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Dear CNN: Big Co’s Give Workers A Sweet Check After Trump’s Tax Bill Passes – Is That News?

Nancy Pelosi said that the Tax Bill was ‘Armageddon’. Really? The End Times never looked so good.

Several Democrats have said that Republicans ‘will own the tax bill’ for the 2018 mid-term elections.

I’m going to go out on a limb here and agree with the Democrats.

Besides, that was the point, wasn’t it? The Republicans just cut taxes in a ‘yuge’ way for the forgotten middle class.

Now, if you watch CNN, you’d hear how it only helps ‘big corporations’ and ‘the rich’.

Several Democrats have even sunk so low to compare it to stealing from ‘Tiny Tim’:

The Media (D) has confused Americans on the tax bill and many think they’ll be paying more in taxes.

CNN: 7 reasons why Republicans may have made a bad bet on the tax bill

The Atlantic: Why the GOP Tax Cut Will Make Wealth Inequality So Much Worse


Is it any wonder that people are confused about the tax bill?

Yes, there are cuts to corporations and ‘the rich’.

Do you know why? They’re the ones paying all of the taxes.

But do you know what happens when they get a tax cut?

Well, employees get to keep their jobs, which, you’d think the Dems would be cool with.

Other than that, they invest in their employees and in the economy.

Check this out:

Some of America’s biggest companies gave workers a Christmas cheer Wednesday as they passed on some of their winnings from a dramatic corporate tax cut.

AT&T said that it will pay $1,000 bonuses to more than 200,000 employees – and promised to make $1 billion in new investments in the United States next year – once a tax reform bill approved by Congress is signed into law.

After AT&T decided to share the wealth with their employees, more companies followed suit.

Comcast NBCUniversal said it would award $1,000 bonuses to more than 100,000 workers, ‘based on the passage of tax reform’ and a recent FCC decision to repeal ‘net neutrality’ rules.

The cable and Internet giant also boasted that it ‘expects to spend well in excess of $50 billion over the next five years investing in infrastructure.’

Doesn’t NBC have nutty Rachel ‘I have Proof Trump Paid His Taxes’ Maddow on MSNBC?

Dear Rachel, we have a message for you:

Will you stand on your principles and not take the bonus?

How about the peons that work for you? Will you demand that they don’t get their bonus?

We’ll find out, I guess.

But there was more winning for employees.

Boeing said it would make a ‘$300 million employee-related and charitable investment as a result of #TaxReform legislation.’

And more winning — including a self-implemented boost in the minimum wage for some corporations:

And Fifth Third Bancorp in Cincinnati, Ohio said it will pay $1,000 bonuses to more than 13,500 employees and raise the minimum wage for its workforce to $15 per hour because its tax rate is about to plummet.

Wells Fargo announced something similar:

Wells Fargo matched that $15 per hour minimum wage hike and said it was prompted by the tax plan. The San Francisco-based bank also said it would make $400 million in donations to nonprofit charities and other community organizations in 2018.

And hey, more jobs:

FedEx also showed optimism, with its CFO saying during an earnings call that the package shipping giant will likely expand if the tax cuts lead to larger national economic growth.

‘GDP could increase materially next year as a result of U.S. tax reform. If this occurs, we would likely increase capital expenditures and hiring,’ Alan Graf told investors.


The evil big corporations are ‘investing in their employees’ and growing their businesses to employ more people?

Well, that is counter to the Democrat talking points of using the money to line their pockets.

Chuck Schumer’s comments following the passing of the tax bill illustrates this perfectly:

Just minutes before AT&T announced its employee bonuses, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer excoriated the company as a greedy corporation that would use its tax cut to buy back its stock and reward its executives.

‘Over the last ten years, AT&T has paid an average tax rate of 8 per cent a year. They have 80,000 fewer employees today than they had then,’ the New York Democrat complained.

Tax breaks don’t lead to job creation. They lead to big CEO salaries and money for the very, very wealthy.
Source: Daily Mail

Well, then.

Cryin’ Chuck was totally wrong on AT&T.

But then, he’s wrong on a lot of things.

That’s not unusual for the Democrats and their accomplices in the Media (D).

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by Doug Giles

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What Jim Acosta, Rachel Maddow and the Rest of The Media (D) STILL haven’t figured out yet is why we call them ‘Fake News’.

Let’s spell it out for them. In a shirt.

Because you know they won’t be able to figure it out on their own.

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There’s a ladies’ version

And a men’s version

The problem isn’t just the lies they tell…

It’s the truth they DON’T tell…

And the opinions laced right through them.

It’s propaganda:

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K. Walker

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker

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