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Jenna Fischer Apologizes for Tweet About Tax Reform Bill

Jenna Fischer Apologizes for Tweet About Tax Reform Bill

Jenna Fischer is apologizing for mixing up information about the newly passed Republican tax reform bill.

The 43-year-old The Office actress issued a statement on Wednesday (December 27) regarding a now-deleted tweet regarding tax deductions for teachers.

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“Last month, the House of Representatives voted for a tax bill that did kill a $250 deduction for teachers to buy classroom supplies, but in the final bill the deduction was restored. I feel genuinely bad about getting my facts wrong and I’m sorry,” she wrote.

Read her full statement below!

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  • Steve Clevenger

    Fischer is disengenuous with her apology. If she was truly sorry she wold have posted her piece in the op,ed of the NYTimes or WashPost rather than on Twitter where she mostly only reaches the sycophants of the progressives who couldn’t give a good damn. And “meaning well” isn’t enough is It? After all, Trump means well, as does the tax bill itself, but they were objectionable enough to her to shoot her tweet off before getting her facts straight. And loving a “good dialogue”? If that were true she might have used her celebrity juice to speak out against new fascist climate of non free speech found on the campuses like Berkeley these days. No, the hard truth is that she, like so may other progressive sycophants in the “resistance”, will be perjorative against any and all things conservative, Trump, or Republican. And to delete the tweet is an act of cowardice, and an attemp to rewrite history. If she is sincere in her apology the public deserves to know why she’s doing it.

  • LiberalsSuckDogshit

    What would we ever do without the infinite wisdom and insight of these brilliant Hollywood dumbfucks?

  • LiberalsSuckDogshit

    On behalf of America, suck on this you moronic w h o r e.

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  • bee

    I used to truly like her, not anymore. Why do these actors and actresses get political? They need to stick to acting. Her apology may be an act.