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The wealthy, elitist left will simply never surrender their imaginary hill, on top of which will be a sign declaring that the wealthy but politically dissenting do not their pay. fair share tax.

On Fox News’ “Hannity” on Thursday, Fox News host Kayleigh McEnany expressed her admiration for tech mogul and space explorer, Elon Musk, in hopes he can also become a celebrity in the political field.

“I think when you look at sobriety – a powerful drug – this is a man who said, ‘I’m not going to be an elite billionaire. I will not just say what is sober, say what is free, say what is expected of me. I will just be me. ‘ And he’s doing exactly that,” the former White House press secretary said.

Twitter feud recently broke out between Tesla CEO and Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), it seems that the latter did not like the fact that Time magazine named Musk “Person of the Year”.

Warren bravely brought Twitter to put in her two cents:

“Let’s change the fraudulent tax code so that ‘Person of the Year’ will actually pay taxes and stop causing trouble for others.”

But as the Jim Croce song warns, you shouldn’t pull on Superman’s cape, Liz. Especially if Superman is smarter than you.

McEnany told Hannity, “I was in the swamp. I happen to work for the apolitical President Donald J. Trump, the greatest president of our time. We need more people like Elon Musk in the game, and he probably will. “

She concluded, “So hey, Elon Musk, you might have a political future. We need more people like you, swamp entrepreneurs. It takes a lot of courage to get there and leave what’s comfortable, and he might be doing it.”

In terms of who-pays-what to the federal government, this is one of many distillation that the Twitter warriors refuse to acknowledge. Why are they even trying to understand the basics of economics? Most proponents (they’ll have to look that up, unless Webster’s Dictionary has redefined) higher taxes are too young to work with and don’t own anything yet.

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