The looney libs thought they finally had Trump in their snares. They were so giddy.
Their poster boy, errrrr sorry, poster girl, Rachel Maddow tripped all over herself announcing she “had Trump’s tax returns!”
It turns out she had his 2005 tax return and it also looks like Trump may have leaked them himself to masterfully troll Maddow! And she fell for it hook, line and sinker! Trump is the master, don’t EVER forget it!
Why would he do that? Because the returns show he made $150 million that year and paid $40 million in taxes! So Maddow just did Trump’s work for him, shouting to the world how successful Trump is and how much tax he paid! OOPS!
But here’s more!
The story just went from bad to worse for Maddow and her buddies at MSNBC, because all this talk about taxes got people to start investigating the MSNBC crew. And guess what they found? The real tax avoiders and tax dodger and flat out tax non-payers live at MSNBC. At least six of them have been discovered so far!
Take a look, here’s the scoop, from ZeroHedge:
MSNBC’s hosts have a tax problem.
MSNBC declined to comment, and none of the current or former tax debtors responded to requests for interviews sent through an MSNBC spokesperson.
The Rev. Al Sharpton — MSNBC’s Sunday morning host — easily comes in first place when it comes to “issues” with the taxman. He and his various entities—including several dissolved by New York for failure to pay taxes—currently owe about $1.5 million in state and federal taxes, interest and penalties, according to public records.
It’s a staggering sum, but down substantially from the $4.5 million in outstanding tax liens tallied by the New York Times two years ago. Sharpton has repeatedly said he’s worked out agreements with authorities to settle his tax debt, and a source close to him says he’s been paying it down aggressively, aware of how it may affect his legacy. The reverend has repeatedly called publicly for the wealthy to pay their fair share of taxes.
Several other prominent MSNBC talking heads have settled their tax debt only after liens were filed.
In January 2016, New York filed a lien for more than $2,500 in back taxes against MSNBC daytime anchor Craig Melvin, which he didn’t settle until the final weeks of the year.