Tax me more, Congresswoman?

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A Sara Jacobs constituent responds to her Tweet during President Joe Biden’s speech…

Sara Jacobs — Are you kidding me?

The privilege to post such a nonchalant “tax me more” tweet.

When you come from a billionaire family, it’s easy to see taxes as no big deal.

The audacity to think that more taxes equals relief to the community is either naïve on your behalf, or misleading.

By the way, this is my local Federal Congresswoman here in San Diego.

San Diego.

A place where taxes are through the roof.
A place where we’re one step away from having our air taxed.

You represent #CA53–Not yourself.

Let’s see how many in #CA53 actually want higher taxes? Do you know? Or is this just on your wishlist?

Keep in mind. Especially here in San Diego, we see local county officials trying to give pay raises ($40m) at a time people can’t even pay their rent.

At a time where homelessness is driving more violent crimes in your district. And your solution is more taxes?🤨

Sara, you seem to think taxes don’t cause any harm. And once again, that speaks volumes of your blessed position in life.

You can’t tax the community into prosperity.

A government big enough to provide you everything, is a government big enough to take everything away from you.

-Zack Gianino
Your Constituent

(Had to get that off my chest)


Comments 3

  1. I back Zack! Sara Jacobs could be the poster child for White privilege, yet she virtue signals her constituents? There’s a reason Pelosi gave her the honor of opening a session of Congress with her ceremonial Gavel. It’s all about the ruling elite amassing more personal wealth & power.

  2. Great post and the author is spot on!! Sara Jacobs literally kept running campaign after campaign until she won one. She has NOTHING in common with the people she represents. A little rich girl, with NO valuable experience and bought herself an election. Time to start grooming someone from the district to run and represent the PEOPLE in the next election.

  3. Sara’s paycheck as a public servant is taxed at a higher rate than her mega capital invested. But feel free to miss her point.

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