For 35 years, America has fallen in love with the hilarious host of “Wheel of Fortune” Pat Sajak. Along with his co-host Vanna White, Sajak has entertained the country five days per week for a very long time. And along with just a handful of other Hollywood elites, Sajak is a rare star in the cloud of liberal darkness that proliferates Hollywood.
Because the GOP has pushed for tax cuts, liberals are up in arms about it. They claim that the tax cuts will only benefit the richest Americans at the cost of the average taxpayer. But Trump insists that ordinary American families will benefit from the bill.
Despite the president’s assurances, liberals are whining about the changes in the tax plan. And Pat Sajak has turned to Twitter to post a “reminder” to everyone that lower taxes is a good thing for your wallet.
“Reminder to all,” Sajak tweeted this Saturday. “Tax rates are merely legal minimums. You are free to send as much as you’d like.”
Because liberals continue to complain about how Trump wants to lower taxes, Sajak was compelled to write the direct message to the whining lawmakers.
Such influential liberals as Senator Dick Durbin and Chris Coons have posted to Twitter slandering the bill.
Senator Durbin wrote, “Trying to review the #GOPTaxScam but they are making hand-written changes to brand new text as we speak – can anyone else read this?”
Durbin shared his comment along with a photo of the bill with a paragraph of notes scribbled in the margin.
Senator Coons wrote, “Does anyone think this is how the United States Senate should be changing our entire tax code? Last minute, handwritten edits on a bill that was just released on Friday night?”
Senator Jon Tester shared a furious rant as well: “I was just handed a 479-page tax bill a few hours before the vote. One page literally has hand scribbled policy changes on it that can’t be read. This is Washington, D.C. at its worst. Montanans deserve so much better.”
Senator Bob Menendez also joined the discussion: “Okay this is absurd. One page of the new #GOPTaxPlan is crossed out with an ex. Another page is just a line. Is that a crossout? Is this page part of the bill? Why am I asking these questions hours before we vote on it???”
But after Sajak tweeted about the complaints, other conservatives joined him.
Jim O’Neill, a conservative Twitter user, wrote, “I am challenging every lib to protest @POTUS tax bill by donating their extra cash, and any investment gains to charity. If they hate @POTUS so much they shouldn’t accept any benefit due to him. Pls retweet this thought and let’s see if we can get the libs to put up or shut up!”
This statement from an average American mirrored Sajak’s dismissal of the complaints.
President Trump promised tax reform while on the campaign trail. And that is what he is doing. But he never promised that his opponents would like what he planned.