Yes, the deck is stacked against the middle class (and the lower class, who no one ever seems to care about, other than false claims that they're taking their money.) Reagan really did a number on the middle class, and we seem unable to, or unwilling to, fix that.
But you've shifted. You've argued raising taxes are bad, then said it would be on you (she's been pretty clear she wouldn't impact the middle class, but we can argue about what the middle class is), and now it's because there'd be loopholes (she's talking about killing these loopholes.)
In the long run, Trump's cuts may have cut for the middle class, but the cuts for the 0.1% is so high that it does not matter. We may save some money in taxes, but it will be at the expense of wages stagnating even more, which is worse for us. I'd rather everyone's taxes go up some, with the 0.1% going up so much that wages increase for all, than everyone's go down some, but taxes stagnate. Even for a small business owner, growing wages means more money the middle class has to spend on you.