NJ Governor Phil Murphy blatantly lying in new commercial about 'tax fairness for the middle class'

NJ Governor Phil Murphy blatantly lies (and lisps) in this stunning new commercial: A New Direction for New Jersey.

In it, he claims:

A) Starting to fully fund public schools and the ridiculous full day pre-school (if you can't afford to school your kid until Kindergarten -- don't have a kid)
B) Making college 'affordable'
C) Protecting access to quality health care (that'd be an Obamacare like 'mandate tax')

Just, apparently, not dental health care...

And, wait for it...

D) Tax fairness for the middle class



Guess what? A + B cost a TON of money. Your money. C is another tax.

Notice Murphy DOESN'T MENTION extending financial aid to students who are illegal aliens? Notice Murphy DOESN'T MENTION $2.1 Million to help help illegal aliens with Legal aid? That's MORE TAX on the backs of NJ citizens.

So what about D above -- Tax fairness for the middle class...? Murphy signed that fugazi law 'allowing' NJ residents and their towns to work in cahoots to defraud the IRS by calling property tax payments 'charitable donations.' (An aspect of SALT deductions that would only effect the upper middle and upper class if it wasn't a joke.) How'd the IRS respond to that tomfoolery?

The agencies issued a notice saying that they plan to propose regulations to "help taxpayers understand the relationship between federal charitable contribution deductions and the new statutory limitation on the deduction of state and local taxes."

"Taxpayers should be mindful that federal law controls the proper characterization of payments for federal income tax purposes," the notice says.

Jared Walczak, a senior policy analyst at the Tax Foundation wrote Wednesday that the move by the IRS and Treasury is "clearly bad news for the charitable contributions in lieu of taxes approach."

Phil Murphy is completely killing New Jersey's middle class. KILLING it. And the US Attorney General should indict him for attempting to defraud the Internal Revenue Service.

Phil Murphy is, basically, a much worse Edna Krabappel. And that code with the 'investments' means taxes.

Please follow Bob's Blitz on Twitter for exclusive Blitz stories.





*Return to Bob's Blitz Homepage -- *Contact Bob's Blitz -- ⓒ2008-2018 BobsBlitz.com

Cookies & Privacy Policy -- About Us -- Copyright Policy -- Secure Version