Republicans’ Ultra-MAGA Agenda Is WILDLY Out Of Touch

Today’s Republican Party is pushing a MAGA agenda that could raise taxes on half of Americans and end the Social Security and Medicare guarantee. Despite word gymnastics and failed efforts to keep the Republican agenda under wraps, one thing’s clear: the Republican agenda would hurt America’s working-class families.

Republicans are pushing for an extreme MAGA agenda that could raise taxes on half of Americans, end the Social Security and Medicare guarantee, and make health care more expensive:


Courier: “The GOP plan is universally unpopular with 71% of voters, including 62% of Republicans, stating opposition to the plan. Only 15% of respondents support it.”

Washington Post Opinion: “Scott’s plan would also sunset — eliminate — all federal legislation over five years, under the (risky) assumption that worthy laws would be reenacted. That could mean an end to Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, everything else mentioned above — and potentially more.”

MSNBC: “But the larger point is that when given an opportunity, these Republican Senate hopefuls were unanimous in their opposition to the Affordable Care Act. For these statewide candidates, scrapping the landmark reform law was a foregone conclusion.”

With Donald Trump as their leader, the Republican Party is pushing a dangerous MAGA agenda, and President Biden and Democrats will make sure every voter knows what’s at stake in November:

Politico: “Biden: MAGA is the ‘most extreme political organization’ in recent U.S. history”

ABC News: “Biden railed against what he called an ‘ultra-MAGA agenda’ that he said would raise taxes on ‘working families’ and ‘working-class folks.’ It was some of the sharpest political rhetoric the president has used to engage with his predecessor and the party Trump continues to dominate.”

The Hill: “President Biden in a speech Wednesday assailed Republicans for embracing what he described as an ‘extreme’ agenda, seeking to contrast the GOP’s economic vision for the country with his own in perhaps his most pointed criticisms of Republicans ahead of the midterm elections.”