If you’ve never read the book “Charlatan,” this guy is straight out of that history. He’s today’s version of John R. Brinkley, getting wealthy off of lies that are killing people just as Brinkley killed people with his lies.https://t.co/FTYL0R9GYK https://t.co/twYpgbpClo
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) July 24, 2021
How can Senate Republicans threaten not to raise debt ceiling (the amount government can borrow) for Biden’s proposed spending on families when they raised it to pay for the former guy’s tax cuts for the wealthy and big corporations?
Because that’s who they are.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) July 21, 2021
So stop complaining about inflation and start demanding that those with lower and middle incomes get enough monthly basic income to nullify inflation so that only the wealthy see reduced buying power because of any inflation.
Also, focus on increasing supply vs reducing demand.
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) July 19, 2021
“It is my hope that this legislation will restore the American people’s faith in their government by proving that it works for them, not just the wealthy and powerful and their lobbyists.” – Senator @BernieSanders #OrganizeToWin #PROActhttps://t.co/gEjq6ojDi9
— Our Revolution (@OurRevolution) July 16, 2021
At a time of massive wealth and income inequality and when half our people are living paycheck to paycheck, what the reconciliation bill will finally do is address the needs of our working families by asking the wealthy and large corporations to pay their fair share of taxes. pic.twitter.com/NH9s9x1dUA
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) July 16, 2021
For years and years, Republicans have told us that if we just cut taxes for the wealthy and corporations, working people will share in the prosperity. Wrong.
Trickle-down economics is a fraud. It’s time for corporations to finally pay their fair share in taxes. pic.twitter.com/rRLJh4LCM9
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) July 13, 2021