Liberals are complaining that by Trump saving jobs he may be hurting America. What? Liberal logic 101: the companies who will be staying in America will be receiving a tax break and businesses need to be taxed more not less. PLEASE TAKE NATIONAL POLLS AND PETITIONS. YOUR OPINION MATTERS Results Are Sent To Congress - Let Congress Hear Your Voice
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Conservative logic 101: if businesses are paying fewer taxes they can afford to pay employees better wages and can offer lower prices on products.
The outrage by liberals was spurred by Ford Motor Company announcing they will be canceling the building of a $1.6 billion plant in Mexico. They will now be investing $700 million in a Michigan assembly plant. They stated their decision was due to “pro-growth policies” championed by President-elect Donald Trump.
Trump had previously been critical of Ford’s plans to build in Mexico.
CEO Mark Fields, speaking at an event at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant, said the policies that Trump “and the new Congress have indicated they will pursue” were vital to the company’s decision.
“We believe these tax and regulatory reforms are necessary to boost U.S. competitiveness,” Fields said.
Tuesday’s announcement was the latest in a string of pre-inauguration successes for Trump in the manufacturing sector.
In early December, air conditioner and furnace maker Carrier agreed to stay in Indiana after weeks of negotiations headed by Vice President-elect Mike Pence. The decision reportedly saved about 700 jobs that would have been shifted to Mexico.
Later in the month, wireless provider Sprint and Internet company OneWeb announced they would be adding thousands of jobs in the U.S. Both companies are controlled by SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son, who had previously met with Trump.
H/T: Fox News