Biden Set to Break Another Campaign Promise


Joe Biden's tenure in the White House has been full of nothing but lies and broken promises.

There is no way for Joe to avoid taking responsibility for the devastation that has befallen this country since he took office. We are currently facing an economic crisis and a recession that is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. People are living from paycheck to paycheck, which makes it difficult for them to afford to fill up their gas tanks. And the economic indicators point to the fact that this state of affairs is going to persist for the remaining years that Biden is in office.

And the economic indicators point to the fact that this state of affairs is going to persist for the remaining years that Biden is in office. I'm going to be perfectly honest. If I still had my previous job, I have no idea how I would be surviving right now. The pay wasn't near enough to keep up with the current inflation.

During the election campaign, Biden made a commitment pledge not to increase taxes for anyone with an annual income of less than $400,000 dollars.

Well, Maury would say, "That was a lie."

As it turns out, Biden has broken yet another promise.

Enter Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin's new spending agreement.

The Schumer-Manchin deal will raise taxes in the middle of an economic downturn. This is not what you should be doing in a recession. And the legislation that the Democrats are currently passing will almost certainly mean an increase in taxation for both middle-income and lower-income earners across the country.

The left is going to make sure that everybody is punished equally. This is why you should never vote Democrat. Never. Never. Never.

This results in higher taxes for everyone. There is simply no way to pay for all that people like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez want to give to people, except for raised taxes.

Sadly, Senator Kyrsten Sinema is our last, best chance at salvaging some semblance of a better future for ourselves and our country. Although she has not yet read the draft, everyone is keeping their fingers crossed that she will reject the proposal.

If Sinema takes a stance against the legislation, it will be doomed to fail, and with it will go the Democrats' last chance of passing a significant spending bill in this Congressional session before the midterm elections.

But if she doesn't, another one will bite the dust, and Joe will break another promise.

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