Clinton’s LIE About Not Raising Taxes On Anyone Making Less Than $250K

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Is Hillary trying to fool every American that watches the debate? She sure is, but that may not be her wisest shot. However, it’s up to her to decide how is she gonna convince all of us that she will do this country a favor. Yes, a favor, but only if she quits this game.

Taxes are the most fragile topic in every debate, and this time Hillary tried to pull out a few points saying a few things about the tax issue. Unfortunately for her, we’re not buying it, case we know what’s her point. Not good, definitely.

Via The Federalist Papers Project

At the debate, Hillary Clinton looked right at the American people and lied.

She said: “I will not raise taxes on anyone making $250,000 or less.”

This is 100 percent false.

Briefly, from The National Review, here are just a few examples of how Clinton would raise taxes on the middle class and people who can least afford it:

Clinton has favored a 25 percent national sales tax on guns since 1993.

Asked in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 11 if she would veto a payroll-tax hike on every American, Clinton replied: “No, no.”

Clinton told Philadelphia voters in April, “I’m very supportive of the mayor’s proposal to tax soda to get universal preschool for kids.” “Frankly,” Senator Bernie Sanders responded, “I am very surprised that Secretary Clinton would support this regressive tax after pledging not to raise taxes on anyone making less than $250,000.”

Clinton also is open to a tax on carbon dioxide, which would boost price tags across the economy and asphyxiate employment prospects for those looking for work and hoping to keep their jobs.

“Right now we’ve not proposed a carbon tax,” Clinton campaign chief John Podesta told journalists on July 26. “But if Congress wants to come forward with one, we’ll take a look at it.”

Clinton and the Democrats are also always supportive of “sin taxes,” on alcoholic beverages, cigarettes and large sodas, which are consumed more by lower-income Americans than anyone else.

Hilary isn’t the best example you should follow. Her words may sound nice, but there is nothing nice behind the stories of a liar like Hillary.

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