New York Times Gloats: We Helped Democrats Convince Americans Trump’s Tax Cuts Didn’t Benefit Them

New York Times:

“Face It: You (Probably) Got a Tax Cut – Studies consistently find that the 2017 law cut taxes for most Americans. Most of them don’t buy it.”

Elder Patriot – It seems that the NY Times was taking a victory lap this past Saturday when they seemed to gloat over having successfully convinced the vast majority of Americans that they never benefited from the so-called Trump tax cuts.

Gloating should be anticipated considering how long the intelligence agencies and our “most respected” news sources have been conspiring to achieve this result.

Who else, besides itself, was the Times referring to when it wrote:

The success at convincing Americans they weren’t better off when, in reality they were, should scare Americans still left with something other than their tribal biases.

Once the Times story broke, Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale took to Twitter to let America know what the Times had admitted:

How far gone are the sensibilities of Americans when they can’t even discern when they’re better off?  They need the media to tells them what to think?

PennLive.com:

The president’s son, Eric, delivered the overall national good economic news via Twitter.