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Democrats have so many ridiculous criticisms when it comes to Donald Trump that you could almost make an Advent Calendar out of them.

By that token, I don’t just mean everyone gets the same exact calendar.

I am talking about every man, woman and child in the United States getting their own unique one because if President Trump had a sandwich at two in the morning they would find a way to complain about it.

That’s what liberals think that they are so good at is the notion of making everyone believe the worst about Republicans and especially the President.

The main criticism that Democrats have for the tax bill supported by Republicans in Congress and President Donald Trump is that it will only help the rich.

In one case, Bruce Bartlett, a former policy adviser to former President Ronald Reagan, said it’s going to treat poor families so badly it’s “akin to rape.”

Before we go any further, I hope to God that the poor folks who actually have been raped make sure to flood his office inbox with as many angry letters as possible.

Make sure they are letters to, paper is harder to get rid of than by jut pressing delete.

On Sunday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) tried to criticize the GOP’s tax bill and ended up showing how it doesn’t help people who are well off.

In a tweet, she complained, “The Republican tax bill caps the mortgage interest deduction at $750,000 for new mortgages”:

She went to use counties such as San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz as examples of where people would be disadvantaged by the bill if it becomes law. Those counties are among richest in the United States.

People have been voicing their confusion at how she thinks this helps Democratic talking points:

The point is that they are doing everything that they can to try and twist everything around. Anytime they want to push their agenda they always appeal to the lowest common denominator

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