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Inflation isn’t on the list of topics Democrats care about, and voters are all too aware

Many Democrats thought slapping the name “Inflation Reduction Act” on their superfluous spending bill would convince voters that they actually wanted to address inflation. They were wrong.

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of $64 billion and $369 billion for climate provisions. The Internal Revenue Service will receive an additional $80 billion to fund the hiring of 87,000 new agents over the next decade. This will lead to an increase in both the frequency of audits and the proportion of low- and middle-income taxpayers who are subject to them.

With a straight face, Karine Jean-Pierre claims that the Manchin-Schumer bill’s increase of 87,000 IRS agents will not result in an audit of anyone making less than $400,000. The median household income in the United States is $40,000. pic.twitter.com/XpU5nm5m1D Tweeted by: John Cooper (@thejcoop) Date: August 9th, 2022

Senator Mike Crapo, a Republican, has introduced an amendment that would limit future IRS audits to households earning $400,000 or less. All Senate Democrats were united in their opposition. Tweets from Stephen Moore (@StephenMoore) Sunday, August 8, 2022

In an effort to mask their true feelings about inflation, the Democrats will give this to the public as a present. Inflation will rise in the long and short term as a result of their spending tricks, but at least Democrats can claim victory three months before an election.

Politicians frequently overestimate the innate stupidity of the voting public. It appears that they have once again shown Democrats to be wrong in the polls. Voters are wise to the Democratic Party’s linguistic tricks and will repay them in November despite the financial hardships they have caused.

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Zachary Faria, the original author.

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