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Liberals Mock Family Featured on CNN Discussing Stresses of Rising Costs of Milk

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CNN actually attempted a heartfelt piece focusing on the struggle American families are up against in the face of inflation and rising costs. Despite the network’s display of humanity, its liberal viewers quickly shut it down.

A segment on CNN’s “New Day” featured the Stotler family, a Texas couple who is taking care of nine children; two are theirs biologically, six were adopted, and one is a foster child. Mother Krista Stotler expressed the “squeeze” she has felt taking care of her family as prices of goods increase.

Texas mother Krista Stotler discusses the effects of rising grocery prices on CNN. (CNN screenshot)

Texas mother Krista Stotler discusses the effects of rising grocery prices on CNN. (CNN screenshot)

Stotler said she was having to pay an extra $100 per week on groceries. “A gallon of milk was $1.99. Now it’s $2.79. When you buy 12 gallons a week times four weeks, that’s a lot of money,” she said. Her husband Larry stated how guilty he felt that they were being forced to buy less healthy food to save money.

CNN viewers and liberal figures immediately mocked the family on social media. “12 gallons of milk a week may sound like a lot, but they’ve actually had to cut out their milk baths on alternate days,” snarked New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait.

Even The New York Times crossword puzzle account tweeted– and then deleted –, “sorry, I can’t do today’s crossword. I’m too busy carrying my 12 gallons of milk home.” James Surowiecki, blogger and writer for The New Yorker tweeted, “I’m not sure a family with 9 kids is really representative of the American middle class.” He’s absolutely right; the generosity of a couple adopting six children and fostering another in addition to two biological children is not “representative” of the average family.

“Other reporters and pundits dinged CNN for the segment, with some saying they couldn’t be right about milk being that cheap earlier this year and the family wasn’t indicative of a typical American household. It’s unclear what average grocery costs have been in the Stotler’s Dallas-area town” writes Fox News.

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  1. doug

    November 6, 2021 at 5:49 pm

    so when Marjorie Taylor green mocks survivors of a high school shooting the right think it is ok, or when the 5 on fox laughs at school shootings this is normal, or when the President of the United States of America(Trump) doesn’t even know the words to the national anthem no one says boo, but if the left makes a joke about milk you are all “how dare they”.

    • Bryan

      November 8, 2021 at 4:18 pm

      Poor Doug. Did someone piss in your cereal? What a whiny biotch.

    • Kaleb Patrick Lippert

      November 8, 2021 at 5:02 pm

      Not even close. No comparison, Libtard.

  2. Bbruce

    November 6, 2021 at 6:23 pm

    Buy a cow, and maybe even buy a farm, grow your own food like your grandparents did

  3. Kristie

    November 6, 2021 at 11:23 pm

    Its sad to see a certsin population of people who dont know howbto act around real people. Everything they say is sarcastic too bad they have a big black heart pumping spike protiens that have attacked whst lityle brain they have left. God knows what to do with you infadell dummycrats pathetic

  4. Dori

    November 7, 2021 at 11:40 pm

    Libs are vicious. They care about no one but themselves. Anyone that doesn’t praise their corrupt democrat politicians and their insane ideas are mocked, abused and canceled.

  5. Mirna

    November 7, 2021 at 11:52 pm

    It’s so sad seeing people like the liberals and the comunist hating this country. But don’t forget that Karma is a Btch and what’s going around Comes around.
    And everyone of you are going to Fall hard.

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Americans are paying the highest taxes and largest share of GDP ever

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“People are now paying more in total income taxes than ever, even considering the 2017 tax cuts signed by former President Donald Trump. And they will be paying significantly more when elements of those tax cuts expire in 2025” according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).

The Washington Examiner reports on the CBO’s analysis that the Treasury expects a 28% surge in individual income taxes this year. The analysis was presented to Congress on Thursday, and explained more income taxes are ahead in 2025 after the Trump tax cuts expire.

“Receipts from individual income taxes — the largest source of federal revenues — rose sharply in 2021 and are projected to do so again in 2022 as the economy recovers from recession and temporary provisions enacted in response to the pandemic expire. Those receipts are projected to rise again after 2025 because of the scheduled expiration of some provisions of the 2017 tax act,” read the report.

“In 2021, receipts from individual income taxes totaled $2.0 trillion, or 9.1% of GDP. Under current law, and on the basis of receipts observed through late April of this year, CBO expects individual income tax receipts to rise by 28% in 2022, to $2.6 trillion. At 10.6% of GDP, that total is expected to be the highest amount of individual income tax receipts recorded since 1913, when ratification of the Sixteenth Amendment authorized the federal government to begin collecting income taxes,” said the report.

Additionally, the CBO stated that the overall federal revenue is expected to reach a record $4.8 trillion in 2022, a 19% one-year increase. “The strong revenue growth in 2021 and 2022 results mostly from large increases in collections of individual income taxes. Total revenues in 2022 are projected to equal 19.6% of the nation’s gross domestic product — the largest annual revenues relative to the size of the economy since 2000.”

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