Vote Against Any Member of Congress Who Doesn’t Support This Social Security Protection Bill


In a bid to alleviate the financial burden on middle-class seniors, Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY) has persistently reintroduced a crucial bill—H.R. 3206, the Senior Citizens Tax Elimination Act. Despite the bill aiming to eliminate the unjust double taxation of Social Security benefits, it faces opposition primarily from Democrats, leaving it without the much-needed support.

The Need for Change

Before delving into the details of the press release, it's essential to understand the backdrop. The Congressional Research Service notes that Social Security benefits were initially exempt from federal income tax until 1984. Subsequent legislation led to the taxation of a portion of these benefits, with the taxed share increasing based on the recipient's income exceeding a specified threshold.

Representative Massie argues, "Seniors have already paid tax on their Social Security contributions via the payroll tax, yet they are still required to list these benefits as taxable income on their tax returns." The bill aims to rectify this, exempting.........