Press Secretary Sarah Sanders went to Twitter with this fact about the tax bill.
A typical family of four earning $45,000 per year will get a tax cut of $1,379 next year under our plan. Democrats will vote against it anyway because they care more about big government than working families
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) December 19, 2017
Some #resistance dipshit fired back with this.
YOU'RE kidding right? That's 120 a month . You're an idiot.
— RESIST🐶AllDay🆗️ (@RESISTAllDayOK) December 19, 2017
This is the profile for RESISTAllDayOK.
“Love trumps hate, lets eliminate Trump supporters.” Their definition of “love” is very different than mine.
The girl in the picture looks like she’s in college, so I have a feeling she’s still on daddy’s money.
For working Americans, lets see what a family of four making $45,000 a year looks like.
$45,000/yr is roughly $21.00/hr. That is median for a CNC machinist in Alabama.
Dad had an Associates and is a machinist. Mom is a stay at home mom because the cost of daycare for two kids is more than she’d make with a full time job at $12/hour after taxes.
The median income for automotive service technician is $16/hr. That comes out to about $33,000/yr.
Dad is a service tech changing oil at the Midas and mom has a minimum wage job with two kids in public school.
What will an additional $120/mo buy them?
That’s two full tanks of gas for dad’s used F150 making it easier for him to get to work.
That’s an additional week’s groceries.
That is a used car payment for mom.
That is the chance to take the family out for dinner and movie.
For a family on a tight budget, $120/mo can make a big difference in quality of life.
But according to RESISTAllDayOK, this makes the Press Secretary an idiot. The because she can spend $120/week in Starbucks or $120/night in microbrew on dad’s Platinum Visa card, what a working family goes through is nothing she knows or cares about.
The funny thing is, when she graduates with her degree in Transgender Dance Studies and starts making $11/hr at Starbucks, $120/mo will be important to her.