Sarah Huckabee Sanders is fighting back against “Bidenomics” with one move that has Democrats in a cold sweat

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Democrats and their media allies despised Sarah Huckabee Sanders throughout her time as Donald Trump’s Press Secretary.

They hate her even more now that she’s the Governor of Arkansas.

And now Sarah Huckabee Sanders is fighting back against “Bidenomics” with one move that has Democrats in a cold sweat.

“It’s the economy, stupid”

As President Joe Biden campaigns for re-election, working class Americans are struggling to make ends meet thanks to the failure that is so-called “Bidenomics.”

Workforce participation rates still haven’t returned to pre-pandemic levels and wages are stagnant, while runaway inflation has simultaneously skyrocketed the already high cost of living for the average American. 

In fact, a report earlier this year from the U.S. Senate Joint Economic Committee analyzed Consumer Price Index and Consumer Expenditure Survey histories, along with other government data to tally just how much Bidenflation is harming Americans.

According to the study, thanks to Biden’s economic policies that led to historically high inflation rates, working class families need to generate an additional $11,434 per year in income to have the same spending power they did under former President Donald Trump.

But while President Biden has continued doubling down on his failed policies, Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sander has a big plan to give Arkansans some relief. 

Delivering on a campaign promise

During her Gubernatorial campaign, Governor Sanders campaigned on adding Arkansas to the short list of states that actually follow the Constitution and do not tax their citizens’ income.

The Governor reaffirmed her commitment to that goal in an op-ed for Fox News. 

But Sanders isn’t putting forward a bunch of empty promises like most every other politician on both sides of the aisle.

In her op-ed, the Arkansas Governor also outlined steps she’s taking to move the state toward a no income tax future. 

“I’ve already worked with our legislature to cut taxes twice during my first year in office,” Sanders wrote. “Returning more than $300 million to taxpayers.”

Sanders isn’t one to rest on her laurels. 

Last week, she called a special session of the state legislature to push for more tax cuts. 

And she won. 

The Arkansas legislature agreed on cutting $384 million in personal income tax and nearly $100 million in corporate income tax – benefitting 1.1 million Arkansans. 

“Imagine a husband and wife who are just starting out as public school teachers,” Sanders wrote. “Thanks to Arkansas LEARNS, their starting salaries are now $50,000 each. And thanks to the three tax cuts I’ve signed, they will now take home $954 more of their paychecks each year. That’s extra money for rent, a car payment, or their grocery bills — more money for them, and more money in our economy stimulating growth.”

Sanders stressed in her op-ed, that thanks to Biden regime policies that extra take-home cash is more necessary than ever. 

“Democrats in Washington drove our economy off the rails, making sound stewardship in Little Rock even more important,” Sanders added. “Polls show that Americans are fed up with Democrats in Washington. After three years of economic failure, that’s not surprising. The good news is there’s another option: fiscal responsibility, smaller government and lower taxes. It’s working in Arkansas. It’s working in other Republican-led states. And if it’s put in place in Washington, it will revive our national economy.”

Arkansas to join an exclusive group 

Sanders’ goal of eventual income-tax free status is essential if Arkansas hopes to stay relevant in its region. 

The Natural State borders two income-tax free states, Texas and Tennessee. 

Along with Texas and Tennessee, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, and Wyoming all offer residents life without a state income tax. 

Not coincidentally, those states have some of the strongest economies in the country. 

Both businesses and families have been flocking to states that do not tax income.

According to the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, population growth in those states was 41%. 

And thanks to Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Arkansas could soon be free of income taxes.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.