The Biden administration wants to violate your privacy and raise your taxes.
Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg recently revealed that the Biden administration wants to levy a vehicle mileage tax to help finance future multibillion-dollar infrastructure projects.
The tax will not only harm Americans’ wallets, but it will also strip them of some of their privacy.
Consider this: the only way to know how many miles an individual travels is to install a chip in the car that collects data and transmits it to the government.
Transportation Secretary @PeteButtigieg is now floating the idea of a "mileage" or "vehicle usage" tax to fund the Federal spending spree.
— John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) March 26, 2021
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says taxing drivers by the mile “shows a lot of promise” and could be a way to fund a big infrastructure overhaul. pic.twitter.com/fkI5nWt7sr
— The Recount (@therecount) March 26, 2021
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Friday that the White House is exploring a number of options, including a vehicle mileage levy, to fund what are supposed to be multibillion-dollar infrastructure projects.
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Buttigieg also argued, in an interview with CNBC’s Kayla Tausche, that President Joe Biden’s upcoming efforts to restore America’s highways, bridges, and rivers would result in a net benefit for taxpayers rather than a net outlay.
“When you think of infrastructure, it’s a classic example of the type of investment that pays off,” he said. “This is one of the reasons why we believe it is so important.
“This is one of the reasons why we believe it is so important. This is an employment vision as well as an infrastructure, economy, and other visions.”
He also gave his thoughts on a variety of possible revenue-generating strategies for the project’s financing. He advocated for a mileage levy, which would tax passengers based on the distance they drive rather than the amount of fuel they buy.
Democrats have gradually backed away from a fuel tax in favor of a climate-friendly push to allow people to drive electric vehicles.
A mileage-based tax shows a lot of promise, @SecretaryPete says about funding President Biden's infrastructure package. Revenue generation will most likely come from several different sources. "We've got to think big; it's got to be transformative." https://t.co/QY1JvWXXOA pic.twitter.com/4R2CD6KaZV
— CNBC (@CNBC) March 26, 2021