Lil’ Debbie “Is Not Sure That $1000 Bonuses From Companies You Work For Goes Very Far” [Video]

[VIDEO] When was the last time you and your co-workers received an extra $1000 from your boss and complained about the Puny Bonuses that you were given. Former Chairwomen of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz said in this video that it will not mean much or go very far. I am sure that from her elite lifestyle, an extra $50 would be nothing more than a light lunch for her. Just like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, she does not wander down where the rubber meets the road very often. As you watch this short segemnt and hear here words, you can almost hear the contempt she has for you poor people.


As Written and Reported By Cameron Cawthorne fpr Fox News:

Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz claimed Thursday that $1,000 bonuses from companies do not go “very far” for middle-class workers.

Schultz, who appeared with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and other Democratic leaders at the #TrumpTax Town Hall at Florida Atlantic University, responded to a question about dozens of corporations giving bonuses and wage increases to their workers due to the Republican tax reform law.

In a clip flagged by America Rising, Schultz responded by downplaying the impact that the bonuses and wage increases will have on middle-class families.

“Frankly, if you look at the bonuses, which I haven’t heard of a corporate bonus more than $1,000 so far—which by the way is taxed, so it’s not $1,000,” Schultz said. “And then you spread $1,000 over the course of a year—to think of about how much that is—of course they get it all at once. But I’m not sure that $1,000—which is taxed, taxable—goes very far for almost anyone.”

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