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Scott Walker's Attack On Elizabeth Warren's Ultra-Millionaire Tax Backfires Spectacularly

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Scott Walker just can't stop with his tax analogies.

That's probably because he doesn't actually understand how taxes work himself.

This time, he's attacking Elizabeth Warren's idea to add an additional tax to the ultra-wealthy.

First, the former Wisconsin Republican Governor, ousted in the 2018 midterms, came for New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's 1960's-esque taxreform proposal.

Now, he's attacking presumed presidential nominee Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts.

Senator Warren recently proposed an extra 2% tax on America's 75,000 wealthiest households. This would only affect those with a net worth of $50 million or more.

Walker attempted to discredit her tax proposal by creating an analogy about straight A students.

Many people are taking it upon themselves to correct and improve his analogy.

Others are reminding him that he has no room to talk.

And others don't understand why he thinks he would understand the "straight A" perspective.

But nobody is distracted from the real issue of him not understanding how tax policy works.

Scott Walker, go back to your day job.

Oh wait.

You don't have one.

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