If Democrats win even one chamber of congress they are definitely planning to access Trump’s tax returns.

By |2018-09-29T14:17:08-08:00September 30th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |1 Comment

Now we’re talking.

Courtesy of Politico

The years-old mystery of what’s in President Donald Trump’s tax returns will likely quickly unravel if Democrats win control of at least one chamber of Congress.

Democrats, especially in the House, are quietly planning on using an obscure law that will enable them to examine the president’s tax filings without his permission.

The nearly 100-year-old statute allows the chairmen of Congress’ tax committees to look at anyone’s returns, and Democrats say they intend to use that power to help answer a long list of questions about Trump’s finances. Many also want to use it to make public confidential information about Trump’s taxes that he’s steadfastly refused to release.

“Probably the approach would be to get all of it, review it and, depending on what that shows, release all or part of it,” said Rep. Lloyd Doggett, the No. 4 Democrat on the Ways and Means Committee.

That could bring a swift end to the long-running battle over Trump’s returns, while generating loads of fodder for what promises to be an array of investigations into the administration if Democrats win power.

I actually don’t need any more incentives to vote, but if I did this would be more than enough.

I am dying to see what Trump has worked so hard to keep hidden from the public, and can only imagine the investigations that it will inspire. 

No wonder Trump is trying to fill the courts with as many of his people as possible.

Once all the investigations start he is going to need an army of judges and Supreme Court justices to help keep his ass out of jail. 

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One Comment

  1. Anonymous October 2, 2018 at 3:32 pm

    The NYT reports Trump committed tax fraud based on Fred Trump’s tax returns and those of his companies, partnerships and trusts.

    Why is this significant and why are they moving so fast to confirm Kavanaughty? Because an upcoming case before SCOTUS might extend the powers of the president beyond just Federal but to states as well. What would it mean if Trump could pardon state felonies too?

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