Economist Stephen Moore: Middle-class incomes have risen $4,100 since Trump took office

Democrats like to insist that only the one-percenters are winning under President Donald Trump’s leadership. But economist Stephen Moore disagrees.

Over former President Barack Obama’s eight years in the White House, the median income for middle-class families in the U.S. rose $1,000. But Trump has shattered his predecessor’s record, bringing that median income up $4,100 since he took office in January 2017, according to the Daily Mail.

Trump proves Dems wrong

Once again, Democrats have been proven wrong. Trump’s tax cuts didn’t only help the top 1% of earners in this country — the middle class reaped the benefits, too.

This is exactly why the Democrats vying for the White House in 2020 wouldn’t address the economy in their last primary debate.

With the economy booming, Democrats stand little chance of winning next fall, so they’re doing all they can to make it seem like a recession is coming — at the expense of the American people.

Taking down the economy

Indeed, it seems sacrificing the many for the few is the new motto of high-profile Dems. Bill Maher wants Trump out of office so badly that he is openly hoping for an economic crash so Trump loses one of his main talking points.

How will Democrats get that economic downturn?

The markets have shown that impeaching the president is a prime tactic.

With concerns of Trump’s impending ouster looming, some companies have already started to scale back staffing and production in fear of losing the tax cuts the Trump administration has put in place.

Clearly, the Democrats are hoping they can put the country in a recession before the election. If millions of Americans lose their jobs and go bankrupt in the process, so be it.

Make no mistake about it, if Trump gets impeached or a Democrat wins this election, our economy is going to tank. The recession of 2008 will be child’s play compared to the tailspin we will see in 2021.

Democrats, of course, are already setting that up to blame that on Trump — even though it will be their policies that create the collapse. For now, though, it looks like President Trump — and middle-class Americans — are still on a winning streak.

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