Hillary’s Freudian slip: “We are going to raise taxes on the middle class”
08/15/2016 / By newstarget / Comments
Hillary’s Freudian slip: “We are going to raise taxes on the middle class”

Now that Hillary has secured the Democratic nomination (to the surprise of no one), she has slowly shifted her rhetoric to sound more like Bernie Sanders. She knows that millions of Democratic voters absolutely despise her, and would rather vote for anyone else, or not vote at all. So she has to reel those voters back in, and convince them that she’s going to fight for at least a few of the same socialist policies that were made popular by Sanders.

(Article by Joshua Krause)

During a campaign stop in Nebraska earlier this week, she was doing her best Bernie impression as she called for a more equitable tax code (ie, one that will place more taxes on the rich) and criticized Trump because he“wants to cut taxes for the super-rich.” Then she made what appears to be a Freudian slip, and revealed who she really wants to tax into oblivion.

Hillary’s zombified followers clearly didn’t notice that she accidentally called for raising taxes on the middle class. You might say that these leftists would still support more taxes on the middle class, but even so, no politician has ever received such an exuberant applause for raising taxes on the average person. Politicians only get those cheers when they promise to confiscate wealth from the rich.

It just goes to show how brain dead Hillary’s followers are. They cheer and clap on cue like trained monkeys. She could promise those people to order a drone strike on an orphanage, and they’d throw her a parade.

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