Kim supports Donald Trump’s agenda. She supports Trump’s efforts to repeal health care, which could take away insurance from 23 million people while raising premiums on people age 50 to 64. Like Trump, she opposes a woman’s right to choose and supports cuts to Planned Parenthood. She supports Trump’s tax plan that cut taxes for corporations and millionaires while raising taxes on many middle-class Californians. And, like Trump, she refuses to fully release her tax returns.
Amidst the national outrage around the Trump Administration’s child separation policy, Kim praised Trump’s policies, saying “The President We Needed Appeared.” Instead of standing up for families and children, Kim questioned the validity of the horrific images of children in cages and stated the question, what’s the real story behind it?”
Kim won’t stand up for women. She voted against equal pay for equal work, against supporting Planned Parenthood, and against a woman’s right to choose. And she worked with extremists in Washington who would take away a woman’s right to choose even in some cases of rape and incest and allow insurance companies to charge women more than men and deny coverage for services like birth control and cancer screenings.
Kim is siding with the gun lobby over protecting our communities and our children. She raised money from the gun lobby and voted against common- sense gun safety laws in the Assembly, including the reporting of stolen guns. And even in the wake of mass shootings that have claimed the lives of too many children, she voted against prohibiting concealed weapons at schools.
Kim supports the Republican tax bill that sells out our children’s future by increasing the deficit by one point five trillion dollars while cutting taxes for the wealthy and big corporations. The plan Kim supports raises taxes on many California families by eliminating deductions for local property taxes and state taxes.
Kim sides with big insurance and pharmaceutical companies over patients. She supports Congressional Republican health care repeal efforts, which could take health insurance away from 23 million people. This effort would cut funding for Medicaid by 840 billion dollars, gut protections for pre-existing conditions, and raise premiums for people 50 to 64 years of age.
Kim thinks the rules don’t apply to her. She illegally claimed a 7-thousand dollar annual homestead exemption on a house she wasn’t living in for 4 years. She has had multiple tax liens placed on her for failure to pay her property taxes and this year disclosed she owes over 10 thousand dollars in unpaid federal income taxes. And she refuses to release more than two years of tax returns to see if there are even more problems with her taxes.