Published by The American Mirror
By Victor Skinner
"What these companies like @Walmart are doing giving their workers bonuses – it's cute. But it's not commensurate of the corporate benefits they're getting in the #TrumpTax." – @NancyPelosi in Boca Raton, FL pic.twitter.com/vr2ghI430E
— Tax March (@taxmarch) January 25, 2018
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi thinks employee bonuses tied to Republican tax cuts are “cute.”
Florida U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the disgraced former chairwoman for Democratic National Committee, contends the money – $1,000 in most cases – is a joke for “almost anyone.”
Pelosi and Schultz headlined a “cross-generational delegation” at a Thursday event hosted by Florida Atlantic University’s College Democrats to bash recently passed Republican tax cuts and President Trump.
“What these companies like Walmart are doing giving their workers bonuses – it’s cute,” Pelosi said, according to a Tax March tweet. “But it’s not commensurate of the corporate benefits they’re getting in the Trump Tax.”
The “town hall” discussion consisted mostly of Democrats bad mouthing the tax cuts as a scam on middle class Americans, the vast majority of which will pay less taxes.
The participating lawmakers got their point across and took only a few pre-screened written questions from the audience, then posed for a few photos and quickly left the venue, the Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
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