October 13, 2019

The Socialism Sideshow

“The socialist sideshow is hitting the road to tout their bad sales pitch to the American people during the debates in Detroit this week. No matter which night you watch, or if you tune out, ideas of government health care, axing private insurance, higher taxes, and better benefits to illegal immigrants than to our veterans will remain as the Democratic candidates demonstrate how out of touch they have become with Americans, while playing identity politics in the state of Michigan and across the country.

Rather than acknowledging the facts, socialist candidates will instead rely on debunked talking points. Senator Bernie Sanders says the economy only benefits the 1 percent, but every jobs report since President Trump started his term has disproved that. President Obama chided candidate Trump that manufacturing jobs could not come back with a magic wand.

As it turns out, President Trump has delivered on his promises for workers unlike any president in recent memory by reviving manufacturing and standing up to trade abuse. The country has had the best manufacturing job growth of the last 30 years with nearly 13 million Americans employed in the industry, which is the greatest amount in almost seven decades.”

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