COMEDY: Vulnerable Senate Democrats Are Trying To Run As Tax Cutters

How worried are Democrats about their prospects for the 2022 election? So worried that some of them have decided to try to run on the idea of cutting taxes.

Yes, the party that never met a tax increase it didn’t like, now wants voters to believe they’re interested in cutting taxes.

This just goes to show how desperate they are and that they know how much trouble they are in this fall.

Politico reports:

Vulnerable Senate Dems try to run as tax-cutters

Vulnerable Senate Democrats are attempting a bold strategy: Running for reelection as the real tax-cutters in Congress, even if it pits them against some of their caucus colleagues.

A quartet of the chamber’s most endangered Democrats are backing a proposal to suspend the federal gas tax through the end of the year and urging their party to embrace it as a signature economic pitch ahead of the midterms. And more ideas are on the way to ease voters’ pocketbooks.

Tax holidays that slash government revenue aren’t universally popular in the party right now. But Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) is still pressing a proposal to suspend the state sales tax on essential goods, and other Democrats are mulling a new push to bring down drug prices, particularly insulin. The topic dominated Senate Democrats’ Tuesday lunch, suggesting a larger political move is underfoot as the caucus dodges harder GOP hits on rising inflation.

It’s no coincidence that the Democrats most involved in the new push hail from the toughest battlegrounds: Sens. Mark Kelly of Arizona, Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada and Warnock. But as inflation grips the economy and prices continue rising, those senators say they are merely responding to their constituents’ concerns.

Everyone knows exactly what’s going on here.

This is simply a political play and it’s not going to work.

Cross posted from American Lookout.