Trump tax return tactics turn litigious in latest legislative leap


It should be readily apparent to any and all Americans that the democrats are simply out to get Donald Trump.

This is a carte blanche “resistance” – the sort of blanketing opposition that judges a man not on his heart, soul, or accomplishments, but rather on his identity.  The left was furious, incensed, and flabbergasted by Trump’s electoral evisceration of Hillary Clinton in 2016 and vowed, then and there, that they wouldn’t rest until they had delegitimized the President of the United States for all the world to see.

Great logic, huh?

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One avenue of constant travel by these desperate democrats are attempts to pry into the President’s personal finances, for no reason other than to discover some possible scandal with which to wage war against the White House.

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Today, these lunatic legislators turned litigious in their quest for the President’s paystubs.

Congressional Democrats are suing the Trump administration over its refusal to hand over copies of the president’s personal tax returns.

The administration’s refusal to provide the documents represents “an extraordinary attack on the authority of Congress to obtain information needed to conduct oversight of Treasury, the IRS, and the tax laws on behalf of the American people,” the House Committee on Ways and Means told a federal court on Tuesday.

Democratic lawmakers puffed out their chests heartily on Tuesday.

“This long-overdue legal action is needed to keep this bad president from setting a bad precedent,” Ways and Means member Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas) said Tuesday. “It should not take a court order to affirm that ‘shall’ means ‘shall.’ But Trump will do what it takes to delay the inevitable, hiding his tax returns as long as he can.”

The news comes just days ahead of congressional testimony by Robert Mueller; a spectacle that will aim to deride Donald Trump while conjuring intangible and unverifiable claims of a wider conspiracy.

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