Elizabeth Warren Might Have Up To $10 Million – But She Wants To Tax “Super Wealthy” Who Have $50 Million
Editor’s Note: Perhaps Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar need to call out Elizabeth Warren as their 70 and 90% tax rate would be hitting her, but they won’t because as long as they aren’t the ones paying, they don’t care. I wonder if the people demanded a ninety percent tax rate after the first $100,000 of members of Congress if they would support that. I mean they should lead by example and “pay their fair share,” right? Probably not.
Class warfare, like love, is relative.
The guy who has “too much money” is always the guy who has more money than you do.
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Case in point, proud fake American Indian and even more fake class warrior millionaire, Liz “Running Socialist Housecat” Warren.
Democratic presidential hopeful and class warrior Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., is still worth millions, new financial records show — as she pushes a new wealth tax aimed at millionaires and billionaires.
According to Warren’s presidential candidate personal financial disclosure, obtained by The Center for Public Integrity, Warren is worth somewhere between roughly $4 million and $10 million. The exact number is not clear as the report includes ranges for various investments and income streams, rather than exact amounts.
Good thing, Warren has upped her Twitter game by going after those terrible rich people who have too much money.
What’s too much money? More than $10 mil.
“We need structural change. That’s why I’m proposing something brand new – an annual tax on the wealth of the richest Americans. I’m calling it the ‘Ultra-Millionaire Tax’ & it applies to that tippy top 0.1% – those with a net worth of over $50M,” Warren tweeted.
Having $10 mil doesn’t put you in the “tippy top”, claims the fake folksy class warrior millionaire. Having $50 million does.
Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield