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Bloomberg Promotes Manipulation of the Poor Through Taxation

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The wealthy elite on the Left play fast and loose — almost as if it were a game — with people’s lives, because it helps line their pockets further and fulfill their inhumane agendas.

Even though we constantly hear from those on the Left that the rich should be taxed more and the poor should be taxed less — basically a nice way of saying wealth redistribution — former New York City mayor and multi-billionaire Michael Bloomberg recently said that taxing the poor is beneficial for them.

Bloomberg recently sat down with the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde at the organization’s annual Spring Meeting.

If you really listen to what Bloomberg is saying, one can surmise that Bloomberg is talking about control. You can really tell that Bloomberg truly believes that the government knows best by controlling the poor through raising their taxes.

Take a look, and judge for yourself:

 

Bloomberg’s comparison of coal miners and U.S. military is just stupid. That’s like comparing apples and oranges. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), about 50,000 people work in the coal mining industry, as of May 2017.

But don't worry, the government will find jobs for the displaced coal workers. Right, Mr. Bloomberg?

And, how about that last line by Bloomberg?

“Taxes or life?” Bloomberg posed. “Which do you want to do? Take your poison.”

I don’t know. I never thought of life as a poison — but then again — I’m not on the Far-Left.

The modern Democrat is all about control. They used to disguise their implementation of Socialist and Communist narratives. That time is gone. They now hide their agenda in plain sight. All you have to do is look.

H/T: Americans for Tax Reform

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