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President Biden’s latest re-election promise has backfired and people are infuriated


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Joe Biden has made many campaign promises that have people scratching their heads. And many people wonder how these anti-America statements will help him get re-elected.

But now, Joe Biden’s latest re-election promise has backfired and people are infuriated.

Joe Biden’s time as President of the United States has been filled with corruption, failures, crises, and worse.

And instead of campaigning on promises of making America great, Biden is appealing to the radical Left who want to see America destroyed.

During his entire time in office, Joe Biden’s policies have been so anti-America that people cannot actually believe that he is allowed to lead.

Many people wonder how someone who seems to hate a country so much would be allowed to be the president of that country.

Joe Biden has weakened our border security so much that it almost doesn’t even exist, he has crippled our economy, he refuses to spend money on the U.S. but instead sends it to fund foreign wars, and every chance he can he promises more destruction to America.

Polls have shown that Joe Biden is slipping among almost all voters because of his anti-America rhetoric and promises.

The people of this great nation want a leader who will put the needs of the nation and themselves first instead of prioritizing illegal immigrants, criminals, and foreign countries.

But instead of learning from his mistakes, Joe Biden has doubled down on his anti-American promises for re-election.

As millions of Americans are already suffering from the high rates of inflation that have characterized Biden’s rule, the president hinted on Wednesday that they can anticipate more taxes if he is re-elected this autumn.

In a recent post on X Biden said, “Donald Trump was very proud of his $2 trillion tax cut that overwhelmingly benefited the wealthy and biggest corporations and exploded the federal debt.”

He added, “That tax cut is going to expire. If I’m re-elected, it’s going to stay expired.”

According to a Tax Foundation research released last month, Congress has fewer than two years to spare “the vast majority” of Americans from tax hikes.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017, which lowered taxes “across the income spectrum” and streamlined taxation, is the legislation that Biden wants to see expire.

According to the Tax Foundation report, “The TCJA reduced average tax rates for taxpayers at all income levels because it lowered marginal tax rates, widened tax brackets, doubled the child tax credit and zeroed out personal and dependent exemptions, nearly doubled the standard deduction, and limited several itemized deductions and the alternative minimum tax, among other changes.”

It later adds, “Average rates declined across all income groups and have remained below their 2017 levels since.”

Biden previously promised not to raise taxes on individuals making less than $400,000.

This willingness to let the statute expire is a direct counter to that promise.

Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Brian Riedl said, “Biden just endorsed a $2 trillion tax hike on earners under $400k (breaking his no-new-taxes pledge for such earners), and endorsed cutting the child credit down to $1,000.”

“The White House wants it every way on the TCJA: 1) They demand to end the ‘Trump tax cuts’ – and write a budget claiming all the deficit savings from full expiration, but then also: 2) Pledge to extend for the bottom 98%, which costs $2 trillion over the decade,” he added.

Joe Biden’s continual promises to hurt Americans and their families are a demonstration of his disgust and hatred for America.

We cannot elect leaders who promise to harm this great nation, and instead, we must elect politicians who will help America be great like it once was.

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