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It taxes the upper class and grants financial benefits to the lower class.
Treating people differently under law because of the money on their bank accounts makes the gap between rich and poor larger.
The way you phrased your premise makes it sound like the rich would somehow be treated differently in legal situations. The only antibenefit the rich would receive in a socialist state would be having to pay more in taxes.
Aiming for more equal incomes through state intervention necessarily leads to a reduction in national income and therefore average income.
Socialism assumes that the marginal utility of income to a poor person is greater than that to a rich person.
it is possible that the value of a rich person is currently overvalued and a poor person undervalued
The common definition of socialism (abolition of private property combined with worker control of the means of production) is by its very nature more egalitarian than the alternatives.
it does it by making everyone equally poor