Loesch: Democrats Are Legally 'Free to Pay More to Gov't' If They Don't Like Tax Cuts
Commentator Dana Loesch reacted to liberals and the media criticizing the Republicans' tax bill.
"This is the wrong tax cut at the wrong time," MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, a former Republican Florida congressman, said.
House Democratic Caucus Chair Joseph Crowley (D-N.Y.) called it a "classic bait and switch."
NBC's Savannah Guthrie asked Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) if he was "living in a fantasy world."
Loesch said Democrats and the media "wanted to increase and keep high Americans' taxes for Christmas."
"They cannot lie to the American people when the American people see they are keeping more of their money," she said.
Loesch added that, under U.S. Treasury policy, tax rates are legal minimums.
She said objecting Democrats and media personalities can send as large a check as they want to the Internal Revenue Service.
"They are free to pay more," she said.
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