Donald Trump said the Republican tax bill would boost the average family’s disposable income by $4,000.
Donald Trump said wealthy people like him would lose big after the bill was passed.
Donald Trump says a lot of things. Hardly any of them are true.
And here’s the stark proof that, when it comes to the Republican tax scam, Trump’s critics were right, while Trump was just wanking off to an ‘80s pin-up of the Laffer curve:
Yes, it is quite the chart. It’s so eye-opening, in fact, it prompted equities analyst and Bloomberg Television contributor Barry Ritholtz to state: “I don't understand why the Democrats are not pounding on this chart every single day from now until the midterm election.”
Coincidentally, the above chart looks eerily similar to a graph that shows a sharp divergence between wages and productivity since Ronald Reagan made the world safe for greedy assholes again:
And then there’s this chart, from the nonpartisan Charles M. Schulz Center for Economic Horseshit:
Democrats, feel free to use any and all of these. Voters really need to see them over and over and over again until November 6 — and beyond.
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