectly displayed the dysfunctional personalities and darkening politics that are turning America into a plutocracy ruled by sociopaths and authoritarians. Whether or not it is coincidental, orchestrated or a bit of both, the latest reality-denying fantasy-embracing outbursts and provocations from President Trump gave Senate Republicans more cover to continue ramming through a tax bill in a manner that defies any pretense of representative government.
FROM THE TAX PLAN TO LIBYA, EVERYTHING GOES BACK TO TRUMP 11/30/2017 Donald Trump boasts about the GOP tax bill at a campaign rally, and Trevor explains how the president's attacks on journalism have had an impact on slavery in Libya.
Matthews: The GOP is taxing the poor to help the rich Chris wonders why it’s good Republican policy to hurt people at the bottom in order to keep more money in the hands of the wealthy. Duration: 1:32