Does it surprise anyone at this point that this administration is authoritarian in its nature despite all its claims? The Biden administration has 138 average executive orders compared to 55 of Donald Trump. The democrats easily accept what their president asks them to. In a similar fashion, they accepted the recent tax proposal by Biden and even pushed for further policies which he did not include.
On the other hand, Republican senators (keeping the US interests in mind, and the interests of US citizens) discussed these tax proposals in length. Republican senators, such as Kevin Brady, tried to get the exact position of the current administration and what their actual goals are. Are they going to take the hard-earned money of people even if they aren’t wealthy?
What the Democrats are pushing for is keeping the cap on the tax. They wish to rob the people even more. But like the equivocal nature of the representatives of this administration, the treasury secretary, Janet Yellen eluded and gave no definite answer, saying that ‘The president has not made a proposal with respect to SALT (Sales and Local tax reduction) tax.’
When she was confronted with the tax policy, she answered that they were not aware of the tax policy of 2025 to which Rep. Brady said, ‘I was respectfully hoping for more direct answers’. In a move to please their president, several democrats brought up the inclusion of taxes which Biden himself did not include. The tax proposal is expected to decrease the after-tax income by 4.5% and this will continue to 6.3% in several years. They wish to put the burden of foreigners and low-income people on those who work hard and who deserve the money they are earning.
In short, if you are working and year after year pay more in taxes rather than receive more in benefits, your taxes are going up. If you receive more from the government than you put into the system, you will most likely be seeing another increase in those benefits thanks to those who are working.