Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders unveiled his new proposal to “raise taxes on the middle class” Thursday night; saying the cost would be off-set by Americans saving money on his universal healthcare program.
— NBC News (@NBCNews) June 28, 2019
“Here’s a direct question: Will you raise taxes for the middle class in a Sanders administration?” asked NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie.
“People who have healthcare under Medicare for All will have no premiums, no deductibles, no co-payments, no out-of-pocket expenses. Yes, they will spend more on taxes but less on healthcare for what they get,” said Sanders.
Home Depot founders Bernie Marcus and Ken Langone spoke with Fox Business last week; calling Sanders the biggest “enemy of every entrepreneur” in the United States.
“Do you get annoyed when you have big old targets, not specifically on you, but that the rich, all these Democratic candidates, to a man and woman, they single out guys like you as, this is what has happened to capitalism. Unfair,” asked host Neil Cavuto.
“Bernie Sanders is out today with a plan that will tax Wall Street trades pennies on the dollar. But it’s a start to pay for, among other things, college debt and maybe free college down the road,” he added.
“Well, look, don’t bring up Bernie Sanders, because that’s a red flag in front of me, because he’s the enemy of every entrepreneur that’s ever going to be born in this country and has been born in the past,” said Marcus. “Our kids today don’t learn Western civilization. They don’t learn history. History repeats itself. You see things happening over and over again.”
Bernie Marcus, Home Depot co-founder: “[Bernie Sanders] is the enemy of every entrepreneur that's ever going to be born in the country and has been born in the past.”https://t.co/W46jWwMLab
— GOP (@GOP) June 25, 2019
Sanders continued his calls for free public college and the elimination of student debt Monday; asking his fellow Americans if they were “truly free to pursue their dreams.”
“Are you truly free if you graduate hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt? Are you free if you cannot pursue your dream because you don’t make enough to cover your student loan payments? We will #CancelStudentDebt because there is no freedom without economic freedom,” asked Sanders on social media.
Are you truly free if you graduate hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt?
Are you free if you cannot pursue your dream because you don't make enough to cover your student loan payments?
We will #CancelStudentDebt because there is no freedom without economic freedom.
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) June 24, 2019
Sanders unveiled his latest proposal Monday to cancel the nation’s entire student loan debt; a move economists say will cost more than $1.6 trillion for American taxpayers.