Cawthorn: Biden's Tax Hikes Will Push America into a 'Recession’
'They just say big lies, and they continue to go along with the radical policies'
Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) warned Democrat Joe Biden’s tax hikes to pay for "spending plans" will “lead to a recession.”
Cawthorn says increased taxes are “going to hurt the middle class” and the economy.
During an interview on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria," Cawthorn said:
“Well, it’s just more of the same from the Biden administration."
“You know, they just say big lies, and they continue to go along with the radical policies."
"Starting to increase taxes on capital gains, increase taxes on income tax — this is going to hurt the middle class," he added.
"This is going to hurt our economy."
"And it’s going to take jobs away from the people he purports to help — the working-class men and women.”
“I am happy that Democrats have finally admitted that there is not unlimited money out there in the world,” he added.
“In the first 100 days, the Biden administration, Nancy Pelosi, and all the Democrats in Congress have spent nearly $10 trillion.
"You see, we have a $4 trillion budget, and then we also have this $6 trillion spending plan."
"That’s $10 trillion. Money doesn’t grow on trees, as you well know," he continued.
"And increasing taxes on the middle class is just going to hurt our economy more. This is going to lead to a recession, I genuinely believe, and the Republican Party does have an opportunity to stop this in the Senate."
"So, we have to hope that Joe Manchin holds the line and make sure that we have the filibuster remain in place.”
Last month, Biden claimed his massive tax increase would help the economy and not damage it.
The multitrillion-dollar infrastructure plan, which former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said was “a tax increase bill masquerading as an infrastructure bill," raises taxes in the middle of an economic freefall.
“Raising taxes, the studies show, will not slow the economy at all,” Mr. Biden said at the White House.
“It will make the economy function better.”