CLF: Americans Can’t Afford to Pay for Andy Kim’s Democratic Socialist Party’s Tax Hits

Notetaker Andy Kim, a candidate for Congress is seen in a photo with Muslim Brotherhood leader Anas Altikriti standing next to Iraqi Parliament Speaker Usama al-Nujaifi shaking hands with President Obama / Flickr

TOMS RIVER-The Congressional Leadership Fund, a conservative political action committee today took aim at New Jersey’s most prominent member of the 2018 Democratic Socialist freshman classmates in Congress, New Jersey’s Andy Kim.

“Congressman Kim has sat complicit for too long as his socialist friends in the House have marched forward with extreme plans to raise taxes on just about everything from retirement savings and family nest eggs, to small businesses and workers’ hard-earned paychecks,” said CLF Spokesman Calvin Moore. “Kim owes New Jersey an explanation for why he thinks families should be expected to put less on the table in order to pay for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s extreme socialist agenda.”

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Moore pointed to the Democratic Socialist laundry list of taxes and asked why he has remained silent on his party’s reckless desire to deliver socialism to America.

Moore referenced Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s plan to raise income tax to 70%, Bernie Sanders’ $16.2 trillion socialized healthcare system, Elizabeth Warren’s 3% “wealth tax”, Bernie Sanders’ 77% death tax and Nancy Pelosi’s plan to repeal the GOP’s tax cuts.

“Americans of all stripes are confronted by just how much of their hard-earned paycheck is confiscated by the federal government,” Moore said. “But for Congressman Andy Kim, it’s a day that serves as a great opportunity to look back on all the ways he and his clown car of socialists in the House would have Americans pay even more in taxes, if they have their way in 2020.”

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