Newt Gingrich: Big Government Socialism isn't 'free' – all programs taxpayer-funded, meaning YOU pay for them

Don’t fall for it.

Vermont Su. Bernie Sanders’ belief in socialism has now infected virtually the entire elected membership of the Democratic Party en Washington. This infection persists despite daily evidence that big government is not efficient or effective.

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At the federal level, consider President Joe Biden’s border catastrophe, his disastrous exit from Afghanistan, his record inflation, and now the crippling, policy-imposed supply chain woes.

At the local level, consider the collapsing urban schools, skyrocketing murder rates in Democrat-run cities, and massive theft of unemployment compensation money.

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There is an almost religious fanaticism within the left to believe that somehow más big government implementing más socialist policies will create a better future.

The left’s constant refrain of the wordfreeis a key example of how misguided Big Government Socialism really is.

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None of the things the Big Government Socialists want to do are free. In a bygone, saner political era, they would be described as what they are: taxpayer-funded programs.

When you get afreeschool lunch, a taxpayer paid for it. When you getfreetreatment through Medicaid, a taxpayer funded it. When you go to afreegovernment-run school, taxpayers funded the cost.

When you discuss the lunacy of Big Government Socialist programs – whether from President Biden, Su. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., or Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. – correct the conversation every time the wordfreeis used. Insist on calling ittaxpayer funded.

To dig a little deeper: Taxpayers fund government programs in three ways – borrowing, taxing cash and taxing through inflation. All three methods involve taking money out of taxpayers’ pockets and reducing the standard of living for Americans.

Borrowing for public programs is a future tax.

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