FactCheck.org called out this lie months ago and today she’s still spreading the same bullshit.
The Republican National Convention Chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, is facing harsh criticisms on social media after she claimed on social media that Donald Trump’s Presidential opponent, Joe Biden, intended to raise taxes on the large bulk of Americans ahead of the election.
McDaniel, who was one of the members of the President’s inner circle to become afflicted with the Coronavirus following his own diagnosis, took to Twitter on Saturday to state that Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee who is favored to win the election, plans to use his first day in office to raise taxes on a whopping 82% of Americans.
Many quickly slammed McDaniel and called her a liar, as Biden has gone on the record to say that he isn’t going to raise taxes on anyone who makes less than $400,000 a year, meaning her math on the 82% was likely way off.
Joe Biden promised on Day 1 to raise taxes on 82% of Americans…in the middle of an economic recovery.
We cannot afford Biden!
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) October 17, 2020
— FactCheck.org (@factcheckdotorg) August 25, 2020
ok Ronna Romney, show your work. post a link, or even better, post a video that shows Joe Biden making any such claim. we’ll wait
— Jeff Tiedrich (@itsJeffTiedrich) October 17, 2020
FUN FACT: 82% of Americans do NOT make MORE than $400,000 per year. Those are the ones whose taxes are meant to be raised, Ronna McDumbass.
Did COVID-19 break your math skills? https://t.co/LecM88Mv5R
— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) October 17, 2020
Joe Biden promised on Day 1 to raise taxes on those making $400,000 or more:
▪️ 2% of Americans make over $250,000.
▪️ 1% of Americans make over $400,000.
Facts don’t care about Republican feelings. Stop lying, Ronna.
— Andrea Junker ® (@Strandjunker) October 17, 2020