October 3, 2016
“The Gray Yenta” has been making the TV rounds with their “bombshell” October surprise: Donald Trump’s accountants use existing tax write-offs. According to the report, Trump lost $916 million dollars in 1995, which the New York Talmudic Times speculates (out of whole cloth) could theoretically have been written off against subsequent decades of tax liabilities. They don’t expound on how they know this, since Trump’s fortune has grown exponentially since then, and they also don’t bother to articulate why we should give a crap? The media has been harping on Trump’s financial problems in the 1990’s for more than a year now, to no success, and when it comes to paying taxes, who would pay taxes they could legally avoid like Trump may have?
This fabricated controversy doesn’t work because nobody actually wants to elect Trump because he’s a successful businessman, except maybe a minority of cuckservatives who think making a lot of money qualifies you for public office. While a lot of every day folks might feel pressured to tell pollsters they like Trump because he’s a billionaire, on the inside most want Trump because he’s fighting back against policies of the Judeocratic machine enforced through fear, like political correctness and non-white immigration. They like seeing the bullies, like the once-cackling hyenas that work at publications like the Times, get bullied back for a change.
The real question here is just how did the Times get their hands on this document? According to professional distorter and stereotypical kooky looking liberal Susanne Craig, the document many NGOs and mass media corporations have put a handsome backroom bounty on magically appeared in her mailbox one day. But in the story on her finding, one can get some hints as to who this “anonymous source” Craig refuses to name might be:
We were initially thrown off by a quirk in the records noticed by Megan: On the line on which Mr. Trump had reported his huge loss — of $915,729,293 — the first two digits did not line up with the next seven. Could the document have been doctored?
We hired tax experts to guide us through the math. We researched the 1995 tax code. We reached out to anyone who might have viewed Mr. Trump’s records during that period.
But the breakthrough came when David traveled to Florida and tracked down (((Jack Mitnick))), the semiretired accountant who had prepared and signed Mr. Trump’s tax returns.
Mr. Mitnick was initially reluctant to talk, but he eventually agreed to meet David in a bagel shop.
Other newspapers reporting on Mitnick have claimed that this 80 year old vampire refuses to say much about his stint with the Trump Organization, but obviously he’s interested enough to meet with the Times to help corroborate their story with privileged information. It’s hard to fault Trump for employing Jewish accountants in New York City, but if the NY Times can speculate on what taxes Trump has paid since 1995 without any proof, I can safely speculate that perhaps the culprit for the missing hens may be one of the foxes guarding the chicken coop.
Never the less, this is a real desperate move by the Judenpress that implies that they know Trump is winning. According to federal law, merely publishing undisclosed tax returns is a felony :
It shall be unlawful for any person to whom any return or return information (as defined in section 6103(b)) is disclosed in a manner unauthorized by this title thereafter willfully to print or publish in any manner not provided by law any such return or return information. Any violation of this paragraph shall be a felony punishable by a fine in any amount not exceeding $5,000, or imprisonment of not more than 5 years, or both, together with the costs of prosecution
Will they be prosecuted? No. Jews are above the law, but Trump should drag them into court anyway as he has vowed to do.
There’s no doubt that our tax system is broken and full of loopholes that protect the wealthy, but that isn’t Donald Trump’s fault, it’s the system the New York Times lies and cheats to uphold.
And how many taxes does the New York Times pay? None, at least not in 2014. But living in a glass tower has never stopped these slimy miscreants from throwing their stones.