Bill de Blasio Wants to ‘Tax The Hell Out Of’ Job Creators

2020 presidential hopeful Bill de Blasio promises to “tax the hell out of” job creators in America.

This is part of his promise to raise taxes on America’s highest earners, who also happen to be America’s employers.

The New York mayor said, “For 40 years the working people have taken it on the chin in this country.”

He added, “For 40 years the rich got richer, and they paid less and less in taxes. It cannot go on this way.”

De Blasio promised to level the playing field with his tax plan. He declared, “We will tax the hell out of the wealthy to make this a fairer country.”

The 2020 presidential candidate has endorsed the idea of a government-run health care system that provides gender reassignment surgeries.

In January, de Blasio said that all residents of New York City are entitled to receive “free” health care, even illegal aliens.

De Blasio commented, “Absolutely. We have to respect everyone’s medical needs. If someone needs surgery to be full and to live their life fully — the idea is a health care system that actually serves everyone to the fullest, not a health care system that rations and causes people to struggle to get just a little health care.”

Curiously, De Blasio held up a Delta flight at LaGuardia Airport for ten minutes as he and his security detail got off the plane.

The passengers on this flight were not pleased to say the least.

One New Yorker said, “This is just a continuation of the rudeness and the bluntness of his performance last night.”

For someone who screams about punishing the rich, de Blasio sure enjoys exercising his political wherever he can.

This elitism is par for the course as far as politics in New York is concerned.

New York is one of least freedom friendly states— from gun rights to fiscal freedom.

As a result, many people are leaving the state to move to more business-friendly states such as Texas.

De Blasio winning the presidency would only exacerbate that trend and extend it nationwide.

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