As we are all aware by now, that wacky Elizabeth Warren released her $52 trillion “Medicare-for-All” platform, which would attack American wealth and businesses, both of which are directly responsible for the success of the historic economic and employment growth under the Trump Administration. Traditionally, many of the nation’s top billionaires have oddly sided with progressive policies – however, now that their taxes may increase ten-fold, attitudes and perceptions are changing.
On Wednesday, when asked about Warren’s pledge to attack American’s wealthy elite, billionaire Bill Gates stated, “he wasn’t sure about how open-minded Warren is or whether she would be willing to meet with him.” Gates went on to say that he’s paid $10 billion in taxes but joked he would get a little hesitant about spending $100 billion in taxes after doing a little math about what I have leftover.
On Wednesday, CNBC interviewed JPMorgan CEO, Jamie Dixon and asked him whether Warren was “anti-business,” to which he said he’s worried Warren uses some pretty “harsh words” and “vilifies successful people.” Dixon went on to say that Americans should “applaud successful people.” On October 31, 2019, Leon Cooperman, billionaire former hedge fund manager, used his five-page letter to refute some of Senator Warren’s platform. According to the NY Times, Cooperman attacked Warren and denounced her recent tweet encouraging him to “pitch in a bit more” because of his success in life, saying she [Warren] sounded like “parent chiding an ungrateful child.”
Leon, you were able to succeed because of the opportunities this country gave you. Now why don’t you pitch in a bit more so everyone else has a chance at the American dream, too? https://t.co/OODIM7RcRn
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) October 23, 2019
And there you have it, folks? When is enough, simply enough? Before being elected to the Senate in 2012, Elizabeth Warren was a law school professor specializing in bankruptcy law. According to Business Insider, in 2017, Warren’s financial statements indicated that she and her husband had a combined wealth of over $12 million. Now, before being elected, Warren’s income was derived from teaching, book writing, and consulting – sound familiar? Too many liberal politicians today have come from modest upbringings and careers, only to become multi-millionaires after assuming office. Warren is a prime illustration. Now, it is hard to say if any of her income derived from winnings while on the reservation. However, it is safe to assume that politics have made her rich.
Now, let us know to forget that Warren’s Wealth Tax would impose sweeping anti-corruption legislation and huge government revenues with fortunes over $50 million – a far cry more than her and her husband’s wealth. So, Warren, while wealthy by today’s standards, would escape her massive taxation plan for her pandering policies. Let us also not forget that the individuals and entities in her crosshairs are the ones that are directly responsible for market stability and employment across the nation. But, what would Warren know about this? After all, in her existence, she has never owned businesses that employ hundreds or thousands of individuals whose livelihood is directly dependent on business solvency.
Warren has always worked for the masses, mostly state and government-funded entities that are directly dependent on government-driven revenue. Outside of reservation campfires and ceremonies, Warren has not so much as operated a bake sale for profit, yet, the American people are to assume that she knows what is in the best interest of business and industry? After all, Warren is a career attacker of big business, as illustrated in her progressive pupil pandering and dissemination of hatred while teaching at Harvard for a whopping $400,00 a year salary!
Pocahontas is a product of institutional blindness and corruption. Warren wants education to be affordable yet believes that her teaching job warranted $400k a year. Warren wants the wealthy and big business to pay for her defuncted “Medicare-for-All.” Yet, she has never owned a business, and her massive tax overhaul would only affect those above her income, leaving her to escape the failed fruits of her labor. Simply put, Warren is a yet another illustration of a bloodsucking leech on the coats of American Capitalism; she is hell-bent on our nation’s economic collapse, leading to the total dependency on government. Pocahontas is a parasite; her purpose is to place her and the rest of her deranged posse in a position to put pandering policy ahead of pure, American progression through hard work. This is a direct contradiction to our Founding Father’s framework of free enterprise.
I don’t know about you, but I “ain’t” buying what the Massachusetts Medicine Woman is cooking!
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