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[WATCH] Kirk Cox demand people take the unproven COVID-19 vaccine



Kirk Cox on camera from many different news casts repeditly offering the vaccine solutions. Then on a zoom call Glenn Youngkin (who has ties to CFR) becomes the Kirk Cox hype man. Could Youngkin be rallying Cox becuse he is using his platform to shill the covid-19 vaccinations? Dr. Mercola offers his oppinion on the vax drama and another PHD from Canada also makes a statement.



Tax & Fee Hikes On Hardworking Virginians

• In 2013, Cox, a self-described tax-cutting conservative, voted for an early version of a bill (HB 2313) that constituted one of the largest tax hikes in Virginia history. The bill included more than a dozen new and increased taxes that were estimated to cost Virginia families and businesses $1 billion per year. The Cox-backed bill hit Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads harder than the rest of the state. (HB 2313, Passed 60-40, 2/5/13, Cox Voted Yea; American Conservative Union, Accessed 12/14/20)

• Later in 2013, Cox voted for the final McDonnell-signed version of the bill (HB 2313), which the American Conservative Union deemed the largest tax hike in state history and estimated would increase taxes on Virginians by a total of $1 billion annually. Notable tax and fee provisions included a new percentage-based gas tax, sales tax hikes, a real estate tax hike, a car titling tax hike, and vehicle registration fee hikes. (HB 2313, Passed 64-35, 4/3/13, Cox Voted Yea; American Conservative Union, Accessed 12/14/20; PolitiFact, 3/15/13; Press Release, 5/16/13)

• In 2018, Cox voted for a Northam-signed bill (SB 896) to increase the gas tax in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads. (SB 896, Passed 65-27, 3/8/18, Cox Voted Yea; American Conservative Union, Accessed 12/14/20)

• In 2018, Cox voted for a Northam-signed bill (SB 884) that included five alcoholic beverage fee hikes on Virginia businesses. (SB 884, Passed 85-13, 2/26/18, Cox Voted Yea; American Conservative Union, Accessed 12/14/20)

• Over the years, Cox has also voted to increase taxes and fees on cell phones, vehicle registrations, court services, baseball tickets, video programming, restaurants, beer kegs and small businesses. (Virginia House Of Delegates, Bill And Vote Details Included In This Report


Accepting Gifts From Special Interest Groups And Corporations

• Cox has accepted over $40,000 in gifts from special interest groups and corporations. Notable gifts have included dinners, trips, airfare, golfing events, and tickets to college and professional sports events. (Virginia Public Access Project, Accessed 12/7/20)



Corporate Welfare & Crony Capitalism

• Cox has voted to give hundreds of millions of tax dollars and subsidies to large, highly profitable corporations. (SB1255, Passed 83-16, 1/28/19; Cox Voted Yea; ACU Foundation Center For Legislative Accountability, Accessed 12/14/20; SB1370, Passed 93-6, 2/11/19, Cox Voted Yea; ACU Foundation Center For Legislative Accountability, Accessed 12/14/20)

◦ Cox has a long history of voting to give tax dollars and subsidies to corporations. Examples have included Disney, Motorola, IBM/Toshiba, Siemens/Motorola, Volvo, Volkswagen and Rolls Royce. (The Roanoke Times, 3/13/94; SB 500, Passed: 91-7, 3/12/94, Cox Voted Yea; The Roanoke Times, 2/16/96)

• In 2008 and 2009, Cox led a successful push to give Rolls Royce nearly $50 million in taxpayer-funded incentives for a Richmond area plant. In 2020, Roll Royce announced plans to shut down the plant and lay off 280 workers. (The Virginian-Pilot, 8/17/20)

• Cox has repeatedly voted to pick winners and losers as evidenced by his votes to provide tax carve outs and/or subsidies to Hollywood liberals, green energy companies, section 8 landlords, and government-favored businesses. (SB 982, Passed 83-15, 2/17/17, Cox Voted Yea; American Conservative Union, Accessed 12/14/20; SB 573, Passed 81-18, 2/28/18, Cox Voted Yea; American Conservative Union, Accessed 12/14/20; SB 1656, Passed 84-12, 2/13/19, Cox Voted Yea; ACU’s Ratings Of Virginia 2019, ACU Foundation Center For Legislative Accountability, Accessed 12/14/20; HB 222, Passed 86-10, 3/9/18, Cox Voted Yea; ACU’s Ratings Of Virginia 2018, American Conservative Union, Accessed 12/14/20



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