Here’s What The Dems Tried To Bury During Trump’s State of the Union Speech

The DNC had its job cut out for it during President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address on Tuesday night. Besides trying to belittle and marginalize the President’s view of the United States, they had some financial forms that they had to file. What better time to do this than when everyone is looking in the other direction. Well, not exactly everyone. Ken Vogel of The New York Times picked up on a filing by the Democrat National Committee with the Federal Election Commission. They are required to report on all campaign contributions on a regular basis. They don’t want you to see this one.

As Written and Reported By Matt Vespa for Townhall:

The economy is booming, the tax reform package has spurred over 250 companies to dole out bonuses to some three million workers, more employee investments are coming, more jobs are projected to be created, and charitable donations are expected to increase from companies thanks to Trump’s tax bill. Apple’s repatriation of $250 billion, part of their $350 billion investments back into America over a five-year periodis projected to create 20,000 jobs in the process. We’ve reached a new era, one of economic prosperity, which is what President Trump emphasized during the State of the Union Tuesday.

President Trump spoke of the good economic news to dead silence from Democrats. Job creation is up, with 2.4 million jobs created since the 2016 election—Democrats sat. They sat when the president announced we had defeated ISIS, touted low unemployment rates, fighting crime, uniting the country, and working together on a bipartisan basis. They were a legion of grumpy cats; still incensed that Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton in 2016. Yeah, they’re not over it. Another area of heartburn could ….

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Oh, So That’s What The DNC Tried to Bury During Trump’s State Of The Union – Matt Vespa

 

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